What information do I need to provide an overseas bank or to someone else who wants to send an International Money Transfer to my ASB account?
A deposit into your ASB bank account can be made from anywhere in the world provided the sender has the right information. You will need to provide the following:
This should be your full name as shown on your ASB account.
Your full account number. For example, your ASB NZD account is formatted like this, 12-3XXX-XXXXXXX-XX, while your ASB Foreign Currency Account is in this format, 2XXXXXXX-CCY-XX.
If an IBAN (International Bank Account Number) is requested provide your full ASB account number, as above.
If a BSB or Sort Code is requested please provide the first six digits of your full bank account number – these represent the bank and branch codes, i.e. 12-3xxx
ASB’s SWIFT code is ASBBNZ2A. This is used to identify that ASB is your bank and is sometimes referred to as a Bank Identifier Code (BIC)
Beneficiary Bank Address
ASB Bank Limited, 12 Jellicoe Street, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
Please note: ASBs fee for receiving an inbound IMT directly to an NZD account is $15* (no charge for a transfer to a Foreign Currency Account).
*May be subject to fees imposed by other banks.
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