Sort codes are the domestic bank codes used to route money transfers between financial institutions in the United Kingdom, and historically in the Republic of Ireland. They are six-digit hierarchical numerical addresses that specify clearing banks, clearing systems, regions, large financial institutions, groups of financial institutions and ultimately resolve to individual branches.
Welcome to NatWest Sort Codes. We are your resource to help you find any NatWest sort code in the UK and overseas. Many of the users of this site would like to check 1 or 2 sort codes to either validate a branch location, validate a payment before processing or simply to have a record of every NatWest sort code for their records for future reference as and when it is necessary.
ABSA Bank - 632 005 Bank of Athens - 410 506 Bidvest Bank - 462 005 Capitec Bank - 470 010 FNB - 250655 Investec Private Bank - 580 105 Nedbank - 198 765 SA.
Simply click on the magnifying glass next to the sort code entry box. You can then look up the sort code by entering the bank and branch name or location. If the search does not return the required sort code you should contact your beneficiary for clarification.
The 6-digit sort codes are allocated based on pre-defined criteria to identify the bank, the clearing zone in which a bank branch is located and the branch number of the bank. Consider the sort code 01-02-03.
A SORT Code is a number code, which is used by British and Irish banks. These codes have six digits, and they are divided into three different pairs, such as 12-34-56. These codes, like many other bank codes, are used to identify the location of the bank where the account is held.
Providing payment clearing details for banks and financial institutions participating in UK clearing systems. Users identify the information they need by searching on bank name and branch, sort code or CHAPS Euro BIC code.
A bank sort code, usually represented by a six-digit number, identifies both to the bank and the branch where a bank account is held. In some cases, the first digit of the sort code identifies the bank itself and in other cases the first 2 digits identify the bank. This website provides a quick and easy way to find the sort code of banks in the United Kingdom.