31st August 2020, Kathmandu
Agricultural Development Bank was established in 1968 AD, under the ADBN Act 1967. The main objective of the establishment of this bank was to provide institutional credit for enhancing the production and productivity of the agricultural sector of Nepal. The bank also started providing commercial services from 1984. The bank has a 51% share of the government and a 49% share of the general public. The slogan of tha bank is ‘Sampurna Banking Suvidha sahitko Tapai Hamro Ghar Aanganko Bank” (The bank with complete banking solution at your own doorstep)’.For now, let’s talk about the Swift code of Agricultural Development Bank Limited and discuss it below.
What is SWIFT Code?
Swift Code, also known as BIC[Bank Identifier Code] is the international code given to the banks so that they can be identified worldwide. The major use of SWIFT code is when you want to send/transfer money internationally.
FORMAT OF SWIFT CODE:
The SWIFT code can either have 8 or 11 characters.
AAAA BB CC (123)
Here, the first 4 characters mean the Bank’s name, the next 2 characters represent the country, the next 2 characters stand for the city where the bank is located. The last 3 characters represent the branch which is optional.
Swift code of Agricultural Development Bank:
Swift Code: ADBLNPKA
Head Office: Ramshahpath, Kathmandu
For any sort of queries, please visit the bank’s website by clicking here. Similarly, any branches of the bank throughout the country will address your inconvenience if any.