A Bank State Branch number, or BSB number, is a 6-digit code that represents your bank, state, and branch location. Some banks, like Beyond Bank, use one BSB code for all branches while some banks, like CommBank, have different BSB codes for different branches.
What is my bank BSB number?
What is my BSB and account number? BSB stands for bank, state and branch number. It identifies the bank, branch and state that you opened your account in. Your account number is the identification number associated with your account.
How do I find my BSB code?
You can also locate your BSB number by logging on to your bank account online. Most of the time, this number is located with your individual account number. You can also find your BSB number on your banking statements. Lastly, you can call your bank to confirm your BSB number.
Is BSB the same as branch code?
A Bank State Branch (often referred to as “BSB”) is the name used in Australia for a bank code, which is a branch identifier. The BSB is normally used in association with the account number system used by each financial institution.
How do I find my BSB and account number?
The first six digits make up your BSB (like 306-089) and the next seven digits make up your account number (like 0001234). If you know the store your account was opened at, you can also search for that store’s BSB number.
What is a BSB number Kiwibank?
BSB numbers are used by Australian banks to identify an account’s Bank, State and Branch. In New Zealand these are the first six digits of your full account number (see this summary of our account number structure for more information).
How do I find my BSB and account number commonwealth?
If you’re looking for your own BSB number, you can also find it in your online banking or on your account statements. Always check the BSB number with your bank or recipient.
What does a BSB look like?
The format of the BSB code is XXY-ZZZ. The first two digits (XX) specify the bank or financial institution where the money is being sent. The third digit (Y) tells which state the branch is located in. The last three digits (ZZZ) specify the address of the branch.
Is the BSB part of the account number?
A BSB is a six-digit number that identifies the bank, state and branch you opened your account in. Your account number is the identification number associated with your bank account. To pay or transfer money to someone, you’ll need the recipient’s BSB and Account number.
What is BSB code for Commonwealth bank?
BSB Number for Commonwealth Bank
Is BSB and swift code the same?
The BIC/SWIFT code and BSB Number are both used to identify which bank the recipient holds an account with. The difference is that the BIC/SWIFT code is used when transferring the money internationally and the BSB Number is used when transferring the money domestically in Australia.
Is BSB required for international transfer?
Australian banks don’t use IBANs. Foreign Currency Accounts don’t require a BSB. If the sender requests one the BSB 082-039 can be used.
What happens if you get the BSB wrong?
If you do enter the wrong account or BSB number the payment will be made to the wrong account (unintended recipient). This is known as a mistaken internet payment. The ePayments Code sets out a process that will help consumers get your money back if it has gone to the wrong account.