NCC details for 302904

NCC?302904
BranchAuckland - Corporate
AddressHSBC Tower, Level 21, 188 Quay Street, Auckland CBD, New Zealand, Auckland, 1010
PoboxPO Box 5947, Victoria Street West, Auckland, New Zealand, 1142
Phone(09) 368-8688
Fax(09) 368-8653
BankHSBC New Zealand
Websitewww.hsbc.co.nz

New Zealand bank account numbers

New Zealand bank account numbers holding New Zealand Dollars (NZD) follow a standardised format of 15 or 16 digits:

  • a prefix representing the bank and branch (six digits), otherwise known as the National Clearing Code (NCC);
  • the body (seven digits); and
  • the suffix representing the product/account type (two or three digits).

While the New Zealand format is similar to Australia's Bank State Branch (BSB), the two systems are not interchangeable. New Zealand bank account numbers in foreign currencies vary by bank.

Bank codes are coordinated by Payments NZ who administer the Bulk Electronic Clearing System (BECS).

What is a National Clearing Code (NCC)?

A National Clearing Code (NCC) is the six digit code used to uniquely identify a bank and branch in New Zealand. These are sometimes known as bank codes, sort codes or BSB numbers.

What is the account suffix used for?

The account suffix indicates the bank account or product type.

Type of accountSuffix
Cheque000
Number 2002
Fixed003
Savings030
Credit card040
Thrift club050
Term deposit081

While the account suffix is three digits, most banks leave off the leading zero digit.