Easy IFSC Code Finder :
State Bank of India (SBI) has been declared as the largest Indian banking and financial services company (by total assets and turnover) by the Reserve Bank of India. SBI is also the 29th most popular and reputed company in the world (per Forbes magazine). We have 131 foreign offices in 32 countries across the globe. With about 25,000 ATMs, 26,500 branches and 99,350 offices across the globe, we surely live by our slogan “With you all the way”.
What is IFSC code SBI?
Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) is an 11 character code (can be alphanumeric) used for identifying the bank and branch with which an account is maintained. IFSC code SBI is used by finance transfer systems.
IFSC code is assigned to all bank branches of SBI. The SBI IFSC code list is available with all IFSC code SBI branches and State Bank of India IFSC code web links.
The main use of IFSC code SBI is that it gives specific identification figure to the IFSC code SBI branches and hence eliminates any confusion as it’s unique for every branch.
The State Bank of India IFSC code looks like SBINXXXXXXX. For SBI IFSC code list, please visit http://www.statebankofindia.com/user.htm.
Where do I find State Bank of India IFSC code for my branch?
So, where can you find the IFSC code SBI branches of the bank? Well, if you have a cheque book of your bank account, you can find State Bank of India IFSC code. You may even check the SBI IFSC code list available on our website.
Benefits of IFSC code SBI
Transfer of funds using the State Bank of India IFSC code on the same day
- No loss or material changes while the amount is in transit
- Interest cost saved
- Easy inter-branch transfer using IFSC code SBI branches.