To transfer money from India to Europe, you would need:
• Beneficiary details (viz. name, account number, address, country name, bank name, address)
• The SWIFT Code and IBAN for the recipient account.
In addition to this, any transaction processed through the branch channel may require submission of additional supporting documentation depending on the purpose of remittance. Online channels however, will not require
you to submit any documentation
Note: The SWIFT code is an 8 or 11 digit code which helps identify the country, city, bank, and branch, and is essential for international fund transfers.
In case your beneficiary bank does not have a SWIFT code, please ask your beneficiary to obtain from the beneficiary bank the details of their intermediary/ correspondent bank. After obtaining the same, you can
approach any Axis Bank branch and provide them with the details of the intermediary/ correspondent bank so that they may initiate the remittance suitably.
An IBAN, or international bank account number, is a standard international numbering system used to identify an overseas bank account. It is necessary for transactions to Europe. Usually anywhere between 15-34 characters,
the number starts with a two-digit country code, then two numbers, followed by several more alphanumeric characters. e.g. GB33BUKB20201555555555