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Laiki Bank(LBA) BSB Number list

Below is the complete list of Laiki Bank(LBA) Branches and respective BSB numbers across the Australia.
State City Address Postal Code BSB Number BSB Name
NSW Bankstown Shop 2 Building B 228 Sth Terrace 2200 942-205 Beirut Hellenic Bank - Bankstown
NSW Burwood Shops 7 & 8 258 Burwood Road 2134 942-207 Beirut Hellenic Bank Ltd - Burwood
NSW Chullora Shop 228 355-357 Waterloo Road 2190 942-208 Beirut Hellenic Bank Ltd - Chullora
NSW Granville Shop 3 12 Railway Parade 2142 942-209 Beirut Hellenic Bank Ltd- Granville
NSW Kingsford 486 Anzac Parade 2032 942-204 Beirut Hellenic Bank - Kingsford
NSW Kogarah Shop 3 5 Belgrave Street 2217 942-203 Beirut Hellenic Bank - Kogarah
NSW Marrickville 5 198-204 Marrickville Road 2204 942-201 Beirut Hellenic Bank - Marrickville
NSW Merrylands Shop 2 197 Merrylands Road 2160 942-210 Beirut Hellenic Bank Ltd-Merrylands
NSW Parramatta Shop 3 197 Church Street 2150 942-206 Beirut Hellenic Bank Ltd-Parramatta
NSW Sydney Level 4 219-223 Castlereagh Street 2000 942-101 Beirut Hellenic Bank - Treasury
NSW Sydney Ground Floor 219-223 Castlereagh St 2000 942-202 Beirut Hellenic Bank - Head Office
SA Mile End 149 Henley Beach Road 5031 942-501 Beirut Hellenic Bank - Adelaide
VIC Brunswick 597 Sydney Road 3056 942-305 Beirut Hellenic Bank Ltd -Brunswick
VIC Doncaster Shop 1 700 Doncaster Road 3108 942-304 Beirut Hellenic Bank - Doncaster
VIC Melbourne 215 Spring Street 3000 942-301 Beirut Hellenic Bank - Spring St
VIC Melbourne 30 Portman Street 3000 942-302 Beirut Hellenic Bank - Oakleigh
VIC Northcote 25 Nthcote Ctr High & Seperation St 3070 942-303 Beirut Hellenic Bank - Northcote

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The Australian BSB (Bank/ State/ Branch) code is a 6-digit code that precedes the actual bank account number which is used to identify individual branch of a financial institution in Australia. The first 3 digits represent the bank institution code, and the last 3 digits represent the actual branch code for the beneficiary account. The BSB code is required for all wires going to Australia.
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