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What information should I have before I can make a transfer?

In order to be able to make a transfer using Alpha Bank's digital networks, you should have the following information:

  • the ΙΒΑΝ of the beneficiary’s account, which is the international format of the beneficiary’s account number (e.g. GR2701401060106002320000001)

- Use Alpha Bank’s IBAN Calculator to convert Alpha Bank account numbers from their typical format (e.g. 106002101000001) to the international format.

  • the name of the account’s beneficiary, as shown in the account details (for transfers to other banks in Greece/abroad)

the BIC CODE/ SWIFT of the beneficiary bank abroad – a code that uniquely identifies the Bank at which the beneficiary’s account is kept.

- See the BIC CODE/ SWIFT of Alpha Bank.

Secure electronic transactions
The security of your transactions is our priority. We ask our Customers to follow the guidelines for the security of electronic transactions provided by Alpha Bank, especially at this time that phishing attacks have significantly increased.

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