Security Bank SWIFT Code

by Gil on May 25, 2017

What is the SWIFT code of Security Bank Philippines? It is an important information when you are going to send remittance to the Philippines from your current place of work.

SWIFT code is unique for each bank. It means no two banks have the same code. It is an identifier of the bank so that transfer of money will be easier from one bank to another.

If you are searching for the SWIFT code of Security Bank (Philippines), it is:



When sending money to the Philippines from abroad, most likely you will do it using wire or telepgraphic transfer. You must visit a bank that can do this. In addition, you beneficiary should have an active Security Bank that still can be used for depositing and withdrawing money.

First and foremost, you must write your beneficiary’s name and address in the telegraphic form. Then, write in the form the bank’s name and bank’s address of your beneficiary, his or her account name and number, the amount of money to be sent and SWIFT code.

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