If the payment is made to a bank in the United Kingdom and the beneficiary's account does not have IBAN, the beneficiary's SortCode must be indicated in the payment.
How can you know whether a payment is made to a bank in the UK?
The recipient bank's BIC code 5th and 6th symbols are GB, for example, BUKBGB22, LOYDGB2L.
What is SortCode?
SortCode is the bank internal code used by the UK banking system and the UK clearing system uses it to process payments in this country. The SortCode is a 6-digit code, and it is indicated in the format SCXXXXXX, where X is the bank code.
Where to find a bank’s SortCode?
A bank’s SortCode can be found by clicking Search Bank by Code and entering bank’s name, city and country.
SortCode can be found here as well https://bank-code.net/uk-sort-code
How and where to input SortCode?
To enter SortCode, select code pattern in the Select code field and then enter code by the pattern below.