SWIFT (BIC) code of OTP Bank



Registered office of OTP Bank

Nádor Street 16. Budapest, Hungary H-1051


The uniform International Bank Account Number (IBAN) has been introduced both in the European Union and in other European countries. The use of the IBAN allows for a more precise, faster, more efficient as well as more economical execution of international payment transactions within Europe.

We recommend that you also use the IBAN when making international payment transactions.

If you expect an international FOREX or HUF transfer/credit, please remember to provide the sender with the IBAN of your account and remind your European partners to indicate their international bank account number.

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