IBAN calculator

To make an IBAN, banks combine local account details into one string of characters. This means you can calculate an IBAN using these account details.

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Fill in the account details, and we’ll calculate the IBAN for you.

3 things you need to know about IBANs

1

IBANs help banks send money to the right place

An IBAN is a set of letters and numbers that represent an individual bank account. They help banks to process international transfers.

2

It should be easy to find the right IBAN to use.

You can find everything you need by logging into your statement, or using the tools on this site.

3

You can get your own free IBAN with TransferWise.

TransferWise gives you your own European IBAN, along with bank details for the UK, US, Australia, New Zealand and more.

Where to find your IBAN

Where to find your IBAN

It's important that you use the right IBAN when sending money. If you get it wrong, your bank might send your money to the wrong destination, or it may charge you for an invalid payment.

You can usually find your IBAN by logging into your online banking, or checking your bank statement. You can also use the tools on this site.

It's important to remember that an IBAN being in the right format isn't guarantee that it exists. Or that it's the right IBAN for a particular account. You should always check it with your recipient or bank before sending or receiving a payment.

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