What is a bank sort code?
What is a sort code.
A sort code (which you might also hear called a ‘branch sort code’) is the other key number you need.
It’s a 6-digit number that identifies the branch of your bank where your account is held.
The digits are typically grouped in pairs..
How do I find my bank sort code?
– Find the three pairs of numbers, separated by dashes, immediately to the left of your bank account number. This is your bank sorting code.
Where can I find my sort code Bank of Ireland?
A Republic of Ireland IBAN is made up of 22 characters. The middle 6 digits are the Sort Code of the beneficiary bank and the last 8 digits are the Account Number.
What is a bank sort code South Africa?
A BSB (Bank State Branch) number is a 6 digit sort code used by Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. It should be included in the ‘Account holding branch’ field when making a payment on Bankline.