Most banks have a number which identifies your branch. BullionVault needs this number to reliably send money to you.
All countries have a different term for the branch code. The common ones are:
|USA||Routing transit number (RTN) or ABA||011001234|
|Australia||ABN or BSB||45-67-89|
Your branch code, whatever it's called, will normally appear on your statement and in your chequebook near the account number. If you do not have a routing code, a BIC or IBAN is equally useful. Your bank will be able to advise you of these numbers if you have any difficulty finding them.
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