## How many digits is a BNZ bank account number?

16 digits

BNZ domestic account and credit card numbers can be 15 or 16 digits long depending on the suffix length, with the extra digit being a padded left hand zero. An account ending in suffix 25 can also be represented as 025.

### What is my bank account number BNZ?

Your account number is displayed on your account statement. Your foreign currency account number is displayed on your account statement.

#### How is a BNZ account number structure?

Account numbers are generally presented in the format: BB-bbbb-AAAAAAA-SSS. where B is the bank number (2 digits), b is the branch number (4 digits), A is the account number (7 digits) and S are digits of the suffix (2 or 3 digits).

**What is the format of bank account number?**

Account number length varies from 9 digits to 18 digits. Most of the banks (67 out of 78) have included branch code as part of the account number structure. Some banks have product code as part of the account number structure. 40 out of 78 banks do not have check digit as part of the account number structure.

**What is the bank code for BNZ?**

BKNZNZ22

The SWIFT BIC code for Bank of New Zealand is: BKNZNZ22. This should be used whenever funds are sent from overseas to BNZ bank accounts.

## What is BNZ BSB number?

NZ accounts don’t have BSB numbers like Australian banks do. You are right that the nearest equivalent is the first 6 digits of your account number (bank and branch “02nnnn”). To send money to NZ from offshore he is best to provide BNZ’s BIC SWIFT code which is BKNZNZ22.

### Can a bank account number be 14 digits?

Your Member Number identifies your membership as a whole, while an Account Number is a unique 14-digit number assigned to a specific account. Each account type (checking, savings, loan) will have a different Account Number.

#### Do NZ bank accounts have BSB numbers?

Put simply, New Zealand doesn’t use BSB numbers. Instead, they have 16-digit account numbers (XXXXXX YYYYYYY ZZZ) that are used to identify individual accounts. The first six digits is the bank code, which is used to identify both the bank and the individual branch.

**Which bank has 13-digit account number?**

Canara bank

Canara bank follows 4+3+6 format for the 13-digit account number.

**What is 16 digit account number?**

Its 16 digit bank account number is a unique identity which denotes some key information like branch code and account type. At times, you may have to provide this 16-digit account number to execute various banking transactions.

## How many digits is a bank account number in NZ?

a prefix representing the bank and branch (six digits), otherwise known as the Bank code; the body (seven digits); and the suffix representing the product/account type (two or three digits). While the New Zealand format is similar to Australia’s Bank State Branch, the two systems are not interchangeable.

### What is the clearing code for my payment into BNZ?

If you’re asked to provide a clearing code for your payment into BNZ, please use: NZ02nnnn — where nnnn is your four-digit branch number for your domestic account number (see domestic account number formats above) and NZ021000 for all foreign currency accounts.

Format of account numbers Account numbers are generally presented in the format: BB-bbbb-AAAAAAA-SSS where B is the bank number (2 digits), b is the branch number (4 digits), A is the account number (7 digits) and S are digits of the suffix (2 or 3 digits).

#### Which bank in New Zealand is bknznz22?

Your bank’s details. Bank of New Zealand. Wellington. New Zealand. SWIFT BIC code: BKNZNZ22. If you’re asked to provide a clearing code for your payment into BNZ, please use: 02nnnn – where nnnn is your four digit branch number (see domestic account number formats below).