St.George Bank (a division of Westpac Banking Corp) has 355 BSB numbers allocated. To issue a money transfer, the BSB number is used together with the bank account number of the recipient. For international money transfers, a SWIFT code is used together with a BSB Number and Account Number.Where is St George Bank located in NSW?
St.George Bank (a division of Westpac Banking Corp) BSB Number State 112-100 NSW 112-105 NSW 112-112 NSW 112-113 NSW 19 more rows ...What does the BSB stand for in Australia?
BSB stands for ‘bank, state, branch’, and is a set of 6 characters that identifies where a bank account is in Australia. St George uses BSB numbers to identify the bank and branch holding a bank account in Australia. Each branch has its own code, though some banks also have a single, centralised BSB for all their accounts.Where can I Find my BSB number online?
If you’re looking for your own BSB number, you can also find it in your online banking or on your account statements. Always check the BSB number with your bank or recipient. If you use the wrong number, your payment could bounce, or be sent to the wrong account.