Allocation of new identification codes for financial institutions – Cardcom and Tranzilla

Participants in the financial system in Israel are identified by an identification code that is unique to each participant (currently known as a “bank code”).  The code is comprised of two characters.  In order for a financial institution to be able to operate in the various payment systems and provide account numbers to its customers, it must be identified in all relevant systems in the economy.

 

The Bank of Israel has approved the following financial institutions to receive an identification code in the Israeli payment systems, and is today publishing the identification code numbers that were allocated, as follows:

 

Identification code allocated to Cardcom Settlements Ltd. – 60.

Identification code allocated to Tranzilla Ltd. – 61.​