National Sort Code (NSC)
is a six digits numerical codes used to identify an individual branch of a financial institution in Ireland. To make money transfer, the National Sort Codes is used together with the bank account number of the recipient. NSC is regulated by IPSO (Irish Payment Services Organisation)
The National Sort Code (NSC) is used for domestic transfer. For international inward money transfer, a SWIFT code must be used together with a National Sort Code (NSC) and Account Number.
The format of National Sort Codes (NSC) is as follows;
- the first two digits (AA) show which bank manages the account.
- the last four digits (BBBB) specify the branch location.
Ulster Bank - (National Sort Code, NSC 982500)
Details information for Ulster Bank in London
|National Sort Code (NSC)
|SWIFT Code / BIC Code
||Clearing Control Unit
||2nd Floor, Aldgate Union
||10 Whitechapel High Street
||44 207 0630327
||44 203 2808707
Maps and Direction for Ulster Bank in London