As one of the largest banks in Malaysia, it is not a weird thing if their customers may need to perform international fund transfer. In this case, oftentimes the customer will be required to provide the SWIFT code of the payee’s account. For your information, a SWIFT code for each bank and financial institution differs one from another.
In general, the code will show you the location of a specific branch. By knowing this code, you can ensure that the transaction is delivered to the correct, specific account holder.
The main format for Public Bank Malaysia SWIFT Code is PBBEMYKL. This code, just like other banks’ SWIFT code, represents the identification (the bank’s name) and the bank’s location itself.
The first four letters represent the bank’s name (Public Bank Berhad), then the country where the bank is located (MY, which stands for Malaysia), and KL which represents the main branch in Kuala Lumpur.
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As a customer, you may wonder why you need to know the SWIFT code. As mentioned above, the data show you the bank’s name and the branch’s location. This will be crucial to know, especially if you are planning to send money to an overseas account.
By placing this code, you can make sure that the fund is transferred to the right place. Placing the wrong code may cause transaction delay or even failure. Here is the list.
|PUBLIC BANK BERHAD - SWIFT Code|
|Bank||PUBLIC BANK BERHAD|
|Address||146 JALAN AMPANG MENARA PUBLIC BANK|
|Branch||KL CITY MAIN OFFICE|
|PUBLIC BANK (L) LTD - SWIFT Code|
|Bank||PUBLIC BANK (L) LTD|
|Address||JALAN MERDEKA FINANCIAL PARK MAIN OFFICE TOWER FLOOR 8|
|Branch Name||SWIFT Code|
|PUBLIC BANK BERHAD - KUALA LUMPUR||PBBEMYKL|
|PUBLIC ISLAMIC BANK BERHAD - KUALA LUMPUR||PUIBMYKL|
|PUBLIC BANK (L) LTD - LABUAN||PBLLMYKA|