Universal Branch Codes
Banking in South Africa is not so hard even when you want to do it on your own. This is all thanks to the Universal Branch Codes allocated to banks. This makes it easier for customers to carry out transactions on their own.
Where To Find Branch Codes
A Branch Code is simply a code that tells the area in which a bank is located. You can also called it a unique number allocated to every branch of a particular bank. Also, a Universal Branch Code is a user-friendly code that offers a single code for all the branches of a bank. It can also be referred to as a Generic Branch Code.
The Use Of Brand Codes
The UBC comes in handy when doing online transactions in Mzansi. The codes make it easier even when your want to either carry out telephone banking or internet banking.
Check out the list of each Banks Universal Branch Code below.
UNIVERSAL BRANCH CODES
|Bank of Athens||410506|
|Cape of Good Hope (NED)||101609|
|FirstRand Bank Ltd||201419|
|FNB / First National Bank||250655|
|Grindrod Bank Limited||223626|
|Mercantile Bank Limited||450905|
|Merchantile Bank Limited||450105|
|Nedbank Corporate Saver||720026|
|Rand Merchant Bank||261251|
|RMB Private Bank||222026|
|SA Post Bank (Post Office)||460005|
|Std Bank / Standard Bank of SA||51001|