What's an IBAN?

IBAN stands for International Bank Account Number. It is a standardized international numbering system used to identify individual bank accounts around the world.

IBANs are typically 24 characters long and include the following information:

  • Country code (2 characters)

  • Check digits (2 characters)

  • Bank code (up to 8 characters)

  • Branch code (up to 5 characters)

  • Account number (up to 13 characters)

IBANs are required for all international payments made within the European Economic Area (EEA), and are also widely used for international payments to other countries.

In order to find your IBAN, you can check your account details in the web/mobile app.