You can easily receive a bank wire from a foreign destination into your Fidelity bank account if you know the Fidelity bank SWIFT code. Therefore if you are a Fidelity bank customer you will learn from this writeup – what is the Fidelity bank SWIFT code for every branch in Nigeria
Basically the Fidelity bank SWIFT BIC enables you to easily transfer your funds from any foreign destination into your local bank account. Therefore if you have funds with foreign companies in the USA, Canada, England, France, etc, you can receive those funds through the Fidelity bank SWIFT code.
Financial institutions all over the world are able to send and receive information about financial transactions in a secure, standardized and reliable environment because SWIFT provides a network that enables it.
The meaning of BIC is Bank Identifier Code while SWIFT stands for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications. However, people prefer to use the acronym SWIFT BIC.
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What is fidelity bank swift code
The SWIFT BIC is FIDTNGLA. The code is valid irrespective of the branch or the state where you opened your Fidelity Bank account.
See summary below:
|Company Name||Fidelity Bank Plc.|
|Headquarters||Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria|
People usually ask for the SWIFT BIC of the Fidelity Bank branch near them; especially where they opened an account.
Irrespective of the State in Nigeria you reside such as Edo, Abuja, Lagos, Imo, Benin, Port-Harcourt, Enugu, Kaduna, etc. the SWIFT BIC you can use to receive foreign funds is FIDTNGLA.