You can locate your bank’s IBAN (as well as your BIC – see below) on your account statement (savings or current, for example). Contact your bank if you cannot locate your IBAN. Some banks’ websites offer
to generate your IBAN online.
You should quote your IBAN in any correspondence and invoices especially when expecting payments from other banks. Providing your bank's BIC is optional for payments in euro. Providing the BIC for other currencies (such as GBP sterling) remains mandatory.
An IBAN generated by a local bank is made up of 31 alphanumeric characters split as follows:
Therefore, the number you should look for on your statement should look something like this: