Those countries which use International Bank Account Numbers (IBAN) have mostly integrated the bank code into the prefix of specifying IBAN account numbers. The Extended Industry Sorting Code Directory (EISCD) The EISCD is a comprehensive database of payments-related information for financial institutions participating in the UK Payment Schemes: Bacs, CHAPS, Faster Payments and Cheque and Credit Clearing. Fields Each branch or bank office on the ISCD is identified by either a sorting code, BIC (bank identifier code) or both. Clearing requirements All bank offices participating in any of the following clearings must have a sorting code: Every bank office with a sorting code does not necessarily participate in all these clearings, however, once a sorting code has been issued to a bank office, the same sorting code will be used in all of the clearings. In particular cases where 00 is a valid check digit, 97 will not be a valid check digit, likewise if 01 is a valid check digit, 98 will not be a valid check digit, similarly with 02 and 99.

Bank NameSort CodeCityAddress & Info
BANCO MERCANTIL DE SAO PAULO SA 405049 Equivalent Codes: 40-50-49 40 50 49 London 33 BURTON PLACE LONDON W1X 33 Bruton Place, W1X 7AB, Phone: (20) 74995112, London England