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State wise list of Bnp Paribas IFSC code, MICR code and addresses of all branches in India
(used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
|MICR Code||MICR not provided.|
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When transferring money using electronic fund transfer, you will need the IFSC and MICR codes of the recipient’s bank branch. IFSC or Indian Financial System Code is a unique code representing the bank branch. It is an alpha-numeric code where the last five digits represents the branch name of the bank.
For Example: If the IFSC code of the Delhi branch of BNP Paribas is ‘BNPA0009065’, the first 4 alphabets stand for the bank’s name, the 5th digit is zero and the last six digits is code for the branch name, in this case ‘Delhi’.
You can search for the IFSC and MICR codes of the BNP Paribas Bank in the following ways:
You can make the selection by either choosing from the drop-down list or the list given below, for each field. Once all tabs are entered, the output displays the IFSC, MICR codes, along with the branch’s address and phone number.
Customers of BNP Paribas Bank can transfer money efficiently and safely via two modes of electronic fund transfer – NEFT and RTGS. Both NEFT and RTGS require the use of IFSC and MICR codes as they help in identifying the recipient bank branch and enabling a smooth and error-free fund transfer.
NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer):
BNP Paribas customers can send money from their bank accounts through NEFT to other accounts of the same bank or other beneficiary branch at any time. NEFT is a reliable money transfer system which is settled by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in fixed batches, known as the DNS (Deferred Net Settlement) basis. The fund transfer takes place either on the same day or next.
RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement):
RTGS is a real-time fund transfer system where each transaction is carried out individually. This transfer of fund is a safe and irrevocable process as it is carried out in the books of RBI. RTGS is preferred for high value transactions. It is also the quickest electronic mode of fund transfer. In this process, the beneficiary bank receives credit almost as soon as the payment is requested.
BNP Paribas, one of India’s top corporate banks, was established in 1860 in the country. Spanning its branches in eight important cities, namely Kolkata, Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune and Ahmedabad, the bank continues to extend its services through investment solutions, retail banking, corporate and institutional banking.