Transfer funds from your Standard Chartered Bank savings or current account to anybody else's account in any other bank.

Get Started

Just log in to Online Banking, go to the "Funds Transfer" option and select Inter Bank Funds Transfer.

The maximum transfer limit per day is PKR 1,000,000. For more details on IBFT, please go through the FAQs.

Participating Banks

The Banks participating in Inter Bank Fund Transfer (IBFT) are:

  • Al Baraka Bank
  • Allied Bank
  • Apna Microfinance Bank
  • Askari Bank
  • Bank Al Habib
  • Bank AlFalah
  • Bank Islami
  • Bank of Khyber
  • Bank of Punjab
  • Citibank N.A.
  • Dubai Islamic Bank
  • Faysal Bank
  • FINCA Microfinance Bank
  • First Women Bank
  • FMFB-PK/FirstPay
  • Habib Bank
  • Habib Metropolitan Bank
  • Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
  • JS Bank
  • Khushhali Microfinance Bank
  • MCB
  • MCB Arif Habib Saving
  • MCB Islamic Bank
  • Meezan Bank
  • Mobilink Bank/JazzCash
  • National Bank of Pakistan
  • NayaPay
  • NBP Fund
  • NRSP Microfinance Bank Ltd
  • PayMax
  • SadaPay
  • Samba Bank
  • Silk Bank
  • Sindh Bank
  • Soneri Bank
  • Summit Bank
  • Telenor Microfinance Bank
  • U Microfinance Bank
  • United Bank Limited


    • Are there any limitations to IBFT on Online Banking?
      You can currently use IBFT to transfer only up to PKR 1,000,000 per day.

    • What information do I require to do a transaction over IBFT on Online Banking?
      You need the following:

      • Complete Account number of the beneficiary in the other bank.
      • Amount that you wish to transfer in PKR.
    • When would IBFT on Online Banking fail?
      IBFT may fail due to the following reasons:

      • If you have not given the correct details for the beneficiary (including the beneficiary account number or branch code if required).
      • If your account that you have indicated for the debit does not have the sufficient clear funds to cover the IBFT requested or has debit restrictions that lead to failure of debit.

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