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Bank requirement - China

SWIFT + Cnaps + Bank account number required

SWIFT

A SWIFT code is a code used to identify the country, bank and branch that an account is registered to. The code can usually be found on a bank's website, your bank statement, or through an online search.

Format : 4 LETTER BANK CODE - 2 LETTER COUNTRY CODE - 2 CHARACTER LOCATION CODE - 4 CHARACTER BRANCH CODE (OPTIONAL)

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Cnaps

China National Automatic Payment System (中国现代化支付系统号). This code is assigned to all banks in China, including foreign banks. The CNAPS code is twelve digits long.

Format : 12 DIGIT CODE - XXXXXXXXXXXX

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Bank account number

Your account number is like an account ID. Account numbers are assigned to indicate exactly where funds in a transaction are coming from and going to. In China, this is usually a 19 digit number, but it may vary from bank to bank.