Do Russian banks have IBAN numbers? Sberbank, VTB, Gazprombank, Tinkoff

By | 05/16/2018

IBAN code is not used in Russia, the account number includes only numeric characters. All banks in Russia have a SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications). You should know SWIFT of bank (Sberbank, VTB, Gazprombank, Tinkoff, Unicredit Russia, Promsvyazbank, Rosbank, Alfa bank) to send or receive money via a bank wire transfer.


Top Russian private banks are: Bank Otkritie, Alfa-Bank, Raiffeisen bank, Promsvyazbank, Credit Bank of Moscow, UniCredit, B&N Bank, Rosbank, BM-Bank, ROST BANK, Russian Standard Bank.

2 thoughts on “Do Russian banks have IBAN numbers? Sberbank, VTB, Gazprombank, Tinkoff

  1. Rasel

    To transfer an International payment from europe in euro currency
    To Russian company . Do i need account holder name +account number +swift code even though its company account
    Normally company account do not have account holder name only they do have beneficiary company name may be.
    Please let me know that account holder name is needed even though its company account.

    Reply
    1. Andrew Post author

      Hi Rasel,

      Contact this Russian company and they will send you payment details.

      Reply

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