What is BNS SWIFT code?
THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA JAMAICA LTD
|Swift code (8 characters)||NOSCJMKN|
|Branch name||THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA JAMAICA LTD|
|Branch address||SCOTIABANK CENTRE, DUKE AND PORT ROYAL STREETS|
Where can I find SWIFT code of my bank?
bank account statements
You can usually find your bank’s SWIFT/BIC code in your bank account statements. You also can use our SWIFT/BIC finder to get the right code for your transfer.
What is the Bank of Nova Scotia routing number?
Our ABA number is 026002532. Our institution code is 002. Our SWIFT code is NOSCCATT.
How do I find my wire transfer number?
To find your account number and wire transfer routing number, Log in to Online Banking, select your desired account and then select the Information & Services tab. Fees and limits may apply, depending on your account type and the type of wire.
What is swift routing number?
A SWIFT code consists of eight to 11 alphanumeric identifiers; a routing number consists of nine digits. A SWIFT code is also called a BIC; a routing number is also called an ABA number, a routing transit number — RTN — or a check routing number.
What details do I need for an international bank transfer?
What is Needed for an International Wire Transfer?
- The recipient’s full name and address.
- The amount of the wire transfer.
- Name and address of the recipient’s bank.
- Recipient’s bank account number and account type.
- Recipient’s bank routing number.
- Recipient bank’s SWIFT or BIC code (when applicable)
- Reason for the transfer.
What is my bank’s branch?
If you use online banking, the easiest way to find your bank branch is to log in and go to your account details. This should give you the name of your account, account number, sort code and branch address. Your branch address should also be on any paper statements or letters you’ve received from your bank.
What is the bank of Nova Scotia routing number?