The bank routing number is a nine-digit identification number assigned to financial institutions and this number identifies the specific financial institution upon which a payment is drawn. This very special unique code is generated with the combination of 3 digits bank code, 2 digits district code, 3 digits branch code and at last 1 check digit. This number is also printed on the bottom-left of your bank cheque pages.
There are total 10 branch routing numbers of Commercial Bank of Ceylon Limited situated in 4 districts in Bangladesh. Here is a list of all routing numbers listed firstly by district names and secondly by branch names alphabetically.
|Districts||Branch Names||Routing No.|
Commercial Bank has on record over 90 years of unparalleled growth and achievement. Having made a distinctive mark in Sri Lankan banking history, Commercial Bank stands out for its superlative service and technological superiority. Having set a benchmark in private sector banking in Sri Lanka we have set standards, created an identity and forged an unsurpassable trend. Recognised as trend setter we have maintained our cultural identity while providing a range of products and services. Powered by state-of-the-art technology and driven by a team of highly motivated, dynamic individuals we have become the leaders in private banking in Sri Lanka.
Over the period of last 10 years of operation in Bangladesh, CBC has expanded its branch network to 10 branches, 2 specialised OBU sections in Dhaka(Dhanmondi) and Chittagong(CEPZ) and 6 SME centres in Bangsal Road(Dhaka), Progati Sharani(Dhaka), Shantinagar(Dhaka), Tongi (Dhaka), Jubilee Road(Chittagong) and CDA Avenue (Chittagong). Unique products and services, superior service quality and efficient and customised solutions to the requirements of corporate and personal banking customers are hallmarks of the successful stride of CBC in Bangladesh.