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    Default POSB swift code

    Hi, I am receiving an amount of money from overseas and it's my first time. Now, the problem is that I have no idea what the swift code is. I tried searching and some said DBSSGSG. While some say you gotta add a 7171. So what is the correct swift code?

    TIA!

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    Default Re: POSB swift code

    Quote Originally Posted by lamergod View Post
    Hi, I am receiving an amount of money from overseas and it's my first time. Now, the problem is that I have no idea what the swift code is. I tried searching and some said DBSSGSG. While some say you gotta add a 7171. So what is the correct swift code?

    TIA!
    SWIFT code is only letters......the number is bank code (4 digits) and branch code is 3 digits

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    Default Re: POSB swift code

    In Europe SWIFT code is now called BIC (Bank Identifier Code)

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    Default Re: POSB swift code

    It's from Hong Kong. So I believe it should be the DBSSGSG?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamergod View Post
    It's from Hong Kong. So I believe it should be the DBSSGSG?
    Yes, DBSSGSG is swift code for POSB, same as DBS

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