Use this Kiwibank SWIFT code when making deposits into your NZD account.

How it works

A deposit can be made directly into either your 15 digit transaction account or foreign currency account from another bank just about anywhere in the world.

The person sending you the funds will need this information:

  • Account name: The full name of your Kiwibank account
  • Account number: Your NZD account number (your 15 digit transactional account number). Please contact our International Team if you'd like to credit your Foreign Currency Account.
  • Receiving Bank: Kiwibank Limited, Level 9, 20 Customhouse Quay, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand
  • SWIFT code: KIWINZ22

The person sending you the money will need to provide us with the following information:

  • Their Account number: At the sending bank
  • Their full name or their full company name: No initials – everything needs to be spelled out
  • Their full street address or business street address: PO Box numbers are not acceptable

We need this information to comply with Anti-Money Laundering legislation, and cannot credit the money into your account without it.

Extra information

You may be asked to provide extra information, like BSB numbers, sort codes, routing codes or IBAN numbers - these are just different terms used overseas for bank, branch and account numbers. Your full Kiwibank account number starting with ‘38’ includes these details.

What it costs

See our international accounts and services fees.

Download Kiwibank’s Disclosure Statement (PDF 4.2 MB) or pick up a copy at your local Kiwibank.