Ocbc Bank (Malaysia) Berhad SWIFT code in Malaysia


OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad BIC / SWIFT code details

Sending or receiving money from abroad to OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad in Malaysia? Find the right BIC / SWIFT code in the following paragraph. Please remember to always confirm the correct code with the bank or recipient before sending any money.

OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad Branches’ SWIFT Codes

  • OCBC SWIFT code Kuala Lumpur (Head Office) –  OCBCMYKLXXX (11 characters) / OCBCMYKL (8 characters)

There is ONLY ONE main OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad SWIFT codes in Malaysia, no matter you are in Sri Petaling, Selangor, Penang or any states in Malaysia, you should either use the OCBCMYKLXXX (11 Characters) or OCBCMYKL (8 Characters).

OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad


Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation, Limited (SGX: O39) (Simplified Chinese: 华侨银行有限公司), abbreviated as OCBC Bank (华侨银行), is a multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in OCBC Centre, Singapore. OCBC Bank was born out of the Great Depression through the consolidation of three banks in 1932 – the Chinese Commercial Bank Limited (incorporated in 1912), the Ho Hong Bank Limited (incorporated in 1917) and the Oversea-Chinese Bank Limited (incorporated in 1919). OCBC Bank has assets of more than S$454.9 billion, making it the second largest bank in Southeast Asia by assets and among the larger banks in Asia-Pacific. It is also one of the world’s most highly-rated banks, with an Aa1 rating from Moody’s and AA- rating from Standard & Poor’s. OCBC Bank is consistently ranked amongst the top 5 Safest Banks in the world by Global Finance MagazineThe bank’s global network has grown to comprise more than 570 branches and representative offices in 18 countries and regions. These include over 320 branches and offices in Indonesia under subsidiary Bank OCBC NISP, and more than 100 branches and offices in Hong Kong, China and Macao under OCBC Wing Hang Bank. OCBC Bank is Singapore’s oldest bank.

The Asian Banker named OCBC Bank Singapore’s strongest bank for 2018-2019, and the 5th strongest in Asia-Pacific.

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