International account numbers are necessary to improve the efficiency of SWIFT payments. The use of IBAN reduces delays in payments and helps to simplify and reduce the cost of settlements with other countries.
How to get an IBAN code?
You can request a code if you are a bank customer in the IBAN region or use the online IBAN calculator, which automatically calculates the IBAN account number.
How does the IBAN calculator work?
The official IBAN Calculator is a special software designed to convert internal bank codes and account numbers into an International Bank Account Number (IBAN).
Easy and clear to use.
Just three steps - everything is simple!
- Select a country
- Enter the Bank Code
- Enter the bank account number
Your IBAN will look like this in accordance with the requirements of ISO 13616.
The number of characters in IBAN varies from country to country. The maximum IBAN size can be up to 34 alphanumeric characters.
It is important that the correct IBAN number is used when sending money. If you enter the wrong code, your bank may send money to the wrong recipient, or charge you for an invalid payment.