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我的認知是在這信用狀的最上頭的 sender: xxxx 就是一般的開狀銀行.但是此封信用狀還秀了一段.
52A: Issuing Bank of the Orig D/C-BIC
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Optionally, a BIC can be extended to an 11 character BIC by adding a branch code.
In order to identify Financial Institutions unambiguously, SWIFT developed the Bank Identifier Code (BIC). The BIC in particular enhances STP in cross-border financial messages. BIC was adopted by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). ISO has appointed SWIFT as the registration authority for the assignment of BICs (ISO 9362) and for the publication of BICs in the BIC Directory.
The anatomy of a BIC
Bank code Country code Location code
The bank code identifies the financial institution, for example BNPA for BNP-Paribas.
The bank code consists of four alphabetic characters. The ISO country code identifies the country in which the financial institution is located, for example FR for France.
The ISO country code consists of two alphabetic characters. The location code, provides geographical distinction within a country, such as a city, state, province or time zone, for example PP for Paris.
The location code consists of two characters that can be alphabetic or numeric.
The BIC is written and printed as an eight-character string without spaces.
Connected and unconnected BICs
BICs identify Financial Institutions regardless of their connectivity to the SWIFT network. However, a BIC that identifies a financial institution not connected to the SWIFT network has the location code ending with the digit “1”, for example KESADEF1. Such BIC is also called a non-SWIFT BIC or a BIC1.
Optionally, a BIC can be extended to an 11 character BIC by adding a branch code.Source(s): http://www.swift.com/