SWIFT Codes for banks in Egypt - Page 3

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
101ARAB AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIRO(MOHANDSEEN BRANCH)ARAIEGCXMOH
102ARAB AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIRO(TRANSFERS)ARAIEGCXTRF
103ARAB AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIRO(WESTER UNION)ARAIEGCXWUN
104ARAB AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL BANKTANTAARAIEGCXTNT
105ARAB BANK FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICACAIROAEDAEGCA
106ARAB BANK PLC6TH OF OCTOBER(6TH OF OCTOBER BRANCH)ARABEGCXOCT
107ARAB BANK PLCALEXANDRIA(ALEXANDRIA BRANCH)ARABEGCXALX
108ARAB BANK PLCALEXANDRIA(SPORTING BRANCH)ARABEGCXSPR
109ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(ALI AMEEN BRANCH)ARABEGCXAMN
110ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(ALI AMEEN BRANCH)ARABEGCXNSA
111ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(ARAB BANK PLC NOZHA)ARABEGCXNOZ
112ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(CAIRO BRANCH)ARABEGCXCAI
113ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(CENTRAL OPERATION UNIT)ARABEGCXCOU
114ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(DOKKI BRANCH)ARABEGCXDKI
115ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(EGYPT AREA MANAGEMENT - CAIRO)ARABEGCX
116ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(EL MOKATAM BRANCH)ARABEGCXMKT
117ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(EL-GOMHORIA BRANCH)ARABEGCXGMH
118ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(EL-HEGAZ BRANCH)ARABEGCXHGZ
119ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(EL-MOHANDESSEEN BRANCH)ARABEGCXMHD
120ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(EL-TAHRIR BRANCH)ARABEGCXTHR
121ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(HELIOPOLIS BRANCH)ARABEGCXHEL
122ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(MAADI BRANCH)ARABEGCXMDI
123ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(NASR BRANCH)ARABEGCXNSR
124ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(SHOUBRA BRANCH)ARABEGCXSHO
125ARAB BANK PLCCAIRO(ZAMALEK BRANCH)ARABEGCXZMK
126ARAB BANK PLCGIZA(AL HARAM BRANCH)ARABEGCXHRM
127ARAB BANK PLCGIZA(EL-THAWRA BRANCH)ARABEGCXSAW
128ARAB BANK PLCSHARM EL SHEIKH(SHARM-ELSHEIKH BRANCH)ARABEGCXSHR
129ARAB BANK PLCTHE TENTH OF RAMADAN(THE TENTH OF RAMADAN BRANCH)ARABEGCXRMD
130ARAB BANKING CORPORATION EGYPTCAIROEAABEGCX
131ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANK6TH OF OCTOBER(6TH OF OCTOBER)ARIBEGCX009
132ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKALEXANDRIAARIBEGCX015
133ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKALEXANDRIA(ALEXANDRIA BRANCH)ARIBEGCX002
134ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKALEXANDRIA(SMOUHA BRANCH)ARIBEGCX016
135ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIROARIBEGCX019
136ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIROARIBEGCX020
137ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIROARIBEGCX
138ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIRO(AMMAR BIN YASSER BRANCH)ARIBEGCX014
139ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIRO(HEAD OFFICE)ARIBEGCX001
140ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIRO(HELIOPOLICE BRANCH)ARIBEGCX005
141ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIRO(LOCAL BANK DEPARTMENT)ARIBEGCXLBR
142ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIRO(MOHANDISEEN BRANCH)ARIBEGCX008
143ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIRO(MONEY OPER. DEPT.)ARIBEGCXMOP
144ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIRO(NASR CITY BRANCH)ARIBEGCX004
145ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIRO(SARWAT BRANCH)ARIBEGCX007
146ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIRO(TAGAMO BRANCH (STELLA))ARIBEGCX013
147ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIRO(TAHRIR BRANCH)ARIBEGCX003
148ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKCAIRO(ZAMMALEK BRANCH)ARIBEGCX017
149ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKEL MANSOURAARIBEGCX018
150ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKGIZA(SODIC BRANCH)ARIBEGCX021

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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