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Supported Countries

We offer IBAN calculations for all countries listed below.

The reliability of our calculations depends on the availability of data (bank codes, account number validation algorithms) we have about the various countries. In this table, an overview is given for every country.

You can take out a subscription for the BIC and bank code data.

Move the mouse pointer over any country to make the map zoomable (with the mouse wheel) and draggable (left mouse button).


Orange: supported by our web service.
Dark blue: SEPA country without complete support by our web service.
Medium blue: IBAN country (not SEPA), not yet completely supported by us.
Light blue: Partial IBAN country, not yet completely supported by us.

Country domestic account number validation? bank code validation? BICs available?
no yes yes¹
Albania no yes yes¹
Andorra no yes yes¹
Austria yes yes yes¹
Belarus no yes yes¹
Belgium yes yes yes¹
Bosnia and Herzegovina yes yes yes¹
Bulgaria no yes yes¹
Croatia yes yes yes¹
Cyprus no yes yes¹
Czech Republic yes yes yes¹
Denmark no yes yes¹
Egypt no yes yes¹
Estonia yes yes yes¹
Finland yes yes yes¹
France yes yes yes¹
Georgia no yes yes¹
Germany yes yes yes¹
Hungary yes yes yes¹
Iceland no yes yes¹
Ireland yes yes yes³
Israel no yes yes¹
Italy yes yes yes³
Jordan no yes yes¹
Kazakhstan no yes yes¹
Kosovo yes yes yes¹
Latvia no yes yes¹
Lebanon no yes yes¹
Liechtenstein yes yes yes¹
Lithuania no yes yes¹
Luxembourg no yes yes¹
Malta no yes yes¹
Moldova no yes yes¹
Monaco yes yes yes¹
Netherlands yes no yes
Norway yes yes yes¹
Poland no yes yes²
Portugal yes yes yes³
Romania no yes yes¹
San Marino yes yes yes³
Serbia yes yes yes¹
Slovakia yes yes yes¹
Slovenia yes yes yes¹
Spain yes yes yes¹
Sweden yes yes yes¹
Switzerland yes yes yes¹
Turkey no yes yes¹
United Arab Emirates no yes yes¹
United Kingdom yes yes yes¹

¹ These BICs are regularly copied from an official directory (usually from the national bank). If a BIC is defined for some bank code, we will return this one unique BIC.

² These BICs are also regularly copied from an official directory. However, there are bank codes for which more than one BIC is defined. In such a case, we return all possible BIC candidates, so you might have to figure out which one is the correct one.

³ These BICs are regularly updated by combining two official directories, one with BICs and bank names, and another one with bank names and bank codes. We join these directories based on the bank names. Some occasional errors might occur as a result due to naming inconsistencies. Also, the BICs are not always unique, and you might need to determine which one out of several candidates is correct.

Whenever we return several BIC candidates, we always first return short ones (with 8 instead of 11 significant digits). Usually these shorter BICs are good candidates.