State wise list of Barclays Bank IFSC code, MICR code and addresses of all branches in India
(used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
|MICR Code||MICR not provided.|
or Choose State from list below
One of the services that Barclays Bank offers at all of their branches in India is NEFT and RTGS facilities which allows the customers to transfer their money to other bank accounts anywhere in the country. NEFT and RTGS are simple processes that are quick and safe. They need minimal paperwork and involves the use of the IFSC code of the receiver’s bank. The IFSC code (Indian Financial System Code) is an alphanumeric code with 11 characters. Each branch of bank in India in the NEFT/RTGS system is assigned a unique code by the RBI. The first four characters of the 11 characters are alphabets and they represent the bank’s name. In the case of Barclays Bank, this would be ‘BARC’. The fifth character of the IFSC is always zero since it is reserved for future use. The final six characters of IFSC are digits which represent the particular branch.
Finding the IFSC & MICR code for Barclays Bank can be easily done online. The government provides the complete list of banks that participate in NEFT/RTGS along with their IFSC codes online. It can also be found on the official website of Barclays Bank as well as on third party financial websites like BankBazaar. IFSC code is also printed on cheque leaves of cheque book from each branch.
This is how you find the IFSC code for Barclays Bank when you visit BankBazaar:
In the options choose the appropriate options for you. As soon as you do this BankBazaar will generate the IFSC code for the particular branch that you are searching for. It will also provide you with the MICR code, address and contact number for the branch.
Fund transfer hasn’t been the same since the introduction of NEFT and RTGS by the RBI. These services have made transferring money quicker, safer and more convenient. Barclay bank offers both these services to customers. One can transfer funds from any branch of Barclays bank to any account in a bank that is in the NEFT/RTGS network.
National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT):
Any customer of Barclays Bank can make use of the NEFT facility. NEFT settlements are done in batches, which means that once you have requested for a transfer, your money will be sent in the following batch that is being sent out. In the event that you have placed your request after the last batch of the day, your money will be transferred on the following day.
To avail the NEFT facility, customers must submit a request by filling up a form available at any of the branches. They will also have to give the cheques/Debit instruction. Information such as the amount to be transferred, beneficiary’s name, beneficiary's account number and the IFSC code of the Barclays Bank branch where the funds are to be remitted must be provided in the form. You can transfer any amount of money that you would like through the NEFT facility. You may be charged a small amount for the use of this facility. The charge may vary according to the amount to be transferred. Please contact the bank to find out the exact amount that you will be charged. Inward transactions will not be charged.
Real Time Gross Settlement System (RTGS):
In addition to the NEFT facility, Barclays Bank also provides their customers with the RTGS service. RTGS processing takes place individually which means that the processing for transfer will take place as soon as you request for it. RTGS facility is typically used for transferring large amounts of money. There is no upper limit to the amount that you can transfer.
You will need the following information to use RTGS service at Barclays Bank:
Barclays Bank, a British multinational financial services and banking company, is the seventh-largest bank in the world. The bank’s beginning can be dated back to over 300 years; in 1690. It is headquartered in London and has operations in over 50 countries. It also has over 48 million customers around the globe. The bank’s operations are in the realms if retail, wholesale and investment banking. It is also involved in mortgage lending, wealth management and credit cards.
Barclays Bank began its operations in India in 1990 and has since blossomed into one of the best in Corporate Banking & Investment Banking in the country. The bank employs over 12,000 employees in the facets of banking, shared services operations and technology. Barclays has invested an astounding $800million of capital into its bank in India. This amount is one of the largest amounts that any foreign bank has invested in their Indian subsidiaries.