SWIFT Codes for banks in Egypt - Page 17

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
801NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(SHATBY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX248
802NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(SIDIBESHR BRANCH)NBEGEGCX231
803NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(SMOUHA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX211
804NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(SOMOHA CLUB BRANCH)NBEGEGCX209
805NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(TAHIA MASR BRANCH)NBEGEGCX235
806NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(TOSSON BRANCH)NBEGEGCX201
807NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(VECTORYA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX222
808NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTALEXANDRIA(ZEIZINIA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX208
809NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASSUIT(ABU TIG BRANCH)NBEGEGCX515
810NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASSUIT(ASSUIT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX514
811NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASSUIT(ASSUIT UNIVERSITY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX516
812NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASSUIT(BRANCH OF QUSIYA NEW)NBEGEGCX568
813NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASSUIT(DAYROOT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX536
814NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASSUIT(EL-KHARGA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX544
815NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASSUIT(EL-KOSSEYA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX535
816NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASSUIT(NEW ASSIUT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX550
817NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASSUIT(SAHEL SELIM BRANCH)NBEGEGCX496
818NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASSUIT(SEDFA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX545
819NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASSUIT(TIBA LUXOR BRANCH)NBEGEGCX497
820NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASWAN(ASWAN BRANCH)NBEGEGCX528
821NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASWAN(DERAW BRANCH)NBEGEGCX534
822NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASWAN(EDFOU BRANCH)NBEGEGCX529
823NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASWAN(EL-AQAD BRANCH)NBEGEGCX531
824NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASWAN(KOM OMBO BRANCH)NBEGEGCX530
825NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTASWAN(NEW ASWAN BRANCH)NBEGEGCX489
826NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTBADR CITY(RUBIKY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX057
827NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTBANHA(BANHA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX376
828NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTBANI MAZAR(BANI MAZAR BRANCH)NBEGEGCX510
829NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTBANI SUEF(BANI SUEF BRANCH)NBEGEGCX504
830NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTBANI SUEF(BENI SUEF GOVERNORATE BRANCH)NBEGEGCX490
831NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTBANI SUEF(BOSH BRANCH)NBEGEGCX507
832NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTBANI SUEF(EL-FASHN BRANCH)NBEGEGCX505
833NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTBANI SUEF(EL-WASTA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX506
834NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTBANI SUEF(SHARK BENI SUEF BRANCH)NBEGEGCX546
835NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTBELBEIS(BELBEIS BRANCH)NBEGEGCX425
836NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTBOURG EL ARAB(BOURG EL ARAB BRANCH)NBEGEGCX217
837NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRONBEGEGCX
838NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(10TH DISTRICT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX040
839NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(15 MAY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX087
840NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(9 STREET MOKATTAM BRANCH)NBEGEGCX012
841NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(ABBAS ELAKAD BRANCH)NBEGEGCX073
842NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(ABDEL AZIZ AL SOUD BRANCH)NBEGEGCX031
843NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(ABO DAWOOD EL ZAHRY)NBEGEGCX021
844NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(ABUBAKR ELSEDEEK)NBEGEGCX063
845NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(ADAY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX170
846NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(ADLY STREET BRANCH)NBEGEGCX635
847NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(AGHAKHAN BRANCH)NBEGEGCX156
848NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(AHALINA PROJECT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX013
849NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(AIN SHAMS BRANCH)NBEGEGCX131
850NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(AIRPORT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX105

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.