When you request a bank transfer withdrawal, you will in some cases, depending on your bank's country of origin, need to enter the IBAN and SWIFT / BIC. The IBAN is an abbreviation for International Bank Account Number and is used when transferring / receiving a transaction to / from a foreign bank. The IBAN usually starts with a country code (SE) and ends with your account number. There are websites where you can calculate your codes. You can also contact your bank and ask for help.