What is a SWIFT Code? Why do I need it?
A SWIFT code is a unique international ID code used to identify a particular bank. You might also see it referred to as a Bank Identifier Code (BIC).
SWIFT stands for 'Society of Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications'.
To ensure correct details are used it can be helpful to know the SWIFT code of the beneficiary bank, (ie the bank you are sending money to), when completing your International Money Transfer in FastNet Classic.
The ASB SWIFT Code/BIC is ASBBNZ2A.
FastNet International is required for non-personal accounts where you are creating an IMT from a Foreign Currency Account and / ...
For same day processing, the cut-off time for FastNet Business international money transfers is 3.00 pm New Zealand time. Transactions ...
If I'm making an International Money Transfer, how do I identify the beneficiary bank I wish to transfer funds to?There are two ways to identify the beneficiary bank to which you wish to transfer funds. The first is to ...
Yes, the following limits apply: When transferring from a New Zealand Dollar (NZD) account. During business hours (Monday – Friday ...