Do bank in Australia operate with IBAN?
No, IBAN is used exclusively by European banks. To transfer to/from Australian institutions you need to obtain a SWIFT code from your bank.
Would be nice if someone could give example of how to complete transfer on line info.
French bank details mention:
Name of account holder
BASIC ACCOUNT NUMBER
The account in Australia gives me a BSB number and an account number.
Australian banks do in fact operate with IBAN numbers when dealing with overseas banks.
According to Westpac - your IBAN number in Westpac is 12 digits - your BSB and your Account number all together. This is typed in without any spaces or dashes.
In addition, most foreign banks want a SWIFT code (your Australian bank will gladly provide one.) Some foreign systems also want an alphanumeric code as part of the 12 digit IBAN - Best to confirm with the foreign bank on that one.
Unfortunately there is no IBAN number of Bank ALfalah. i have called bank alfalah so many times but they are not even aware of IBAN number. they are very lazy to generate there IBAN number from State Bank Of Pakistan and satisfy there customers. But if you need IBAN number, create your account in UBL. they are providing IBAN number which is 026007906. i have already done this.
The SWIFT or BIC for Bendigo Bank is BENDAU3B which is easy enough to find after a quick search. The IBAN is a little bit more difficult. We don't use IBANs in AUS. According to Commonwealth Bank, to obtain an IBAN all you need to do is add your BSB and accnt# together, so i can only assume the same would apply for Bendigo. eg. 633000111111111