2. A Bank Code is a series of numbers used to identify banks from around the world. It can be between 3 and 23 digits depending on the country of the bank and the type of code. It may also be called:
BSB – e.g. Australia and New Zealand (6 digits)
Clearing Code or Branch Code – e.g. Hong Kong (6 digits)
Routing Number – e.g. Canada (9 digits)
BSC (Bank Sort Code) – e.g. United Kingdom (6 digits)
Fedwire/ABA – e.g. United States of America (9 digits)
NCC (National Clearing Code)
3. An International Bank Account Number (IBAN) is used by countries to uniquely identify a person’s bank account. Australian bank accounts don't have an IBAN.