UK Bank Sort Code Lookup

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.

 

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