An IBAN consists of a two-letter country code, two check digits and a Basic Bank Account Number (BBAN). A BBAN includes information about the domestic bank and account number. The IBAN print format adds one space after every four characters whereas the electronic format contains no spaces.

Important This tool only validates IBAN formatting. It does not guarantee that the account details listed below are correct or that such an account exists.

Your IBAN NumberMT84 MALT 0110 0001 2345 MTLC AST0 01S
ISO Country CodeMT (Malta)
IBAN check digits84
BBANMALT 0110 0001 2345 MTLC AST0 01S
Bank identifierMALT
Branch identifier01100
Account Number0012345MTLCAST001S
SEPA MemberYes

Many countries use the International Bank Account Number (IBAN) as a standardized format for how bank account information is presented when sending an international money transfer. The IBAN examples and formats found on this site are based on the SWIFT IBAN Registry.

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