Egypt Bank SWIFT Code - Page 23

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
1101NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTMANFALOT(MANFALOT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX517
1102NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTMARSA ALAM(ELMADINA MARSA ALAM BRANCH)NBEGEGCX305
1103NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTMARSA MATROUH(EL HAMAM BRANCH)NBEGEGCX223
1104NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTMARSA MATROUH(EL-SALOOM BRANCH)NBEGEGCX219
1105NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTMARSA MATROUH(MERSA MATROUH BRANCH)NBEGEGCX213
1106NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTMENIA EL KAMH(DIARB NEGM BRANCH)NBEGEGCX422
1107NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTMENOUF(MENOUF BRANCH)NBEGEGCX417
1108NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTMIT GHAMR(MIT GHAMR BRANCH)NBEGEGCX434
1109NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTNAGA HAMMADI(NAGA HAMMADI BRANCH)NBEGEGCX526
1110NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTNEW CAIRO(AL QRONFEL BRANCH)NBEGEGCX067
1111NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTNEW CAIRO(EL HAMD MALL BRANCH)NBEGEGCX051
1112NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTNEW CAIRO(LETTERS OF GUARANTEE CONTROL UNIT)NBEGEGCX585
1113NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTNEW CAIRO(MINISTRY OF INTERIOR BRANCH)NBEGEGCX026
1114NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTNEW CAIRO(WATERWAY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX042
1115NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTNEWEBAA(NEWEBAA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX352
1116NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTNORTH SINAI(RAFAH BRANCH)NBEGEGCX335
1117NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTPORT SAID(23 JULY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX313
1118NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTPORT SAID(EL GOMHORYA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX315
1119NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTPORT SAID(EL KUWAIT AVENUE BRANCH)NBEGEGCX311
1120NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTPORT SAID(LOCAL LETTERS OF GUARANTEE CANAL CENTER)NBEGEGCX562
1121NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTPORT SAID(PORT FOUAD BRANCH)NBEGEGCX312
1122NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTPORT SAID(PORT SAID BRANCH)NBEGEGCX310
1123NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTPORT SAID(PORT-SAID-AL GOMROK BRANCH)NBEGEGCX314
1124NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTQAHA(QAHA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX375
1125NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTQALIOBIA(EL-KANATER ELKHAYRIA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX112
1126NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTQALIOBIA(KAFR SHOKR BRANCH)NBEGEGCX374
1127NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTQALIOBIA(MANSHEYET ALHORIYA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX034
1128NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTQALIOBIA(QALIOB BRANCH)NBEGEGCX093
1129NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTQALIOBIA(SAAD ZAGHLOUL BRANCH)NBEGEGCX377
1130NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTQALIOBIA(SHEBIN EL KNATER BRANCH)NBEGEGCX030
1131NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTQALIOBIA(TOUKH BRANCH)NBEGEGCX441
1132NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTQUESNA(QUESNA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX415
1133NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSAMALOOT(SAMALOOT BRANCH)NBEGEGCX511
1134NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSAMANOUD(SAMANOUD BRANCH)NBEGEGCX384
1135NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSHARKYA(AWLAD SAKR BRANCH)NBEGEGCX316
1136NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSHARM EL SHEIKH(KHALIG NABAQ BRANCH)NBEGEGCX348
1137NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSHARM EL SHEIKH(NAEMA BAY BRANCH)NBEGEGCX349
1138NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSHARM EL SHEIKH(SAVOY SHARM EL SHEIKH BRANCH)NBEGEGCX359
1139NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSHARM EL SHEIKH(SHARM EL SHEIKH BRANCH)NBEGEGCX340
1140NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSHIBIN EL KOM(SHEBIN EL KOM BRANCH)NBEGEGCX412
1141NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSHOROUK(EL SHOROUK BRANCH)NBEGEGCX114
1142NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSHOUBRA(VICTORIA SQUARE)NBEGEGCX059
1143NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSOHAG(AKHMIM BRANCH)NBEGEGCX499
1144NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSOHAG(EL FATTH BRANCH)NBEGEGCX520
1145NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSOHAG(EL-BALYANA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX539
1146NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSOHAG(EL-KAWTHER BRANCH)NBEGEGCX543
1147NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSOHAG(EL-MARAGHA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX518
1148NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSOHAG(NEW SOHAG BRANCH)NBEGEGCX551
1149NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSOHAG(SAQLATA BRANCH)NBEGEGCX488
1150NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPTSOHAG(SOHAG BRANCH)NBEGEGCX519

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.