IBAN or Iban may refer to:

  • Ibán Espadas
    Ibán Espadas
    Ibán Espadas Zubizarreta is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Orihuela CF in Segunda División B, as a forward.-Football career:...

     (born 1978), footballer
  • Iban Iriondo
    Iban Iriondo
    Iban Iriondo Uranga is a Spanish professional road bicycle racer. He rode for UCI ProTeam Euskaltel-Euskadi between 2006 and 2007.- External links :*...

     (born 1984), bicycle racer
  • Iban Mayo
    Iban Mayo
    Iban Mayo Diez is a professional road bicycle racer. His successes have been overshadowed by doping....

     (born 1977), bicycle racer
  • Iban Mayoz
    Iban Mayoz
    Iban Mayoz Exteberria is a Spanish professional road bicycle racer, currently not under contract to any team...

     (born 1981), bicycle racer
  • Iban Nokan, anthropologist and ethnographer
  • Iban Parra
    Iban Parra
    Iban Parra López is a Spanish football player.-External links:* at BDFutbol...

     (born 1977), football player
  • Ibán Pérez
    Ibán Pérez
    Ibán Pérez is a volleyball player from Spain men's national volleyball team. Pérez represented Spain at the 2007 European Championship in Moscow, Russia. He was honored as the best scorer at the 2010 FIVB Men's World Championship.-References:*...

     (born 1983), volleyball player
  • Iban Zubiaurre (born 1983), footballer

  • Iban language
    Iban language
    The Iban language is spoken by the Iban, a branch of the Dayak ethnic group formerly known as "Sea Dayak" who live in Sarawak, the Indonesian province of Kalimantan Barat and in Brunei. It belongs to the Malayo-Polynesian branch of the Austronesian language family, and is related to Malay, more...

  • Iban people
    Iban people
    The Ibans are a branch of the Dayak peoples of Borneo. In Malaysia, most Ibans are located in Sarawak, a small portion in Sabah and some in west Malaysia. They were formerly known during the colonial period by the British as Sea Dayaks. Ibans were renowned for practising headhunting and...

     (or Sea Dayak), an ethnic group in Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo) and Sarawak
  • International Bank Account Number
    International Bank Account Number
    The International Bank Account Number is an international standard for identifying bank accounts across national borders with a minimal risk of propagating transcription errors. It was originally adopted by the European Committee for Banking Standards , and was later adopted as an international...

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