SORT Codes For Banks in United Kingdom(UK) - UK Banks
Updated: 3 weeks ago - The sort code in UK is a six-digit number, which is formatted as three pairs of numbers, i.e. 23-34-45. Sort code identifies both the bank and the branch where the account is held.In few cases, the initial first digit of the sort code reperesent the bank itself and in other cases the initial 2 digits identify the bank.
Keywords: internet banking, rtgs, sort code finder, sort code, ecs, location, neft, bank branch name, routing number canada, bank phone