The bank routing number is a nine-digit identification number assigned to financial institutions and this number identifies the specific financial institution upon which a payment is drawn. This very special unique code is generated with the combination of 3 digits bank code, 2 digits district code, 3 digits branch code and at last 1 check digit. This number is also printed on the bottom-left of your bank cheque pages.
There are total 12 branch routing numbers of Standard Chartered Bank situated in 6 districts in Bangladesh. Here is a list of all routing numbers listed firstly by district names and secondly by branch names alphabetically.
|Districts||Branch Names||Routing No.|
|Chattogram||Chattogram Main Branch||215152143|
|Dhaka||Gulshan North Branch||215261900|
|Dhaka||Kawran Bazar Branch||215262538|
Standard Chartered Bangladesh is the oldest international bank and we pride ourselves not only on our success as an International Bank, but also being best in class and building on a rich history of over 100 years. Today, Standard Chartered Bank is the largest international bank in Bangladesh with 26 Branches & Booths, 97 ATMs and 19 Financial Kiosks; employing over 1,700 people. We are the only foreign bank in the country with presence in 6 cities - Dhaka, Chittagong, Khulna, Sylhet, Bogra and Narayanganj; including the country's only offshore banking units inside Dhaka Export Processing Zone (DEPZ) at Savar and Chittagong Export Processing Zone (CEPZ).
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