SWIFT Codes for banks in Egypt - Page 16

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
751MIDBANKGIZA(GIZA BRANCH)MIDBEGCXGZA
752MIDBANKGIZA(MOHADESEEN BRANCH)MIDBEGCXMHD
753MIDBANKPORT SAID(PORT SAID BRANCH)MIDBEGCXPTS
754MIDBANKSUHAG(SUHAG BR)MIDBEGCXSUH
755MIDBANKTANTA(TANTA BRANCH)MIDBEGCXTAT
756MIDBANKTHE TENTH OF RAMADAN(THE TENTH OF RAMADAN BRANCH)MIDBEGCXRAM
757NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT6TH OF OCTOBER(6TH OF OCTBER BRANCH)NBEGEGCX182
758NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT6TH OF OCTOBER(DREAM LAND BRANCH)NBEGEGCX197
759NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT6TH OF OCTOBER(ELHAY ELMOTAMEZ BRANCH)NBEGEGCX084
760NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT6TH OF OCTOBER(ELSHEKH ZAYED BRANCH)NBEGEGCX199
761NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT6TH OF OCTOBER(PALM MALL BRANCH)NBEGEGCX667
762NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT6TH OF OCTOBER(SMART VILLAGE)NBEGEGCX192
763NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTABSHEWAI(ABSHEWAI BRANCH)NBEGEGCX501
764NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTABU SEMBEL(ABU SEMBEL BRANCH)NBEGEGCX541
765NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTAL GHARBIAH(AL FATEH BRANCH)NBEGEGCX373
766NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTAL OBOUR(EL OBOUR)NBEGEGCX071
767NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTAL OBOUR(GOLF CITY EL-OBOUR)NBEGEGCX041
768NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(ABUL ABBAS BRANCH)NBEGEGCX220
769NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(AL-AMERIYA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX240
770NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(AL-MANDRA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX229
771NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(ALEXANDRIA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX200
772NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(ALEXANDRIA LIBRARY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX247
773NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(ALEXANDRIA PORT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX228
774NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(ALEXANDRIA UNIVERSITY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX207
775NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(BAKOUS BRANCH)NBEGEGCX206
776NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(CAMP SHEZAR)NBEGEGCX233
777NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(CENTRAL ALEXANDRIA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX241
778NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(DOWN TOWN BRANCH)NBEGEGCX227
779NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(EL ALAMEIN BRANCH)NBEGEGCX246
780NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(EL HANOVIL BRANCH)NBEGEGCX230
781NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(EL KABARY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX232
782NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(EL-AGAMI BRANCH)NBEGEGCX204
783NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(EL-EKBAL BRANCH)NBEGEGCX203
784NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(EL-HANSHIA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX202
785NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(EL-MONTAZAH BRANCH)NBEGEGCX205
786NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(EL-SEYOUF BRANCH)NBEGEGCX216
787NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(ELSHALALAT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX224
788NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(GREEN PLAZA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX243
789NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(LOCAL LETTERS OF GUARANTEE ALEXANDRIA CENTER)NBEGEGCX561
790NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(LOURAN BRANCH)NBEGEGCX239
791NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(MAHATET EL RAML BRANCH)NBEGEGCX215
792NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(MOHARAM BEIK BRANCH)NBEGEGCX210
793NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(MOSTAFA KAMEL BRANCH)NBEGEGCX226
794NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(NEW NUBARIA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX244
795NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(ROSHDY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX236
796NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(SABA PASHA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX242
797NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(SAINT JENNY KAFR ABDOU BRANCH)NBEGEGCX249
798NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(SAN STEFANO BRANCH)NBEGEGCX218
799NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(SEDI GABER EL SHEIKH BRANCH)NBEGEGCX238
800NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(SEDI GABER STATION BRANCH)NBEGEGCX234

Last Database Update : 01-OCT-2020

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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.