An IBAN – International Bank Account Number – is used for identifying a specific bank account for international money transfers and transactions.
How do I find out my account number in to IBAN?
Each state or country independently establishes the structure of the IBAN account number in accordance with the requirements of the ISO 13616 standard. It consists of a country code, a control category, a bank code and an account number.
he maximum IBAN size can be up to 34 alphanumeric characters.
They are conventionally divided into two groups.
The first is the country code, control number and bank code.
The second group of symbols is the bank customer's account number.
The number of characters in the bank account varies from country to country.
Examples for different countries:
Germany: account number - 0532013000
France: account number- 0000157841Z
United Kingdom: account number - 38290008
Where else to find your account number
How to find your account is a straigh forward.
Simlpy ask your bank to provide account details:
• using an Internet banking program or a mobile application.
• looking in bank terminals or ATMs, IBAN's can usually be found in the menu associated with details or additional services
• call the bank's support service
• go into a bank branch
How to understand if you have the proper IBAN? If you would like to verify the validity of the IBAN you have been given, you'll be able to use an IBAN checker.