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What is an IBAN?

An International Bank Account Number, or IBAN, is a unique identifier that is used to identify bank accounts in international financial transactions. The IBAN typically consists of a two-letter country code, followed by a two-digit checksum and up to thirty alphanumeric characters that identify the specific bank and account number. The IBAN is used to facilitate the processing of international money transfers, and it can help to ensure that the funds are delivered to the correct bank and account.

This page was last updated on January 3, 2023.