International Bank Account Number (IBAN) 

An IBAN number contains information detailing the country, bank and branch of the beneficiary, as well as the account number itself.

It is used to facilitate automatic processing of cross-border payments.

An IBAN can be obtained from the beneficiary's bank. An IBAN is mandatory within the EU.

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