ISO 4217

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An airline ticket showing the price in the ISO 4217 code "EUR" (bottom left) and not the currency sign

ISO 4217 is a standard published by International Organization for Standardization, which delineates currency designators, country codes (alpha and numeric), and references to minor units in three tables:

The tables, history and ongoing discussion are maintained by SIX Interbank Clearing on behalf of ISO and the Swiss Association for Standardization.[4]

The ISO 4217 code list is used in banking and business globally. In many countries the ISO codes for the more common currencies are so well known publicly that exchange rates published in newspapers or posted in banks use only these to delineate the different currencies, instead of translated currency names or ambiguous currency symbols. ISO 4217 codes are used on airline tickets and international train tickets to remove any ambiguity about the price.

Code formation

A list of exchange rates for various base currencies given by a money changer in Thailand, with the Thailand Baht as the counter (or quote) currency.

The first two letters of the code are the two letters of the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country codes (which are also used as the basis for national top-level domains on the Internet) and the third is usually the initial of the currency itself. So Japan's currency code is JPY—JP for Japan and Y for yen. This eliminates the problem caused by the names dollar, franc, peso and pound being used in dozens of different countries, each having significantly differing values. Also, if a currency is revalued, the currency code's last letter is changed to distinguish it from the old currency. In some cases, the third letter is the initial for "new" in that country's language, to distinguish it from an older currency that was revalued; the code sometimes outlasts the usage of the term "new" itself (for example, the code for the Mexican peso is MXN). Other changes can be seen, however; the Russian ruble, for example, changed from RUR to RUB, where the B comes from the third letter in the word "ruble".

X currencies

In addition to codes for most active national currencies ISO 4217 provides codes for "supranational" currencies, procedural purposes, and several things which are "similar to" currencies:

The use of an initial letter "X" for these purposes is facilitated by the ISO 3166 rule that no official country code beginning with X will ever be assigned. Because of this rule ISO 4217 can use X codes without risk of clashing with a future country code. ISO 3166 country codes beginning with "X" are used for private custom use (reserved), never for official codes. For instance, the ISO 3166-based NATO country codes (STANAG 1059, 9th edition) use "X" codes for imaginary exercise countries ranging from XXB for "Brownland" to XXR for "Redland", as well as for major commands such as XXE for SHAPE or XXS for SACLANT. Consequently, ISO 4217 can use "X" codes for non-country-specific currencies without risk of clashing with future country codes.

The inclusion of EU (denoting the European Union) in the ISO 3166-1 reserved codes list, allows the euro to be coded as EUR rather than assigned a code beginning with X even though it is a supranational currency.

Treatment of minor currency units (the "exponent")

The ISO 4217 standard includes a crude mechanism for expressing the relationship between a major currency unit and its corresponding minor currency unit. This mechanism is called the currency "exponent" and assumes a base of 10. For example, USD (the United States dollar) is equal to 100 of its minor currency unit the "cent". So the USD has exponent 2 (10 to the power 2 is 100, which is the number of cents in a dollar). The code JPY (Japanese yen) is given the exponent 0, because its minor unit, the sen, although nominally valued at 1/100 of a yen, is of such negligible value that it is no longer used. Usually, as with the USD, the minor currency unit has a value that is 1/100 of the major unit, but in some cases (including most varieties of the dinar) 1/1000 is used, and sometimes ratios apply which are not integer powers of 10. Mauritania does not use a decimal division of units, setting 1 ouguiya (UM) equal to 5 khoums, and Madagascar has 1 ariary = 5 iraimbilanja. Some currencies do not have any minor currency unit at all and these are given an exponent of 0, as with currencies whose minor units are unused due to negligible value.

Currency numbers

There is also a three-digit code number assigned to each currency, in the same manner as there is also a three-digit code number assigned to each country as part of ISO 3166. This numeric code is usually the same as the ISO 3166-1 numeric code. For example, USD (United States dollar) has code 840 which is also the numeric code for the US (United States).

Position of ISO 4217 code in amounts

The ISO standard does not regulate either the spacing, prefixing or suffixing in usage of currency codes. According however to the European Union's Publication Office,[5] in English, Irish, Latvian and Maltese texts, the ISO 4217 code is to be followed by a fixed space and the amount:

a sum of EUR 30

In Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish and Swedish the order is reversed; the amount is followed by a fixed space and the ISO 4217 code:

une somme de 30 EUR

Note that, as illustrated, the order is determined not by the currency, but by the native language of the document context.


In 1973, the ISO Technical Committee 68 decided to develop codes for the representation of currencies and funds for use in any application of trade, commerce or banking. At the 17th session (February 1978), the related UN/ECE Group of Experts agreed that the three-letter alphabetic codes for International Standard ISO 4217, "Codes for the representation of currencies and funds", would be suitable for use in international trade.

Over time, new currencies are created and old currencies are discontinued. Frequently, these changes are due to the formation of new governments, treaties between countries standardizing on a shared currency, or revaluation of an existing currency due to excessive inflation. As a result, the list of codes must be updated from time to time. The ISO 4217 maintenance agency (MA), SIX Interbank Clearing, is responsible for maintaining the list of codes.

Active codes

The following is a list of active codes of official ISO 4217 currency names.

Code Num E[6] Currency Locations using this currency
AED 784 2 United Arab Emirates dirham  United Arab Emirates
AFN 971 2 Afghan afghani  Afghanistan
ALL 008 2 Albanian lek  Albania
AMD 051 2 Armenian dram  Armenia
ANG 532 2 Netherlands Antillean guilder  Curaçao (CW),  Sint Maarten (SX)
AOA 973 2 Angolan kwanza  Angola
ARS 032 2 Argentine peso  Argentina
AUD 036 2 Australian dollar  Australia,  Christmas Island (CX),  Cocos (Keeling) Islands (CC),  Heard Island and McDonald Islands (HM),  Kiribati (KI),  Nauru (NR),  Norfolk Island (NF),  Tuvalu (TV),  Australian Antarctic Territory
AWG 533 2 Aruban florin  Aruba
AZN 944 2 Azerbaijani manat  Azerbaijan
BAM 977 2 Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark  Bosnia and Herzegovina
BBD 052 2 Barbados dollar  Barbados
BDT 050 2 Bangladeshi taka  Bangladesh
BGN 975 2 Bulgarian lev  Bulgaria
BHD 048 3 Bahraini dinar  Bahrain
BIF 108 0 Burundian franc  Burundi
BMD 060 2 Bermudian dollar  Bermuda
BND 096 2 Brunei dollar  Brunei, auxiliary in  Singapore (SG)
BOB 068 2 Boliviano  Bolivia
BOV 984 2 Bolivian Mvdol (funds code)  Bolivia
BRL 986 2 Brazilian real  Brazil
BSD 044 2 Bahamian dollar  Bahamas
BTN 064 2 Bhutanese ngultrum  Bhutan
BWP 072 2 Botswana pula  Botswana
BYN 933 2 New Belarusian ruble  Belarus
BYR 974 0 Belarusian ruble  Belarus
BZD 084 2 Belize dollar  Belize
CAD 124 2 Canadian dollar  Canada
CDF 976 2 Congolese franc  Democratic Republic of the Congo
CHE 947 2 WIR Euro (complementary currency)   Switzerland
CHF 756 2 Swiss franc   Switzerland,  Liechtenstein (LI)
CHW 948 2 WIR Franc (complementary currency)   Switzerland
CLF 990 4 Unidad de Fomento (funds code)  Chile
CLP 152 0 Chilean peso  Chile
CNY 156 2 Chinese yuan  China
COP 170 2 Colombian peso  Colombia
COU 970 2[7] Unidad de Valor Real (UVR) (funds code)[7]  Colombia
CRC 188 2 Costa Rican colon  Costa Rica
CUC 931 2 Cuban convertible peso  Cuba
CUP 192 2 Cuban peso  Cuba
CVE 132 0 Cape Verde escudo  Cape Verde
CZK 203 2 Czech koruna  Czech Republic
DJF 262 0 Djiboutian franc  Djibouti
DKK 208 2 Danish krone  Denmark,  Faroe Islands (FO),  Greenland (GL)
DOP 214 2 Dominican peso  Dominican Republic
DZD 012 2 Algerian dinar  Algeria
EGP 818 2 Egyptian pound  Egypt, auxiliary in  Gaza Strip
ERN 232 2 Eritrean nakfa  Eritrea
ETB 230 2 Ethiopian birr  Ethiopia
EUR 978 2 Euro  Akrotiri and Dhekelia,  Andorra (AD),  Austria (AT),  Belgium (BE),  Cyprus (CY),  Estonia (EE),  Finland (FI),  France (FR),  Germany (DE),  Greece (GR),  Guadeloupe (GP),  Ireland (IE),  Italy (IT),  Kosovo,  Latvia (LV),  Lithuania (LT),  Luxembourg (LU),  Malta (MT),  Martinique (MQ),  Mayotte (YT),  Monaco (MC),  Montenegro (ME),  Netherlands (NL),  Portugal (PT),  Réunion (RE),  Saint Barthélemy (BL),  Saint Pierre and Miquelon (PM),  San Marino (SM),  Slovakia (SK),  Slovenia (SI),  Spain (ES),   Vatican City (VA); see Eurozone
FJD 242 2 Fiji dollar  Fiji
FKP 238 2 Falkland Islands pound  Falkland Islands (pegged to GBP 1:1)
GBP 826 2 Pound sterling  United Kingdom, the  Isle of Man (IM, see Manx pound),  Jersey (JE, see Jersey pound),  Guernsey (GG, see Guernsey pound),  South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands (GS),  British Indian Ocean Territory (IO) (also uses USD),  Tristan da Cunha (SH-TA), and  British Antarctic Territory
GEL 981 2 Georgian lari  Georgia (except  Abkhazia (GE-AB) and  South Ossetia)
GHS 936 2 Ghanaian cedi  Ghana
GIP 292 2 Gibraltar pound  Gibraltar (pegged to GBP 1:1)
GMD 270 2 Gambian dalasi  Gambia
GNF 324 0 Guinean franc  Guinea
GTQ 320 2 Guatemalan quetzal  Guatemala
GYD 328 2 Guyanese dollar  Guyana
HKD 344 2 Hong Kong dollar  Hong Kong,  Macao (MO)
HNL 340 2 Honduran lempira  Honduras
HRK 191 2 Croatian kuna  Croatia
HTG 332 2 Haitian gourde  Haiti
HUF 348 2 Hungarian forint  Hungary
IDR 360 2 Indonesian rupiah  Indonesia
ILS 376 2 Israeli new shekel  Israel,  State of Palestine (PS)[8]
INR 356 2 Indian rupee  India, Bhutan,    Nepal ,  Zimbabwe
IQD 368 3 Iraqi dinar  Iraq
IRR 364 2 Iranian rial  Iran
ISK 352 0 Icelandic króna  Iceland
JMD 388 2 Jamaican dollar  Jamaica
JOD 400 3 Jordanian dinar  Jordan, auxiliary in  West Bank
JPY 392 0 Japanese yen  Japan
KES 404 2 Kenyan shilling  Kenya
KGS 417 2 Kyrgyzstani som  Kyrgyzstan
KHR 116 2 Cambodian riel  Cambodia
KMF 174 0 Comoro franc  Comoros
KPW 408 2 North Korean won  North Korea
KRW 410 0 South Korean won  South Korea
KWD 414 3 Kuwaiti dinar  Kuwait
KYD 136 2 Cayman Islands dollar  Cayman Islands
KZT 398 2 Kazakhstani tenge  Kazakhstan
LAK 418 2 Lao kip  Laos
LBP 422 2 Lebanese pound  Lebanon
LKR 144 2 Sri Lankan rupee  Sri Lanka
LRD 430 2 Liberian dollar  Liberia
LSL 426 2 Lesotho loti  Lesotho
LYD 434 3 Libyan dinar  Libya
MAD 504 2 Moroccan dirham  Morocco
MDL 498 2 Moldovan leu  Moldova (except  Transnistria)
MGA 969 1*[9] Malagasy ariary  Madagascar
MKD 807 2 Macedonian denar  Macedonia
MMK 104 2 Myanmar kyat  Myanmar
MNT 496 2 Mongolian tögrög  Mongolia
MOP 446 2 Macanese pataca  Macao
MRO 478 1*[9] Mauritanian ouguiya  Mauritania
MUR 480 2 Mauritian rupee  Mauritius
MVR 462 2 Maldivian rufiyaa  Maldives
MWK 454 2 Malawian kwacha  Malawi
MXN 484 2 Mexican peso  Mexico
MXV 979 2 Mexican Unidad de Inversion (UDI) (funds code)  Mexico
MYR 458 2 Malaysian ringgit  Malaysia
MZN 943 2 Mozambican metical  Mozambique
NAD 516 2 Namibian dollar  Namibia
NGN 566 2 Nigerian naira  Nigeria
NIO 558 2 Nicaraguan córdoba  Nicaragua
NOK 578 2 Norwegian krone  Norway,  Svalbard and  Jan Mayen (SJ),  Bouvet Island (BV),  Queen Maud Land,  Peter I Island
NPR 524 2 Nepalese rupee    Nepal
NZD 554 2 New Zealand dollar  New Zealand,  Cook Islands (CK),  Niue (NU),  Pitcairn Islands (PN; see also Pitcairn Islands dollar),  Tokelau (TK),  Ross Dependency
OMR 512 3 Omani rial  Oman
PAB 590 2 Panamanian balboa  Panama
PEN 604 2 Peruvian Sol  Peru
PGK 598 2 Papua New Guinean kina  Papua New Guinea
PHP 608 2 Philippine peso  Philippines
PKR 586 2 Pakistani rupee  Pakistan
PLN 985 2 Polish złoty  Poland
PYG 600 0 Paraguayan guaraní  Paraguay
QAR 634 2 Qatari riyal  Qatar
RON 946 2 Romanian leu  Romania
RSD 941 2 Serbian dinar  Serbia
RUB 643 2 Russian ruble  Russia,  Abkhazia (GE-AB),  South Ossetia,  Crimea
RWF 646 0 Rwandan franc  Rwanda
SAR 682 2 Saudi riyal  Saudi Arabia
SBD 090 2 Solomon Islands dollar  Solomon Islands
SCR 690 2 Seychelles rupee  Seychelles
SDG 938 2 Sudanese pound  Sudan
SEK 752 2 Swedish krona/kronor  Sweden
SGD 702 2 Singapore dollar  Singapore, auxiliary in  Brunei (BN)
SHP 654 2 Saint Helena pound  Saint Helena (SH-SH),  Ascension Island (SH-AC) (pegged to GBP 1:1)
SLL 694 2 Sierra Leonean leone  Sierra Leone
SOS 706 2 Somali shilling  Somalia (except  Somaliland)
SRD 968 2 Surinamese dollar  Suriname
SSP 728 2 South Sudanese pound  South Sudan
STD 678 2 São Tomé and Príncipe dobra  São Tomé and Príncipe
SVC 222 2 Salvadoran colón  El Salvador
SYP 760 2 Syrian pound  Syria
SZL 748 2 Swazi lilangeni  Swaziland
THB 764 2 Thai baht  Thailand ,  Cambodia ,  Myanmar ,  Laos
TJS 972 2 Tajikistani somoni  Tajikistan
TMT 934 2 Turkmenistani manat  Turkmenistan
TND 788 3 Tunisian dinar  Tunisia
TOP 776 2 Tongan paʻanga  Tonga
TRY 949 2 Turkish lira  Turkey ,  Northern Cyprus
TTD 780 2 Trinidad and Tobago dollar  Trinidad and Tobago
TWD 901 2 New Taiwan dollar  Taiwan
TZS 834 2 Tanzanian shilling  Tanzania
UAH 980 2 Ukrainian hryvnia  Ukraine
UGX 800 0 Ugandan shilling  Uganda
USD 840 2 United States dollar  United States,  American Samoa (AS),  Barbados (BB) (as well as Barbados Dollar),  Bermuda (BM) (as well as Bermudian Dollar),  British Indian Ocean Territory (IO) (also uses GBP),  British Virgin Islands (VG), Caribbean Netherlands (BQ - Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba),  Ecuador (EC),  El Salvador (SV),  Guam (GU),  Haiti (HT),  Marshall Islands (MH),  Federated States of Micronesia (FM),  Northern Mariana Islands (MP),  Palau (PW),  Panama (PA),  Puerto Rico (PR),  Timor-Leste (TL),  Turks and Caicos Islands (TC),  U.S. Virgin Islands (VI),  Zimbabwe (ZW),
USN 997 2 United States dollar (next day) (funds code)  United States
UYI 940 0 Uruguay Peso en Unidades Indexadas (URUIURUI) (funds code)  Uruguay
UYU 858 2 Uruguayan peso  Uruguay
UZS 860 2 Uzbekistan som  Uzbekistan
VEF 937 2 Venezuelan bolívar  Venezuela
VND 704 0 Vietnamese dong  Vietnam
VUV 548 0 Vanuatu vatu  Vanuatu
WST 882 2 Samoan tala  Samoa
XAF 950 0 CFA franc BEAC  Cameroon (CM),  Central African Republic (CF),  Republic of the Congo (CG),  Chad (TD),  Equatorial Guinea (GQ),  Gabon (GA)
XAG 961 . Silver (one troy ounce)
XAU 959 . Gold (one troy ounce)
XBA 955 . European Composite Unit (EURCO) (bond market unit)
XBB 956 . European Monetary Unit (E.M.U.-6) (bond market unit)
XBC 957 . European Unit of Account 9 (E.U.A.-9) (bond market unit)
XBD 958 . European Unit of Account 17 (E.U.A.-17) (bond market unit)
XCD 951 2 East Caribbean dollar  Anguilla (AI),  Antigua and Barbuda (AG),  Dominica (DM),  Grenada (GD),  Montserrat (MS),  Saint Kitts and Nevis (KN),  Saint Lucia (LC),  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (VC)
XDR 960 . Special drawing rights International Monetary Fund
XOF 952 0 CFA franc BCEAO  Benin (BJ),  Burkina Faso (BF),  Côte d'Ivoire (CI),  Guinea-Bissau (GW),  Mali (ML),  Niger (NE),  Senegal (SN),  Togo (TG)
XPD 964 . Palladium (one troy ounce)
XPF 953 0 CFP franc (franc Pacifique) French territories of the Pacific Ocean:  French Polynesia (PF),  New Caledonia (NC),  Wallis and Futuna (WF)
XPT 962 . Platinum (one troy ounce)
XSU 994 . SUCRE Unified System for Regional Compensation (SUCRE)[10]
XTS 963 . Code reserved for testing purposes
XUA 965 . ADB Unit of Account African Development Bank[11]
XXX 999 . No currency
YER 886 2 Yemeni rial  Yemen
ZAR 710 2 South African rand  South Africa
ZMW 967 2 Zambian kwacha  Zambia
ZWL 932 2 Zimbabwean dollar A/10  Zimbabwe

USD/USS/USN, three currency codes belonging to the US

The US dollar has two codes assigned: USD and USN (next day). The USS (same day) code is not in use any longer, and was removed from the list of active ISO 4217 codes in March 2014.

According to UN/CEFACT recommendation 9, paragraphs 8–9 ECE/TRADE/203, 1996, available online:

8. In applications where monetary resources associated with a currency (i.e. funds) need not be specified and where a field identifier indicating currency is used, the first two (leftmost) characters are sufficient to identify a currency—example: US for United States dollars for general, unspecified purposes where a field identifier indicating currency is present. (A field identifier can be a preprinted field heading in an aligned document or a similarly-agreed application in electronic transmission of data.)
9. In applications where there is a need to distinguish between different types of currencies, or where funds are required as in the banking environment, or where there is no field identifier, the third (rightmost) character of the alphabetic code is an indicator, preferably mnemonic, derived from the name of the major currency unit or fund—example: USD for general, unspecified purposes; USN for United States dollar next-day funds, and USS for funds which are immediately available for Federal Reserve transfer, withdrawal in cash or transfer in like funds (same-day funds). Since there is no need for such a distinction in international trade applications, the funds codes have not been included in the Annex to the present Recommendation.

Non ISO 4217 currencies

Currencies without ISO 4217 currency codes

A number of currencies are not included in ISO 4217, because these currencies are: (a) minor currencies pegged 1:1 to a larger currency, even if independently regulated (b) a legal tender only issued as commemorative banknotes or coinage, or (c) a currency of an unrecognized or partially recognized state. These currencies include:

See Category:Fixed exchange rate for a list of all currently pegged currencies.

Unofficial currency codes

Despite having no official recognition in ISO 4217, the following non-ISO codes are sometimes used locally or commercially.

Code Num E[6] Currency Locations using this currency
CNH[13] - 2 Chinese yuan (when traded offshore) Hong Kong
CNT[14] - 2 Chinese yuan (when traded offshore) Taiwan
GGP 2 Guernsey pound Guernsey
IMP 2 Isle of Man pound also Manx pound Isle of Man
JEP 2 Jersey pound Jersey
KID[15] 2 Kiribati dollar Kiribati
PRB 2 Transnistrian ruble Transnistria (The code conflicts with ISO-4217 because PR stands for Puerto Rico. X should have been used for the first letter.)
TVD 2 Tuvalu dollar Tuvalu

In addition, GBX is sometimes used (for example on the London Stock Exchange) to denote Penny sterling, a subdivision of pound sterling, the currency for the United Kingdom.


Recently, cryptocurrencies have unofficially used ISO codes used on various cryptocurrency exchanges, for instance LTC for Litecoin, NMC for Namecoin and XRP for Ripples. SIX Interbank Clearing is currently studying the impact and role of cryptocurrencies and other independent currencies on ISO 4217.[16]

Code Num E[6] Currency Notes
BTC,[17] XBT[18] 8 Bitcoin BTC conflicts with ISO-4217 because BT stands for Bhutan.
ETH _ 2 Ether ETH code conflicts with ISO-4217 because ET stands for Ethiopia.
XMR _ 8 Monero
XRP _ 8 Ripple
XZC _ 8 Zcoin
ZEC _ 8 Zcash

Historical currency codes

A number of currencies were official ISO 4217 currency codes and currency names until their replacement by the euro or other currencies. The table below shows the ISO currency codes of former currencies and their common names (which do not always match the ISO 4217 names). These codes were first introduced in 1989 after a request from the reinsurance sector in 1988 was accepted.

Code Num E[6] Currency From Until Replaced by
XFU ... . UIC franc (special settlement currency) ? 2013-11-07 [19] EUR
ADF ... 2 Andorran franc 1960 1998-12-31 EUR
ADP 020 0 Andorran peseta 1869 1998-12-31 EUR
ATS 040 2 Austrian schilling 1945 1998-12-31 EUR
BAD 070 2 Bosnia and Herzegovina dinar 1992-07-01 1998 BAM
BEF 056 2 Belgian franc 1832 1998-12-31 EUR
BYB 112 2 Belarusian ruble 1992 1999-12-31 BYR
CYP 196 2 Cypriot pound 1879 2007-12-31 EUR
DEM 276 2 German mark 1948 2001-12-31 EUR
EEK 233 2 Estonian kroon 1992 2010-12-31 EUR
ESP 724 0 Spanish peseta 1869 1998-12-31 EUR
FIM 246 2 Finnish markka 1860 1998-12-31 EUR
FRF 250 2 French franc 1960 1998-12-31 EUR
GRD 300 2 Greek drachma 1954 2000-12-31 EUR
IEP 372 2 Irish pound 1938 1998-12-31 EUR
ITL 380 0 Italian lira 1861 1998-12-31 EUR
LTL 440 2 Lithuanian litas 1993 2014-12-31 EUR
LUF 442 2 Luxembourg franc 1944 1998-12-31 EUR
LVL 428 2 Latvian lats 1992 2013-12-31 EUR
MCF ... 2 Monegasque franc 1960 1998-12-31 EUR
MAF ... Moroccan franc 1921 1960–1976 MAD
MTL 470 2 Maltese lira 1972[20] 2007-12-31 EUR
NLG 528 2 Dutch guilder 1810s 1998-12-31 EUR
PTE 620 0 Portuguese escudo 1911-05-22 1998-12-31 EUR
SIT 705 2 Slovenian tolar 1991-10-08 2006-12-31 EUR
SKK 703 2 Slovak koruna 1993-02-08 2008-12-31 EUR
SML ... 0 San Marinese lira 1864 1998-12-31 EUR
VAL ... 0 Vatican lira 1929 1998-12-31 EUR
XEU 954 . European Currency Unit 1979-03-13 1998-12-31 EUR
AFA 004 Afghan afghani 1925 2003 AFN
AOK ... 0 Angolan kwanza 1977-01-08 1990-09-24 AON
AON 024 0 Angolan new kwanza 1990-09-25 1995-06-30 AOR
AOR 982 0 Angolan kwanza readjustado 1995-07-01 1999-11-30 AOA
ARL ... 2 Argentine peso ley 1970-01-01 1983-05-05 ARP
ARP 032 2 Argentine peso argentino 1983-06-06 1985-06-14 ARA
ARA 032 2 Argentine austral 1985-06-15 1991-12-31 ARS
AZM 031 0 Azerbaijani manat 1992-08-15 2006-01-01 AZN
BGL 100 2 Bulgarian lev A/99 1962 1999-07-05 BGN
BOP ... 2 Bolivian peso 1963-01-01 1987-01-01 BOB
BRB ... 2 Brazilian cruzeiro A/86 1970 1986-02-28 BRC
BRC 076 2 Brazilian cruzado A/89 1986-02-28 1989-01-15 BRN
BRN 076 2 Brazilian cruzado novo A/90 1989-01-16 1990-03-15 BRE
BRE 076 2 Brazilian cruzeiro A/93 1990-03-15 1993-08-01 BRR
BRR 987 2 Brazilian cruzeiro real A/94 1993-08-01 1994-06-30 BRL
CSD 891 2 Serbian dinar 2003-07-03 2006 RSD
CSK 200 Czechoslovak koruna 1919-04-10 1993-02-08 CZK/SKK
DDM 278 East German mark 1948-06-21 1990-07-01 DEM
ECS 218 0 Ecuadorian sucre 1884 2000 USD
ECV 983 . Ecuador Unidad de Valor Constante (funds code) 1993 2000-01-09
GQE ... Equatorial Guinean ekwele 1975 1985 XAF
ESA 996 Spanish peseta (account A) ? 1978 to 1981 ESP
ESB 995 Spanish peseta (account B) ? 1994-12 ESP
GNE ... Guinean syli 1971 1985 GNF
GHC 288 0 Ghanaian cedi 1967 2007-07-01 GHS
GWP 624 Guinea-Bissau peso 1975 1997 XOF
HRD 191 Croatian dinar 1991-12-23 1994-05-30 HRK
ILP ... 3, 2 Israeli lira 1948 1980 ILR
ILR ... 2 Israeli shekel 1980-02-24 1985-12-31 ILS
ISJ ... 2 Icelandic krona 1922 1981 ISK
LAJ ... Lao kip ? 1979 LAK
MGF 450 2 Malagasy franc 1963-07-01 2005-01-01 MGA
MKN ... Old Macedonian denar A/93 ? 1993 MKD
MLF 466 Mali franc ? 1984 XOF
MVQ ... Maldivian rupee ? 1981 MVR
MXP ... Mexican peso ? 1993 MXN
MZM 508 0 Mozambican metical 1980 2006-06-30 MZN
PEH ... Peruvian old sol 1863 1985-02-01 PEI
PEI 604 Peruvian inti 1985-02-01 1991-10-01 PEN
PLZ 616 Polish zloty A/94 1950-10-30 1994-12-31 PLN
TPE 626 Portuguese Timorese escudo 1959 1976 IDR
ROL 642 Romanian leu A/05 1952-01-28 2005 RON
RUR 810 2 Russian ruble A/97 1992 1997-12-31 RUB
SDP ... Sudanese old pound 1956 1992-06-08 SDD
SDD 736 Sudanese dinar 1992-06-08 2007-01-10 SDG
SRG 740 Suriname guilder ? 2004 SRD
SUR ... Soviet Union ruble 1961 1991 RUR
TJR 762 Tajikistani ruble 1995-05-10 2000-10-30 TJS
TMM 795 0 Turkmenistani manat 1993-11-1 2008-12-31 TMT
TRL 792 0 Turkish lira A/05 ? 2005 TRY
UAK 804 Ukrainian karbovanets 1992-10-1 1996-9-1 UAH
UGS ... Ugandan shilling A/87 ? 1987 UGX
USS 998 2 United States dollar (same day) (funds code)[21] ? 2014-03-28[22]
UYP ... Uruguay peso 1896 1975-07-01 UYN
UYN ... Uruguay new peso 1975-07-01[23] 1993-03-01 UYU
VEB 862 2 Venezuelan bolívar ? 2008-01-01 VEF
XFO ... Gold franc (special settlement currency) 1803 2003 XDR
YDD 720 South Yemeni dinar ? 1996-06-11 YER
YUD ... 2 Yugoslav dinar A/1989 1966-01-01 1989-12-31 YUN
YUN 890 2 Yugoslav dinar A/1992 1990-01-01 1992-06-30 YUR
YUR ... 2 Yugoslav dinar A/1993-09 1992-07-01 1993-09-30 YUO
YUO ... 2 Yugoslav dinar A/1993-12 1993-10-01 1993-12-31 YUG
YUG ... 2 Yugoslav dinar A/1994 1994-01-01 1994-01-23 YUM
YUM 891 2 Yugoslav dinar A/2003 1994-01-24 2003-07-02 CSD
ZAL 991 . South African financial rand (funds code) 1985-09-01 1995-03-13
ZMK 894 2 Zambian kwacha 1968-01-16[24] 2013-01-01 ZMW
ZRN 180 2 Zaïrean new zaïre 1993 1997 CDF
ZRZ 180 3 Zaïrean zaïre 1967 1993 ZRN
ZWC ... 2 Rhodesian dollar 1970-02-17 1980 ZWD
ZWD 716 2 Zimbabwean dollar A/06 1980-04-18 2006-07-31 ZWN
ZWN 942 2 Zimbabwean dollar A/08 2006-08-01 2008-07-31 ZWR
ZWR 935 2 Zimbabwean dollar A/09 2008-08-01 2009-02-02 ZWL

See also


  1. Current currencies & funds
  2. Current funds
  3. Historic denominations
  4. "Currency Code Services – ISO 4217 Maintenance Agency". Retrieved 2013-03-25.
  5. Rules for expressing monetary units
  6. 1 2 3 4 Number of digits after the decimal separator.
  7. 1 2 "Unidad de valor real (UVR) – Banco de la República de Colombia" [Unit of Real Value (UVR)]. Banco de la República (in Spanish). Retrieved 29 November 2013.
  8. According to Article 4 of the 1994 Paris Protocol . The Protocol allows the Palestinian Authority to adopt additional currencies. In  West Bank the Jordanian dinar is widely accepted and in  Gaza Strip the Egyptian pound is often used.
  9. 1 2 The Malagasy ariary and the Mauritanian ouguiya are technically divided into five subunits (the iraimbilanja and khoum respectively) the coins display "1/5" on their face and are referred to as a "fifth" (Khoum/cinquième); These are not used in practice, but when written out, a single significant digit is used. E.g. 1.2 UM.
  10. "Amendment of ISO 4217" (PDF). 17 October 2010.
  11. "Amendment of ISO 4217" (PDF). 7 April 2011.
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  13. "China's currency: the RMB, CNY, CNH...". Retrieved 30 April 2015.
  14. "Taiwan Signs Yuan Clearing Deal With China". Retrieved 6 July 2015.
  15. Hammett, Mike (2001). Dictionary of International Trade Finance Terms. Canterbury: Financial World Publishing. p. 176. ISBN 978-085297-576-3. Retrieved 29 November 2013.
  16. SIX Interbank ISO 4217: A controversial standard
  17. Nermin Hajdarbegovic (7 October 2014). "Bitcoin Foundation to Standardise Bitcoin Symbol and Code Next Year". CoinDesk. Retrieved 7 February 2015.
  18. Romain Dillet (9 August 2013). "Bitcoin Ticker Available On Bloomberg Terminal For Employees". TechCrunch. Retrieved 7 February 2015.
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  20. "Fate of Paper Money". 30 June 2008. Retrieved 8 July 2013.
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  23. "Banco Central del Uruguay - Cambios de Unidad Monetaria - 1° de julio de 1975".
  24. Bank of Zambia - Zambian Currency History

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