BANK OF JERUSALEM - BROKERAGE SWIFT CODES
Swift codes, sometimes referred to as a BIC code, are specifically used to make international wire transfer payments. While routing numbers in the USA are used for domestic wire transfers, Swift codes are used for incoming international fund transfers. If you want to send or receive money internationally to a bank account held with BANK OF JERUSALEM - BROKERAGE, you will need to provide your bank with the appropriate Swift code below.
Important: BIC codes for BANK OF JERUSALEM - BROKERAGE are used ONLY for International Wire Transfers.
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