SWIFT Code NBADMYKLLAU - FIRST ABU DHABI BANK PJSC ( FORMERLY NATIONAL BANK OF ABU DHABI)

Detailed information about SWIFT Code NBADMYKLLAU
SWIFT CodeNBADMYKLLAU
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BankFIRST ABU DHABI BANK PJSC ( FORMERLY NATIONAL BANK OF ABU DHABI)
AddressJALAN MERDEKA UNIT (I) FLOOR 3 MAIN OFFICE TOWER UNIT (I) FLOOR 3
CityLABUAN
Branch
Postcode87000
CountryMalaysia

SWIFT Code NBADMYKLLAU Breakdown
SWIFT Code NBADMYKLLAU
Bank Code NBAD - code assigned to FIRST ABU DHABI BANK PJSC ( FORMERLY NATIONAL BANK OF ABU DHABI)
Country Code MY - code belongs to Malaysia
Location Code KL - code represents the institution location
Code Status L - L means active code
Branch Code LAU - code indicates this is a branch office
Head Office NBADMYKL - primary office of FIRST ABU DHABI BANK PJSC ( FORMERLY NATIONAL BANK OF ABU DHABI), Malaysia

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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