Estonia SWIFT Codes

Below you can find the SWIFT codes for Estonia. Each Estonian bank account has one which is used to identify it, and is used for international transfers. Any SWIFT related transfer has international bank fees associated with it.

Format: The format is simple and consists of 11 digits – the first 4 letters represent the bank code in Estonia, the next two letters will always be EE (which stands for Estonia), the next two digits stand for location and then the last 3 digits are the branch code (where XXX stands for the head office). If the SWIFT code you have has only 8 digits, it refers to the bank’s primary office.

SWIFT codes are used globally and are always in the same format.

No.Bank NameCitySwift Code Number
1AS LHV PANKTALLINNLHVBEE22XXX
2AS SEB PANKTALLINNEEUHEE2XXXX
3AS UNICREDIT BANK EESTI FILIAALTALLINNUNCREE22XXX
4BANK DNB NORD A/S ESTONIAN BRANCHTALLINNRIKOEE22XXX
5BIGBANK ASTARTUBIGKEE2TXXX
6MARFIN PANK EESTI ASTALLINNSBMBEE22XXX
7NORDEA BANK FINLAND PLC ESTONIA BRANCHTALLINNNDEAEE2XXXX
8PAREX BANK ESTONIAN BRANCHTALLINNPARXEE2XXXX
9POHJOLA BANK PLC ESTONIAN BRANCHTALLINNOKOYEE2XXXX
10SAMPO PANK (DANSKE BANK A/S ESTONIA BRANCH)TALLINNFOREEE2XXXX
11SVENSKA HANDELSBANKEN (PUBL) ESTONIAN BRANCHTALLINNHANDEE22XXX
12SWEDBANK AS (FORMERLY AS HANSAPANK)TALLINNHABAEE2XXXX
13SWEDBANK AS (FORMERLY AS HANSAPANK)TALLINNHABAEE2XHAM
14TALLINN BUSINESS BANK LTDTALLINNTABUEE22XXX
15THE ESTONIA BRANCH OF BANK SNORASTALLINNSNOREE22XXX

To avoid SWIFT transfer fees on international transfers, please view our dedicated guide for Transferring money between UK and Estonia and Best multicurrency accounts.

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