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BDO SWIFT CODE and company name

BDO Unibank Inc. uses a SWIFT code (BNORPHMM) instead of a sort IFSC Code for remittance transactions from international banks or remittance centers. The SWIFT Code is a standard format of a Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and it is unique identification code for a particular bank. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers.

For sending a remittance from foreign banks with remittance services, all you need is the SWIFT Code, BDO account number, and account name. Kindly follow the format below.

For the account of Banco de Oro Universal Bank, Manila, Philippines
SWIFT Code / Bank Identification Code (BIC) : BNORPHMM
In favor of: (Your Account Name and 12 digit Account Number with BDO)

If your account number shows only 10 digits, you may add 00 (for Peso accounts) or 10 (for Dollar accounts) to complete the required 12 digit account number.

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