SWIFT Codes for banks in Kenya

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Kenya. 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
1ABSA BANK KENYA PLCELDORETELDORET BRANCHBARCKENXELD
2ABSA BANK KENYA PLCMOMBASADIGO ROAD MOMBASABARCKENXMDR
3ABSA BANK KENYA PLCMOMBASANKRUMAH ROAD BRANCHBARCKENXMNR
4ABSA BANK KENYA PLCNAIROBIBARCKENX
5ABSA BANK KENYA PLCNAIROBIBACK OFFICE PROCESSING CENTRE, BANK HOUSEBARCKENXOCB
6ABSA BANK KENYA PLCNAIROBICARD CENTRE NAIROBIBARCKENXNCC
7ABSA BANK KENYA PLCNAIROBIDEALERS DEPARTMENT H/OBARCKENXDLR
8ABSA BANK KENYA PLCNAIROBINAIROBI DISTRIBUTION CENTREBARCKENXNDC
9ABSA BANK KENYA PLCNAIROBIPAYMENTS AND INTERNATIONAL SERVICESBARCKENXPIS
10ABSA BANK KENYA PLCNAIROBIPLAZA BUSINESS CENTREBARCKENXNPB
11ABSA BANK KENYA PLCNAIROBITRADE PROCESSING CENTREBARCKENXTPC
12ABSA BANK KENYA PLCNAIROBIVOUCHER PROCESSING CENTREBARCKENXVPC
13ACCESS BANK (KENYA) PLCNAIROBIABNGKENA
14AFRICAN BANKING CORPORATION LTDNAIROBIABCLKENA
15BANK OF AFRICA KENYA LTDMOMBASAMOMBASA BRANCHAFRIKENX002
16BANK OF AFRICA KENYA LTDNAIROBIAFRIKENX
17BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTDELDORETELDORET BRANCHBARBKENAELD
18BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTDKAKAMEGAKAKAMEGA BRANCHBARBKENAKAK
19BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTDKISUMUKISUMU BRANCHBARBKENAKIS
20BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTDMERUMERU BRANCHBARBKENAMER
21BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTDMOMBASADIGO ROAD, MOMBASABARBKENAMOM
22BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTDMOMBASAMOMBASA ROAD BRANCHBARBKENAMRN
23BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTDMOMBASANYALI BRANCH, MOMBASA, KENYABARBKENANYA
24BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTDNAIROBIBARBKENA
25BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTDNAIROBIDIAMOND PLAZABARBKENADIA
26BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTDNAIROBIINDUSTRIAL AREA BR.BARBKENAIND
27BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTDNAIROBINAIROBI MAINBARBKENANMO
28BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTDNAIROBISARIT CENTREBARBKENASAR
29BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTDNAKURUNAKURU BRANCHBARBKENANAK
30BANK OF BARODA (KENYA) LTDTHIKATHIKA BRANCHBARBKENATHI
31BANK OF INDIAELDORETELDORETBKIDKENAELD
32BANK OF INDIAKISUMUKISUMUBKIDKENAKSM
33BANK OF INDIAMOMBASAMOMBASA BRBKIDKENAMSA
34BANK OF INDIANAIROBIBKIDKENA
35BANK OF INDIANAIROBIINDUSTRIAL AREA BRBKIDKENAIAB
36BANK OF INDIANAIROBIWESTLANDS BRBKIDKENAWST
37CARITAS MICROFINANCE BANK LIMITEDNAIROBICRMFKENA
38CENTRAL BANK OF KENYANAIROBICBKEKENB
39CENTRAL BANK OF KENYANAIROBICBKEKENX
40CENTRAL BANK OF KENYANAIROBIBANKING DIVISIONCBKEKENXBKG
41CENTRAL BANK OF KENYANAIROBICURRENCY DIVISIONCBKEKENXCNY
42CENTRAL BANK OF KENYANAIROBINATIONAL DEBT DIVISIONCBKEKENXNDO
43CENTRAL DEPOSITORY AND SETTLEMENT CORPORATIONNAIROBICDSNKENA
44CITIBANK N.A. NAIROBINAIROBICITIKENA
45CITIBANK N.A. NAIROBINAIROBITRADE SERVICES DEPARTMENTCITIKENATRD
46CONSOLIDATED BANK OF KENYA LTDNAIROBICONKKENA
47CREDIT BANK LIMITEDNAIROBICRBTKENA
48DEVELOPMENT BANK OF KENYA LIMITEDNAIROBIDEVKKENA
49DIAMOND TRUST BANK KENYA LIMITEDNAIROBIHEAD OFFICEDTKEKENA
50DIB BANK KENYA LTDNAIROBIDUIBKENA

Last Database Update : 06-JUL-2022

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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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