Egypt Bank SWIFT Code - Page 15

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Egypt. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. Passive participants codes are excluded from the list.

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IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
701MASHREQ BANKCAIRO(RETAIL BANK)MSHQEGCARBG
702MASHREQ BANKCAIRO(TREASURY)MSHQEGCATCM
703MCSD MISR FOR CLEARING,DEPOSITORY AND REGISTRYCAIROMCSDEGCA
704MCSD MISR FOR CLEARING,DEPOSITORY AND REGISTRYCAIRO(EGYPTIAN INVESTOR PROTECTION FUND DEPARTMENT )MCSDEGCAIPF
705MIDBANK6TH OF OCTOBER(6TH OCT UNIVERSITY BRANCH)MIDBEGCXUNV
706MIDBANK6TH OF OCTOBER(6TH OF OCTOBER BRANCH)MIDBEGCXOCT
707MIDBANKALEXANDRIA(ALEXANDRIA BRANCH)MIDBEGCXALX
708MIDBANKBANI SUEF(BANI SWAIF BRANCH)MIDBEGCXBNS
709MIDBANKCAIRO(ADLY BRANCH)MIDBEGCXADL
710MIDBANKCAIRO(HELIOPOLIS BRANCH)MIDBEGCXHLP
711MIDBANKCAIRO(MAADI BRANCH)MIDBEGCXMAD
712MIDBANKCAIRO(NASR CITY BRANCH)MIDBEGCXNSR
713MIDBANKCAIRO(NEW CAIRO BR)MIDBEGCXNCA
714MIDBANKDAMIETA(DAMIETTA BRANCH)MIDBEGCXDAM
715MIDBANKGIZAMIDBEGCX
716MIDBANKGIZA(ACCOUNTING DEPT.)MIDBEGCXACC
717MIDBANKGIZA(DEALING DEPT.)MIDBEGCXDEL
718MIDBANKGIZA(DOCUMENTARY CREDIT DEPT.)MIDBEGCXLCD
719MIDBANKGIZA(GIZA BRANCH)MIDBEGCXGZA
720MIDBANKGIZA(MOHADESEEN BRANCH)MIDBEGCXMHD
721MIDBANKPORT SAID(PORT SAID BRANCH)MIDBEGCXPTS
722MIDBANKSUHAG(SUHAG BR)MIDBEGCXSUH
723MIDBANKTANTA(TANTA BRANCH)MIDBEGCXTAT
724MIDBANKTHE TENTH OF RAMADAN(THE TENTH OF RAMADAN BRANCH)MIDBEGCXRAM
725NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT6TH OF OCTOBER(6TH OF OCTBER BRANCH)NBEGEGCX182
726NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT6TH OF OCTOBER(DREAM LAND BRANCH)NBEGEGCX197
727NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT6TH OF OCTOBER(ELHAY ELMOTAMEZ BRANCH)NBEGEGCX084
728NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT6TH OF OCTOBER(ELSHEKH ZAYED BRANCH)NBEGEGCX199
729NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT6TH OF OCTOBER(PALM MALL BRANCH)NBEGEGCX667
730NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT6TH OF OCTOBER(SMART VILLAGE)NBEGEGCX192
731NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTABSHEWAI(ABSHEWAI BRANCH)NBEGEGCX501
732NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTABU SEMBEL(ABU SEMBEL BRANCH)NBEGEGCX541
733NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTAL GHARBIAH(AL FATEH BRANCH)NBEGEGCX373
734NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTAL OBOUR(EL OBOUR)NBEGEGCX071
735NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTAL OBOUR(GOLF CITY EL-OBOUR)NBEGEGCX041
736NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(ABUL ABBAS BRANCH)NBEGEGCX220
737NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(AL-AMERIYA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX240
738NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(AL-MANDRA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX229
739NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(ALEXANDRIA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX200
740NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(ALEXANDRIA PORT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX228
741NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(ALEXANDRIA UNIVERSITY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX207
742NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(BAKOUS BRANCH)NBEGEGCX206
743NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(CAMP SHEZAR)NBEGEGCX233
744NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(CENTRAL ALEXANDRIA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX241
745NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(DOWN TOWN BRANCH)NBEGEGCX227
746NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(EL ALAMEIN BRANCH)NBEGEGCX246
747NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(EL HANOVIL BRANCH)NBEGEGCX230
748NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(EL KABARY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX232
749NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(EL-AGAMI BRANCH)NBEGEGCX204
750NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(EL-EKBAL BRANCH)NBEGEGCX203

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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About SWIFT Codes


SWIFT/BIC codes are used to identify specific banks and branches in international money transfers, making sure your money gets to the right place. These codes are used by banks to process international wire transfers and messages.

All SWIFT codes consist of 8 or 11 characters. An 11 digit code refers to a specific branch, while an 8 digit code (or one ending in 'XXX') refers to the bank's head office. SWIFT code registrations are handled by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT). The term SWIFT is often used interchangeably with BIC, which stands for Bank Identifier Code.

The tools here are provided for informational purposes only. Whilst every effort is made to provide accurate data, users must acknowledge that this website accepts no liability whatsoever with respect to its accuracy. Only your bank can confirm the correct bank account information. If you are making an important or time-critical payment, we recommend you contact your bank first.