Brazil IBAN Format Example

An IBAN consists of a two-letter country code, two check digits and a Basic Bank Account Number (BBAN). A BBAN includes information about the domestic bank and account number. The IBAN print format adds one space after every four characters whereas the electronic format contains no spaces.

IBAN BR97 0036 0305 0000 1000 9795 493P 1
ISO Country CodeBR (Brazil)
IBAN Check Digits97
BBAN 0036 0305 0000 1000 9795 493P 1
Bank Identifier00360305
Branch Identifier00001
Account Number0009795493
Account typeP
Owner account number1
SEPA MemberNo
This is an example Brazilian IBAN. The country code for Brazil is BR. The IBAN check digits 97 validate the routing destination and account number combination in this IBAN. The BBAN is 0036 0305 0000 1000 9795 493P 1, which contains the country-specific details of the account number. The bank identifier is 00360305, the bank's branch identifier is 00001 and the account number is 0009795493.
Brazil is not a member of the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA).

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