Effective July 1, 2010 Lebanon will require the use of an IBAN (International Bank Account Number) to identify beneficiaries for all payments to and from the country. Failure to provide an IBAN may result in that payment being rejected, delayed or incurring additional charges.
For information on the structure and use of the IBAN in Lebanon, please see these two documents from the Central Bank of Lebanon:
For more complete information concerning the use of an IBAN in Lebanon, please visit the Central Bank of Lebanon and the section titled "Lebanon" in J.P. Morgan's Treasury Services' Global Payment Guide 2013-2014.
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