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Guide to international SWIFT bank transfers to your Revolut account

What details do I need to provide the sender?

Your name ('beneficiary'), IBAN and BIC (to find this, tap the flag icon on your account screen).

Additional details: In some cases, banks request additional details such as 'Receiving bank details' and 'Correspondent bank details'.

For 'Receiving bank details' share the following:

Revolut Ltd, 7 Westferry Circus, Canary Wharf, London, England, E14 4HD

For 'Correspondent bank details' share the following, depending on the source currency:

For GBP share 1) Bank: Barclays 2) Sort code: 20-00-00

For USD share 1) Bank: JPMorgan 2) Routing number: 021000021

For AUD, NZD share 1) Bank: JPMorgan 2) BIC: CHASGB2L

For all other source currencies share 1) Bank: Barclays 2) BIC: BARCGB22

How long will the transfer take to reach me?

Up to 3 working days. In some cases, it can take longer as some banks don't process payments on weekends, some are obliged to run checks on payments, while others may use multiple intermediaries which further delay payment processing.

Any other tips while making international SWIFT transfers?

To avoid other banks' intermediary fees, ask the sender to make transfers using the 'OUR'/ receiver fees option, if available.

If the sending or correspondent bank uses incorrect or insufficient account details, the payment may be rejected without reaching Revolut – please be sure to provide accurate details from the 'SWIFT' tab.

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