For Barclays to send Euro payments within the EU/EEA, you must quote your beneficiary's IBAN and SWIFTBIC (Bank Identifier Code) in your instruction to us.
The information your beneficiary provides may or may not state the word IBAN, but must contain a two-letter country code which appears in front of existing bank code/account numbers, for example: Austria = AT, Germany = DE, France = FR.
An IBAN in printed format (such as on an invoice) is likely to be prefaced by the word IBAN, for example: IBAN AT61 1904 3002 3457 3201. The word IBAN is not to be entered on any payment sent to Barclays UK for processing.
From this page you can check the validity of up to 12 International Bank Account Numbers at any one time.
Please remember to include the two-letter country code at the beginning of each number. There is however, no need to enter the word "IBAN" or any spaces.
For example, a United Kingdom IBAN is:
IBAN GB54 BARC 2099 2012 3456 78.
If you enter GB54BARC20992012345678, the result will be 'This is a valid IBAN'.
Please enter up to 12 numbers in the spaces below, then select the "Submit" button to check the IBAN(s).
Please note: If you submit 3 times consecutively with one or more incorrect IBANs, you will be prevented from validating IBANs. To continue using the IBAN validation tool please close and restart your web browser.