Finding your AIB BIC and IBAN is easy and can be done through AIB Mobile Banking, AIB Internet Banking, AIB Tablet Banking, AIB Phone Banking or in any Branch.

How to find your AIB BIC and IBAN

How to Find Your AIB BIC & IBAN

Whether you need to transfer money into a friend’s account or you’re setting up a new AIB Direct Debit, you will be asked for your AIB BIC and IBAN codes. In the event you don’t have a clue where to locate these, fret not! With AIB, we make it quick and easy to find them.

Finding your AIB BIC and IBAN on AIB Mobile Banking
With AIB Mobile Banking, you can find the BIC and IBAN converter by simply entering your NSC and AIB Account Number. Next, click ‘convert’ and the application will generate them for you.

 

Finding your AIB BIC and IBAN on AIB Internet Banking
To find your AIB BIC and IBAN through AIB Internet Banking, first of all log into your account. Click on the statements and advice tab. Your BIC and IBAN are displayed here. They are also listed in ‘eStatements’ under Customer Address.

 

Finding your AIB BIC and IBAN on AIB Tablet Banking
If you’re using the AIB Tablet Banking Application, select ‘My Accounts’. Choose an account and your BIC and IBAN will be displayed here.

 

Finding your AIB BIC and IBAN on AIB Phone Banking
You can also contact our Customer Service Team who will be happy to advise you on your AIB BIC and IBAN. They can be reached at 0818 724 724 or 00353 1771 24 24, if you are calling from outside of Ireland.

 

Finding your AIB BIC and IBAN on AIB’s Help Centre
Another way to quickly locate your AIB BIC and IBAN is to visit our Help Centre and use our handy Converter.

 

Finding your AIB BIC and IBAN in any AIB Branch
Finally, you can always drop into any AIB Branch with suitable photo ID to request your AIB BIC and IBAN.

 

For more information on where and how to get your AIB BIC and IBAN, go to our BIC and IBAN Converter or watch our helpful video guide below:

 

Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

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