New Zealand bank account numbers in NZD follow a standardised format of 16 digits: * a prefix representing the bank and branch (six digits), otherwise known as the Bank code; * 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, the two systems are not interchangeable. New Zealand bank account numbers in foreign currencies vary by bank.

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  • New Zealand bank account numbers in NZD follow a standardised format of 16 digits: * a prefix representing the bank and branch (six digits), otherwise known as the Bank code; * 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, the two systems are not interchangeable. New Zealand bank account numbers in foreign currencies vary by bank. (en)
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  • New Zealand bank account numbers in NZD follow a standardised format of 16 digits: * a prefix representing the bank and branch (six digits), otherwise known as the Bank code; * 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, the two systems are not interchangeable. New Zealand bank account numbers in foreign currencies vary by bank. (en)
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  • New Zealand bank account prefix (en)
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