Financial Predefined Policies

ABA Routing Number

A nine-digit number which identifies financial institutions within the United States. The policy matches on numbers within 100 terms of proximity keywords.

Australia Bank Account Number

Six to ten digits with or without a bank state branch number.

  • The branch number is three digits followed by a hyphen and three more digits.
    The number must be found within 100 terms of proximity keywords.

Australia Tax File Number

Three digits + three digits + two or three digits (where last is a checksum) all separated by optional spaces. The number must be found within 10 terms of proximity keywords.

Canada Bank Account Number

Five to twelve digits. The number must be found within 100 terms of one or more keywords.

Israel Bank Account Number (IBAN)

13 digits consecutively or separated by dashes. dd-ddd-dddddddd
Must be within 100 terms of one or more of the following keywords:

Bank Account Number

Bank Account

Account Number

בנק מספר חשבון

Japan Bank Account Number

3 digit branch code + 7 digit account number

Spanish Fiscal Identification Number (Numero de Identification - NIF)

A National Identity Card (DNI) is issued to Spanish nationals and required after 14 years of age which details the name and surname of holder, birth date, address, parents, sex, residential address, city and province of birth and an identifying number known as the Número de identificación fiscal (NIF) or DNI Number. This is the same identifying number used for the TIN.

  • The Policy only searches for the DNI number which is eight digits + one check letter ddddddddl.
    Must be within 10 terms of one or more of the following keywords:



Documento nacional de identidad

Numero de Identificacion

carné de identidad

Spain International Bank Account Number (IBAN)

ESkk bbbb ssss xxcc cccc cccc with optional spaces.
Must be within 100 terms of one or more of the following keywords:

international bank account number

international bank account

Bank account

bank account number






international money

money transfers

country code







SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications) Code

SWIFT codes are assigned by the SWIFT System to international banks or financial institutions for the purpose of communicating international money transfers. The SWIFT code is also known as the bank identifier code (BIC), SWIFT ID, or ISO 9362 code. The code is divided into sections:
4 letters (bank code) + 2 letters (country code) + 2 digits (location code) + 3 optional alphanumeric characters (branch code)

UK International Bank Account Number (IBAN)

GBkk bbbb ssss sscc cccc cc with optional spaces and dashes. On occasion other letters in place of "GB" country code may be used.

UK Passport Number

Nine consecutive digits ddddddddd

US Bank Account Number

6-17 digits

Updated about a year ago

Financial Predefined Policies

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