2I2C ASSET MANAGEMENT SWIFT CODES
Swift codes, sometimes referred to as a BIC code, are used when you want to make an International Wire Transfer. Compared to routing numbers which allow you to make wire transfers domestically, a Swift code is used for making or receiving an international wire transfer. If you want to send or receive money internationally to a bank account held with 2I2C ASSET MANAGEMENT, your bank will ask for the Swift code(s) listed below..
Important: These Swift/BIC codes for 2I2C ASSET MANAGEMENT are used ONLY for International Wire Transfers.
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