What is a SORT code, and how to I obtain one?
Sort codes (or bank codes) are a unique identifier of the individual branch or bank office where a bank account is held. Sort codes are mandatory when sending a telegraphic transfer to countries such as the United Kingdom or South Africa.
A UK sort code should consist of six (6) digits entered as 000000, 00-00-00 or 00 00 00. Only these formats are acceptable to Suncorp Bank.
You will need to request a sort code from the payment recipient. The payment recipient may need to ask their bank for the sort code.
Note: Suncorp Bank staff are not able to provide the sort code.