A sort code is a 6 digit number that is usually separated as three separate pairs of double digits (often separated by hyphens) – they are used to identify individual banks and are usually required to send domestic bank transfers.
Often, the first set of double digits represents the bank, e.g. HSBC sort codes typically begin with ’40’. These are followed by an additional 4 numbers that represent the individual branch.
Below you can find a list of all sort codes by individual banking institution in the UK: for each sort code, we provide the bank’s address, opening hours, and contact details.