A Bank State Branch (BSB) number is the name used in Australia for a
bank code, which is a branch identifier.
BSB is used as an identifier consisting of a six digit numerical code
that identifies an individual branch of an Australian financial
The BSB is normally used in association with the bank account number.
For international transfers a SWIFT identifier is used in addition to
the BSB identifier and a bank account number.
The BSB number is made up of three parts:
The first two numbers (AA) specify the financial
The third number (B) indicates the state where the
branch is located.
The last three numbers (CCC) are the unique
identifier for a branch.
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