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Names of International banks which have entered into a correspondent banking relationship with Iranian banks
Q: Name the International banks which have entered into a correspondent banking relationship with Iranian banks.
Ans: The list of foreign banks working with Iran (as shared by Embassy of India in Tehran with RBI)
I. VTB Bank (Bank for Foreign Trade of Russia, VTB Group, formerly Vneshtorgbank)


II. Mir Business Bank C.J.S.C (Wholly owned subsidiary of Bank Melli in Russia)

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III. The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) – 73% owned by British Government
IV. Persia International Bank Plc (UK) (owned by Bank Mellat & Bank Tejarat - specialises in trade finance for Iranian clients)
V. Bank Melli Plc (UK)
VI. Bank Sepah International Plc (UK)
VII. Svenska Handelsbanken
VIII. DANSKE BANK (Danish bank covering Scandinavian and European trade with Iran)
IX. Rabobank (Netherlands)
X. KBC Bank (supporting its customers from Belgium, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary in their trade with Iran)
XI. DZ Bank (Germany – also handling other EU member states transactions with Iran)
XII. Deutsche Bank (cooperation with Ministry of Petroleum for clearance of oil revenues)
XV. Europaisch-Iranische Handelsbank AG in Hamburg (EIH – German bank with shareholders being Iran’s Bank of Industry & Mine,
Bank Mellat and Bank Tejarat) – EIH handles many financial transactions between EU member states and Iran either as the
main bank or as correspondent bank
XVI. Some smaller landesbank and sparkasse financial institutions in Germany
XVII. Bank Sepah Branch (Frankfurt)
XVIII. Natixis S.A. (France)
XIX. Banque Worms (France)
XX. Some small and regional banks in France
XXI. Bank Tejarat (Paris Branch)
XXII. Bank Melli (Paris Branch)
XXIII. Banque de Commerce et de Placements – BCP (Switzerland)
XXIV. Banque Heritage (Switzerland)
XXV. Julius Baer Group (Switzerland)
XXVI. Bank Alpinum AG (Lichtenstein)
XXVII. Raiffeisen Bank Austria
XXVIII. Erste Bank Austria
XXIX. Oberbank AG (affiliated to Erste Bank)
XXX. Bank Polski (Poland)
XXXI. Československá obchodní banka, a.s. (ČSOB) – Czech Republic
XXXII. Česká Spořitelna (Czech Republic)
XXXIII. Bank of Italy
XXXV. Mediobanca
XXXVI. Unicredit
XXXVII. Banca Popolare di Sondrio (Italian bank covering European trade with Iran)
XXXVIII. Banca Popolare di Milano (Italy)
XXXIX. Banca Popolare di Vicenza (Italy)
XL. Banco Marroqui de Comercio Exterior (BMCE Bank) - Spain
XLI. Aresbank S.A. (formerly Banco Árabe Español, S.A.) - Spain
XLII. TÜRKİYE HALK BANKASI A.Ş. (Turkey) [Foreign companies with registered offices in Turkey can also use HalkBank]
XLIII. Bank Mellat Türkiye (Istanbul)
XLIV. Bank Melli Branch (Baku)
XLV. Mellat Bank SB CJSC (Armenia)
XLVI. Bank Tejarat Branch (Tajikistan)
XLVII. Bank Melli Branch (Iraq)
XLVIII. Masraf Al Rayan (Qatar)
XLIX. Bank Melli Iran UAE
L. Bank Muscat (Oman – also opening a representative office in Tehran)
LI. UCO Bank of India (formerly United Commercial Bank - a major government owned commercial bank of India – establishing a
representative office in Tehran) (under specific definitions, services of UCO may also be used by 3rd countries)
LII. IDBI Bank (India)
LIII. IndusInd Bank (India)

LIV. DBS Bank (Singapore)
LV. Mizuho Bank Ltd. (Japan)
LVI. Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
LVII. Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (Japan)
LVIII. Mega International Bank (Taiwan)
LIX. Branch of Bank Melli Plc UK (Hong Kong)
LX. Bank of Kunlun Co. Ltd. (a unit of state-owned China National Petroleum Corp.)
LXI. Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd. (ICBC)
LXII. China Construction Bank
LXIII. Agricultural Bank of China
LXIV. Export-Import Bank of Korea (KEXIM)
LXV. Woori Bank Co. Ltd. (South Korea – has recently established a representative office in Tehran)
LXVI. Korea Development Bank
It has been observed that the Central Bank of Iran has very close cooperation with the following banks: 1) Bank of Kunlun; 2) Bank
Muscat; 3) HalkBank; 4) Europaisch-Iranische Handelsbank AG in Hamburg (EIH).

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