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kayleesmall25
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Anybody know standard bank IBAN number???
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Hi Kayleesmall25,

 

Your IBAN can be found by clicking directly on your account number when you are logged in to your Internet banking.

You can also locate this from your welcome letter / email and from your account statement.

 

Regards,

Standard Bank Team

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AJPS
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I have tried clicking directly on my account number and it just takes me to a summary of my transactions. I cannot find my IBAN anywhere ; it's not on my welcome letter, nor on my Account Statements.

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Hello @AJPS,

 

Please note that we first need to determine if you are sending or receiving money. IBAN numbers are required when sending money to beneficiaries abroad, in this case the IBAN number will be provided directly by the beneficiary, however, when receiving money a Swift code will then have to be provided together with your banking details. The Standard bank swift code is SBZAZAJJ. If a beneficiary is not certain on the IBAN number, he/she can contact their branch to obtain this information. Please visit: http://www.standardbank.co.za/standardbank/Personal/Banking/Foreign-Exchange/Payments-and-transfers/... for more information.

 

Regards,

Mandy

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osca738
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Alloptions still i cant find my IBAN . Please help. need to give someone to send money into my account.


@StandardBankwrote:

Hi Kayleesmall25,

 

Your IBAN can be found by clicking directly on your account number when you are logged in to your Internet banking.

You can also locate this from your welcome letter / email and from your account statement.

 

Regards,

Standard Bank Team


 

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osca738
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Dan1966
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You guys aren't telling the truth. My statement has no such number,  nor does it show on the letter confirming my account. I also don't see it through the app. . .unless I don't know what I'm looking for. 

Judging by similar requests, how can something on routine be so hard  to find?

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Dan1966
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Just called 0860 123 006 and this is what they told me...

Routing number is NOT the same as the IBAN number. The ROUTING number is 051001.

The IBAN no is the same as your account number.

Site admin, could you please confirm this is correct? 

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Lani
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Hello @Lani,

 

Please note that we first need to determine if you are sending or receiving money. IBAN numbers are required when sending money to beneficiaries abroad, in this case the IBAN number will be provided directly by the beneficiary, however, when receiving money a Swift Code will then have to be provided together with your banking details. The Standard bank Swift Code is SBZAZAJJ. If a beneficiary is not certain on the IBAN number, he/she can contact their branch to obtain this information. Please visit: http://www.standardbank.co.za/standardbank/Personal/Banking/Foreign-Exchange/Payments-and-transfers/... for more information.

 

Kind Regards,

Mandy

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MathiasMtonga
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Hi please send me my IBAN number

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Hello @MathiasMtonga,

 

Please note that we first need to determine if you are sending or receiving money. IBAN numbers are required when sending money to beneficiaries abroad, in this case the IBAN number will be provided directly by the beneficiary, however, when receiving money a Swift code will then have to be provided together with your banking details. The Standard bank swift code is SBZAZAJJ. If a beneficiary is not certain on the IBAN number, he/she can contact their branch to obtain this information. Please visit: http://www.standardbank.co.za/standardbank/Personal/Banking/Foreign-Exchange/Payments-and-transfers/... for more information.

 

Kind Regards,

Mandy

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AJPS
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It seems to me that your IBAN number = the Standard Bank Swift code + your bank account number.

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wlens
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Can Somebody from standard bank (Other than Mandy, that just copies and pastes the same useless answer three times) please answer this question? I need to receive money from Spain and they are asking for my IBAN number

 

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Annette2
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Could someone please provide a simple formula of what the IBAN number consists of? Whether we are sending or receiving money should be irrelevant.

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