Egypt Bank SWIFT Code - Page 7

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
301BANQUE MISRCAIRO(NIL REGION)BMISEGCXNIL
302BANQUE MISRCAIRO(OVERSEAS BRANCH)BMISEGCX140
303BANQUE MISRCAIRO(TRADE FINANCE CENTER)BMISEGCXTFC
304BANQUE MISRPORT SAID(EL GOMHORIA ST. BRANCH)BMISEGCX373
305BANQUE MISRPORT SAID(PORT SAID BRANCH)BMISEGCX413
306BELTONE SECURITIES BROKERAGE S.A.ECAIROBELTEGCA
307BELTONE SECURITIES BROKERAGE S.A.ECAIRO(BELTONE AM)BELTEGCABAM
308BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.6TH OF OCTOBER(6 TH OCTOBER)MRBAEGCX014
309BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.ALEXANDRIA(ALEXANDRIA BRANCH)MRBAEGCX006
310BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.ALEXANDRIA(MANCHIA)MRBAEGCX025
311BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.ALEXANDRIA(MONTAZA)MRBAEGCX020
312BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.ALEXANDRIA(SHATBY)MRBAEGCX013
313BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.ALEXANDRIA(SMOUHA)MRBAEGCX036
314BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.ALEXANDRIA(SPORTING BRANCH)MRBAEGCX003
315BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIROMRBAEGCX030
316BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIROMRBAEGCX
317BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIRO(ABBASIA)MRBAEGCX016
318BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIRO(EL OBOUR)MRBAEGCX033
319BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIRO(HELIOPOLIS BRANCH)MRBAEGCX004
320BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIRO(KHALIFA ALMAAMOUN)MRBAEGCX022
321BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIRO(MANIAL BRANCH)MRBAEGCX029
322BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIRO(MOHANDSEEN BRANCH)MRBAEGCX005
323BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIRO(MUSTAFA EL-NAHAS)MRBAEGCX039
324BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIRO(NASR CITY BRANCH)MRBAEGCX009
325BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIRO(NEW CAIRO)MRBAEGCX023
326BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIRO(NEW MAADI)MRBAEGCX024
327BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIRO(OPERA BRANCH)MRBAEGCX008
328BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIRO(OROUBA)MRBAEGCX021
329BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIRO(SHOUBRA)MRBAEGCX019
330BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.CAIRO(ZAMALEK BRANCH)MRBAEGCX002
331BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.DOMIAT(DOMYAT)MRBAEGCX017
332BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.EL DAKAHLIAA(MIT GHAMR)MRBAEGCX038
333BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.EL MENIA(EL MENIA)MRBAEGCX035
334BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.GIZA(DOKKI)MRBAEGCX012
335BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.GIZA(MOSADAK)MRBAEGCX032
336BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.GIZA(OCTOBER 2)MRBAEGCX040
337BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.GIZA(PYRAMIDS)MRBAEGCX027
338BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.GIZA(SHEIKH ZAYED)MRBAEGCX031
339BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.HELIOPOLIS(SHERATON)MRBAEGCX037
340BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.HURGHADA(HURGHADA BRANCH)MRBAEGCX007
341BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.ISMAILIA(ISMAILIA)MRBAEGCX018
342BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.MAADI(MAADI)MRBAEGCX010
343BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.MANSURA(MANSORA)MRBAEGCX015
344BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.PORT SAID(PORT SAID)MRBAEGCX026
345BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.SHARM EL SHEIKH(SHARM ELSHEIKH)MRBAEGCX011
346BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.SUEZ(SUEZ BRANCH)MRBAEGCX034
347BLOM BANK EGYPT S.A.E.TANTA(TANTA)MRBAEGCX028
348CAIRO CAPITAL SECURITIESCAIROCRCSEGCA
349CENTRAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIROALEXANDRIA(ALEXANDRIA BRANCH)CBEGEGCXALX
350CENTRAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIROALEXANDRIA(CBE ALEXANDRIA BRANCH)CBEGEGCAALX

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.