When your business partner who lives abroad plan to make some payment through your AgroBank account number, then there’s one specific detail that you must not forget: SWIFT Code. In general, a SWIFT code is a bank identifier standard format used to identify a particular banking company or branch.
These Code are used when you plan to make a fund transfer or other financial needs to another international or local bank.
The SWIFT code of the Bank Pertanian or AgroBank Malaysia is AGOBMYKL. This 8-digit code is the same for all the AgroBank branches across the country. This code is a vital detail that one has to submit to ensure the success of a domestic or international transaction.
Usually, the code comprises either 8 or 11 characters. The three last digits of the SWIFT code refer to a specific branch.
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While some banking institutions do not require the code of the branch to complete transactions, there are some specific occasions when the three last characters are needed.
This code usually can be located on a bank statement or the online platform of the bank. To help you save time in looking for the correct code, here is the complete list of AgroBank Malaysia SWIFT Code.
|Detailed information about SWIFT Code AGOBMYKL|
|Bank||BANK PERTANIAN MALAYSIA BERHAD-AGROBANK|
|Address||MENARA AGROBANK 1 LEBOH PASAR BESAR|
|SWIFT Code AGOBMYKL Breakdown|
|SWIFT Code||AGOBMYKL or AGOBMYKLXXX|
|Bank Code||AGOB - code assigned to BANK PERTANIAN MALAYSIA BERHAD-AGROBANK|
|Country Code||MY - code belongs to Malaysia|
|Location Code||KL - code represents the institution location|
|Code Status||L - L means active code|
|Branch Code||not assigned or XXX - code indicates this is a head office|
|Branch Name||SWIFT Code|
|AGROBANK - KUALA LUMPUR||AGOBMYKL|