MUFG Bank, which is formerly known as The Bank of Tokyo – Mitsubishi UFJ, made presence in Malaysia first in 1957 through its representative office. In 1959, the bank gained banking license as the first bank from Japan that allowed providing full banking services in Malaysia.
MUFG Bank Malaysia was incorporated locally in 1994 under the Malaysian Banking and Financial Institutions Acts provision in 1989. The parent banking company, with the same name, is the largest banking company in Japan and is the fourth largest banking company globally. The Malaysian branch is one of its 76 branches that spread worldwide.
MUFG Bank Malaysia is assigned with unique SWIFT code that’s formatted as BOTKMYKXXXX. You may find this code on your account statement. It is used when global money transfer between different banks in different countries takes place.
BOTK is the MUFG Bank’s code, MY is the Malaysia country’s code, KX is the Kuala Lumpur’s head office location code, with the X as active participant code, and XXX is the identifier code for MUFG Bank branch office. Eight-character code only of BOTKMYKX is what needed if the money is transferred to the bank’s headquarter office.
To transfer the fund to other branch office, read the MUFG Bank Malaysia SWIFT Code list in the following.
|Detailed information about SWIFT Code BOTKMYKX|
|Bank||MUFG BANK (MALAYSIA) BERHAD|
|Address||8 JALAN SULTAN ISMAIL MENARA IMC|
|Branch||MAIN BRANCH - MENARA IMC|
|SWIFT Code BOTKMYKX Breakdown|
|SWIFT Code||BOTKMYKX or BOTKMYKXXXX|
|Bank Code||BOTK - code assigned to MUFG BANK (MALAYSIA) BERHAD|
|Country Code||MY - code belongs to Malaysia|
|Location Code||KX - code represents the institution location|
|Code Status||X - X means active code|
|Branch Code||not assigned or XXX - code indicates this is a head office|