SWIFT Codes for banks in Egypt - Page 4

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
151ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKMAADI(MAADI BRANCH)ARIBEGCX011
152ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKPORT SAID(PORT SAID BRANCH)ARIBEGCX006
153ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKSHARM EL SHEIKH(SHARM EL SHEIKH BRANCH)ARIBEGCX012
154ARAB INTERNATIONAL BANKSHEIKH ZAYED CITY(SHEIKH ZAYED BRANCH)ARIBEGCX010
155ARAB INVESTMENT BANKCAIROAINBEGCA
156ARAB INVESTMENT BANKCAIRO(TRADE FINANCE CENTER)AINBEGCATFC
157ARQAAM SECURITIES BROKERAGE, S.A.E. EGYPTCAIROARQAEGCA
158ATTIJARIWAFA BANK EGYPT S.A.EALEXANDRIA(ALEXANDRIA BRANCH)BCBIEGCX003
159ATTIJARIWAFA BANK EGYPT S.A.ECAIROBCBIEGCX
160ATTIJARIWAFA BANK EGYPT S.A.ECAIRO(MOHANDESIEN BRANCH)BCBIEGCX005
161ATTIJARIWAFA BANK EGYPT S.A.ECAIRO(NASR CITY BRANCH)BCBIEGCX004
162BANK AUDI SAECAIROAUDBEGCA
163BANK OF ALEXANDRIA S A EALEXANDRIA(ALEXANDRIA BRANCH)ALEXEGCX001
164BANK OF ALEXANDRIA S A ECAIROALEXEGCX
165BANK OF ALEXANDRIA S A ECAIRO(CENTRAL REMITTANCES)ALEXEGCXRMT
166BANK OF ALEXANDRIA S A ECAIRO(COMPLIANCE)ALEXEGCXAML
167BANK OF ALEXANDRIA S A ECAIRO(FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS)ALEXEGCXFID
168BANK OF ALEXANDRIA S A ECAIRO(INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT)ALEXEGCX005
169BANK OF ALEXANDRIA S A ECAIRO(LETTERS OF CREDIT CAIRO)ALEXEGCXTFC
170BANK OF ALEXANDRIA S A ECAIRO(LETTERS OF GURANTEE CAIRO)ALEXEGCXLGC
171BANK OF ALEXANDRIA S A ECAIRO(LOAN OPERATIONS)ALEXEGCXLOP
172BANK OF ALEXANDRIA S A ECAIRO(LOCAL RECONCILIATIONS)ALEXEGCXACC
173BANK OF ALEXANDRIA S A ECAIRO(MUSKI BRANCH)ALEXEGCX004
174BANK OF ALEXANDRIA S A ECAIRO(SHERIF BRANCH)ALEXEGCX003
175BANK OF ALEXANDRIA S A EPORT SAID(PORT SAID BRANCH)ALEXEGCX002
176BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA,THECAIRONOSCEGCA
177BANQUE DU CAIRE6TH OF OCTOBER(6 OCTOBER)BCAIEGCX606
178BANQUE DU CAIREALEXANDRIA(AGAMY BRANCH)BCAIEGCX250
179BANQUE DU CAIREALEXANDRIA(BAB SEDRAH)BCAIEGCX285
180BANQUE DU CAIREALEXANDRIA(BACKUS BRANCH)BCAIEGCX220
181BANQUE DU CAIREALEXANDRIA(BORG EL ARAB BRANCH)BCAIEGCX255
182BANQUE DU CAIREALEXANDRIA(EBRAHEMIYA BRANCH)BCAIEGCX231
183BANQUE DU CAIREALEXANDRIA(EL EKBALL BRANCH)BCAIEGCX290
184BANQUE DU CAIREALEXANDRIA(EL WARDIAN BRANCH)BCAIEGCX201
185BANQUE DU CAIREALEXANDRIA(GLIM BRANCH)BCAIEGCX260
186BANQUE DU CAIREALEXANDRIA(MONTAZAH BRANCH)BCAIEGCX280
187BANQUE DU CAIREALEXANDRIA(SALAH SALEM BRANCH)BCAIEGCX210
188BANQUE DU CAIREALEXANDRIA(SAMOUHA BRANCH)BCAIEGCX270
189BANQUE DU CAIREALEXANDRIA(SESOSTREES BRANCH)BCAIEGCX200
190BANQUE DU CAIREALEXANDRIA(SPORTING BRANCH)BCAIEGCX230
191BANQUE DU CAIREASSUIT(ABU TEEG)BCAIEGCX760
192BANQUE DU CAIREASSUIT(ASSUIT BRANCH)BCAIEGCX640
193BANQUE DU CAIREASWAN(ABU SIMBAL)BCAIEGCX750
194BANQUE DU CAIREASWAN(ASWAN BRANCH)BCAIEGCX660
195BANQUE DU CAIREASWAN(EDFO)BCAIEGCX710
196BANQUE DU CAIREBANI SUEF(BENI SOWIF BRANCH)BCAIEGCX620
197BANQUE DU CAIREBANI SUEF(EHNASYA BRANCH)BCAIEGCX621
198BANQUE DU CAIREBANI SUEF(SAMASTTA)BCAIEGCX740
199BANQUE DU CAIREBEIRA(DAMANHOUR BRANCH)BCAIEGCX480
200BANQUE DU CAIREBEIRA(DELENGAT)BCAIEGCX483

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.