International Securities Identification Number

An International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) identifies a security, including bonds, commercial papers, stocks and warrants.

The ISIN number is a 12-character alpha-numerical code consisting of three parts: a two-letter country code, a nine-character alpha-numeric national security identifier, and a single check digit.

The International Securities Identification Number (ISIN, ISO 6166) Generator generates 12-character alpha-numerical codes consisting of three groups of characters separated by hyphens.

The dialog box of the ISIN Generator contains some of the Basic Settings. You can customize the generator by changing the basic settings.

Custom Settings


Specify a separator to be included between the groups of digits. By default, digits are separated by a hyphen.

Checkbox column

Clear the checkbox next to the country you want to exclude from the generation.


Contains names of the countries.

Weight column

Specify the weight of each category of countries.

Percentage (%) column

Shows the percentage of occurrences of each value in the column with respect to the rest of the values (based on the relevant weights).