IBAN - International Bank Account Number
Information about IBAN are from ECBS (European Committee for Banking Standards). IBAN is an ISO standard (ISO 13616: 1997).
The IBAN is composed of the Country Code (ISO 3166), a 2-digit checksum and the Basic Bank Account Number (BBAN, ISO 13616).
The BBAN consists of a Bank/Branch Code and the Account Number, both with optional check digits. The exact structure is country specific. See the format table below for details.
To create an IBAN you must first choose the country from the selection bar and type the Bank/Branch Code and the Account Number in the input fields. If you then press the "Create IBAN" button the IBAN appears in the IBAN field.
To check an IBAN you have to type it in the IBAN input field and press the "Check IBAN" button. If it is valid the country, the Bank/Branch Code and the Account Number appears in the corresponding fields.
If any input is invalid a message box appears and the destination fields of the action are cleared.
For examples of International Bank Account Numbers see the examples table below. There is one example for each country.
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