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What is Westpac NZ BSB number?

What is Westpac NZ BSB number?

In New Zealand these are the first six digits of your full account number (see this summary of our account number structure for more information).

Do NZ banks have BSB numbers?

Put simply, New Zealand doesn’t use BSB numbers. Instead, they have 16-digit account numbers (XXXXXX YYYYYYY ZZZ) that are used to identify individual accounts. The first six digits is the bank code, which is used to identify both the bank and the individual branch.

What is the bank code for Westpac NZ?

The SWIFT code for Westpac New Zealand is WPACNZ2W The account name and full account number of the account to receive the money must be included for processing.

How do I find my BSB number?

You can find your BSB and account number on the front page of your account statement issued by your financial institution. You can also find your BSB and account number in your financial institution’s internet banking. The first six digits are your BSB number, and the remaining ones are your account number.

What NZ bank is 06?

National Bank of New Zealand
Account number prefix

Bank name Bank prefix Branch range
National Bank of New Zealand now ANZ 06 0001–1499
National Australia Bank 08 0000–9999
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China 10 5165—5169
PostBank 11 5000–8999

How do I pay into a New Zealand bank account from Australia?

Highly competitive rates and no fees on transfers….Send money from your bank account to another bank account in NZ using these steps:

  1. Login to internet banking or head into a branch.
  2. Go to the international money transfers section.
  3. Enter the amount and currency of your transfer.
  4. Enter the recipient’s bank details.

Which NZ bank is 06?

National Bank of New Zealand now ANZ

Do I need BSB for international transfer?

A NAB Foreign Currency Account doesn’t need a BSB, only an account number. If asked for one, you can use 082-039. To receive money into an AUD account, you will need to provide a BSB number.

What bank is 06 in NZ?

What’s BSB stand for?

Bank State Branch
What is a BSB? BSB stands for Bank State Branch. The BSB is a six-digit number that is used to identify a bank code and its associated branch in Australia.

Is branch number same as BSB?

A Bank State Branch number, or BSB number, is a 6-digit code that represents your bank, state, and branch location. Some banks, like Beyond Bank, use one BSB code for all branches while some banks, like CommBank, have different BSB codes for different branches.