What are BRSTN Codes for Philippines (PHP) Local Funds Transfer (LFT) and how do I find mine?
A BRSTN code is the Bank Routing Symbol Transit Number, and is the popular term for a bank identifier code (BIC) used among banks in the Philippines to transfer funds. It is a 9-digit code identifying your country, city, and bank. With this simple code, oDesk’s bank can route funds to any registered bank in the Philippines.
To find your BRSTN code, contact your bank and ask for the BRSTN code of their head office or parent bank. Or, see our list of head office BRSTN codes in the Philippines:
010320013 Allied Banking Corporation
011020011 Asia United Bank
010700015 Australia – New Zealand Bank
010530667 Banco De Oro
010670019 Bangkok Bank Public Co., Ltd.
010120019 Bank of America, N. A.
011140014 Bank of China
010440016 Bank of Commerce
010040018 Bank of the Philippine Islands
010100013 China Banking Corporation
010690015 Chinatrust Commercial Bank Corp.
010070017 Citibank, N. A.
010650013 Deutsche Bank
010590018 Development Bank of the Philippines
010620014 East-West Banking Corporation
010860010 Export and Industry Bank
010060014 Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corp.
010720011 JP Morgan Chase Bank
010710018 Korea Exchange Bank
010350025 Landbank of the Philippines
010220016 Maybank Philippines, Inc.
010269996 Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company
010640010 Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd.
010110016 Philippine Bank of Communications
010080010 Philippine National Bank
010090039 Philippine Trust Company
010330016 Philippine Veterans Bank
010280014 Rizal Commercial Banking Corp.
010140015 Security Bank Corporation
010460012 The Bank of Tokyo Ltd
010050011 The Standard Chartered Bank
010419995 Union Bank of the Philippines
010299995 United Coconut Planters Bank
010270341 United Overseas Bank Philippines