Features

SWIFT or Wire Transfer is one of the convenient ways of remitting funds to India from abroad. Our customers can send money from any part of the world through SWIFT. It is the most popular mode of money transfer in the world. To facilitate remittance through SWIFT, Federal bank has correspondent banking relationship with all major banks in the world.

 

Federal Bank's SWIFT Code  (irrespective of the Beneficiary Bank's branch) is FDRLINBBIBD

 

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Very fast, easy and secure method to transfer money in a foreign currency to India.
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Widely accepted banking system worldwide among banks and financial institutions
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Please see the list of Correspondent Banks for these details . These details are tabulated there, Currency-wise and correspondent-wise.

How it works ?

  • The remitter needs to submit the ‘international money transfer application' for making a remittance from a foreign country to India. 
  • In the ‘International Money Transfer Application', the remitter should provide the details of:
    • Intermediary Bank
    • Intermediary Bank's SWIFT Code
    • Federal Bank's A/c Number
    • Routing Number
    • Federal Bank's SWIFT Code - FDRLINBBIBD
  • Please see the list of Correspondent Banks for these details . These details are tabulated there, Currency-wise and correspondent-wise.
  • The remitter may pick up the details provided in the appropriate table and use the details for filling out the international money transfer application form.

NOTE: Do not submit the ‘domestic money transfer application'. This is because certain details (e.g. Federal Bank's correspondent), which are required for processing an international money transfer, will not be available in the ‘domestic money transfer application'.