IBAN (International Bank Account Number or International Bank Account Number) is a standard international number up to 34 characters long, including numbers and letters, which helps banks make international transfers.
Where to find your IBAN
It is important that the correct IBAN number is used when sending money. If you enter the wrong code, your bank may send money to the wrong recipient, or charge you for an invalid payment.
You can find your IBAN number in Internet banking or on your bank statement. You can also use the tools on this site.
It is important to remember that an IBAN in the correct format does not guarantee that it exists or that it is the correct IBAN for a particular account. Always check the correct IBAN with your recipient or bank before sending or receiving a payment.