SWIFT Codes for banks in Egypt - Page 20

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
951NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(MERRYLAND BRANCH)NBEGEGCX074
952NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(MISR EL-KADIMA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX176
953NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(MISR STATION BR)NBEGEGCX081
954NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(MOHAMMED MAZHAR BRANCH)NBEGEGCX019
955NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(MOSTAFA AL - NAHASS BRANCH)NBEGEGCX052
956NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(MUBARAK ACADEMY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX145
957NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(NADI EL MAADI BRANCH)NBEGEGCX194
958NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(NASR CITY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX104
959NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(NAZIH KHALIFA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX128
960NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(NEKABET ELMOHANDSEEN BRANCH)NBEGEGCX124
961NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(NEW CAIRO BRANCH)NBEGEGCX146
962NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(NORTH CAIRO BRANCH)NBEGEGCX110
963NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(OLYMBIC CENTER MAADI)NBEGEGCX033
964NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(OMER EBN ELKHATAB BRANCH)NBEGEGCX144
965NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(OMRAT EL OUBOR BRANCH)NBEGEGCX032
966NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(ORUBA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX134
967NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(OUTWARD LETTERS OF GUARANTEE CENTER)NBEGEGCX563
968NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(PETROSPORT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX147
969NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(PYRAMIDS BRANCH)NBEGEGCX163
970NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(RABAA EL ADAWYA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX125
971NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(RAMSIS BRANCH)NBEGEGCX007
972NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(REHAB 2 BRANCH)NBEGEGCX642
973NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(ROAD EL FARAG BRANCH)NBEGEGCX152
974NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(ROXY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX126
975NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(SAMA ELMAADI BRANCH)NBEGEGCX172
976NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(SARAYAT EL MAADI BRANCH)NBEGEGCX158
977NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(SARWAT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX003
978NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(SECOND DISTRICT SHOROUK BRANCH)NBEGEGCX029
979NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(SECURITIES ACCOUNTING DEPT)NBEGEGCX589
980NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(SECURITIES DEPARTMENT)NBEGEGCX820
981NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(SHERATON HELIPOLES BRANCH)NBEGEGCX078
982NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(SHOBRA EL-KHEMA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX173
983NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(SHOUBRA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX153
984NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(SOQ OCT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX065
985NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(SOUK ELGOMLA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX136
986NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(THE FIFTIES OF ZAHRA MAADI BRANCH)NBEGEGCX020
987NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(TIBA 2000 BRANCH)NBEGEGCX121
988NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(TOWER BRANCH)NBEGEGCX077
989NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(TREASURY DEPT.,BACK OFFICE)NBEGEGCX626
990NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(TRIUMPH BRANCH)NBEGEGCX129
991NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(YOUSSEF ABBAS BRANCH)NBEGEGCX056
992NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(ZAHRAA AIN SHAMS BRANCH)NBEGEGCX014
993NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(ZAHRAA ALMAADY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX096
994NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTCAIRO(ZAKER HUSSIEN BRANCH)NBEGEGCX053
995NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTDAHAB(DAHAB BRANCH)NBEGEGCX353
996NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTDAMANHOUR(DAMANHOUR BRANCH)NBEGEGCX390
997NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTDAMIETA(FARASKOUR BRANCH)NBEGEGCX317
998NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTDESOUK(DESOUK BRANCH)NBEGEGCX399
999NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTDOMIAT(AZBET ELBOURG BRANCH)NBEGEGCX409
1000NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTDOMIAT(DOMIAT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX410

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.

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