Both BICs are valid, L is the Lithuanian entity, as far as I know. But people should always use the BIC shown in the app. In doubt, I would ask support.
Don’t think so @Frank - AFAIK its still 21 not 2L as it is a number pair
I don’t know what the allocation is, but the case that was mentioned earlier here was this:
Revolut changed the registry of their BIC from I to L, causing many SEPA transfers to fail, because the databases of the sending banks were slow to update. It caused trouble for months, depending on how fast third party banks were able to help fixing it. This is years ago, and dragged on for months. There’s a blog article about it, where Revolut gives a statement about it.
The L version is a valid BIC, it’s registered and can be confirmed with BIC checking services online.
What I don’t know: if Revolut uses it and how it’s allocated to their system. The recommendation still is to always use the one the app shows.
Just an additional note:
After some googlemapping, I think the correctly address is 7 Westferry Circus, not Westerley Circus.
I see. Thank you very much for the clarification.
Thank you so much! This is super straightforward and helpful!
You’re quite right… must get my glasses changed
Thanks for the correction…
I’ve just asked Live Chat and they told me:
Bank name: Revolut
Bank address:7 Westferry Circus, Canary Warf, London, E14 4HD, UK
Account name: your name
We’ll see if it all works when the salary comes (if comes)