United Arab Emirates Bank SWIFT Code

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in United Arab Emirates. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. The passive participant’s codes are excluded from the list.


IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
1ABN AMRO BANK N.V. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES BRANCHDUBAIABNAAEAA
2ABN AMRO BANK N.V. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES BRANCHDUBAI(INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE CLIENTS DEPARTMENT)ABNAAEAAIPC
3ABU DHABI COMMERCIAL BANKABU DHABIADCBAEAA
4ABU DHABI COMMERCIAL BANKABU DHABI(CASH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT)ADCBAEAACMD
5ABU DHABI COMMERCIAL BANKABU DHABI(FINANCE DEPARTEMENT)ADCBAEAAFIN
6ABU DHABI COMMERCIAL BANKABU DHABI(RBS)ADCBAEAAREM
7ABU DHABI COMMERCIAL BANKABU DHABI(TREASURY SETTLEMENTS)ADCBAEAATRY
8ABU DHABI COMMERCIAL BANKDUBAI(DUBAI TRADE FINANCE)ADCBAEAA060
9ABU DHABI FUND FOR DEVELOPMENTABU DHABIADFDAEAA
10ABU DHABI INVESTMENT AUTHORITYABU DHABIADINAEAA
11ABU DHABI INVESTMENT COUNCILABU DHABIADCNAEAA
12ABU DHABI INVESTMENT COUNCILABU DHABIADCNAEAD
13ABU DHABI ISLAMIC BANKABU DHABIABDIAEAD
14ABU DHABI RETIRMENT PENSION AND BENEFITS FUNDABU DHABIADPFAEAB
15AD GLOBAL INVESTORS LIMITEDABU DHABIAGLIAEAA
16AGRICULTURAL BANK OF CHINA (DIFC BRANCH)DUBAIABOCAEAD
17AGRICULTURAL BANK OF CHINA(DUBAI BRANCH)DUBAIABOCAEAA
18AHLI UNITED BANK B.S.C. (DIFC BRANCH)DUBAIAUBBAEAD
19AJMAN BANK PJSCAJMANAJMNAEAJ
20AL AHLI BANK OF KUWAIT K.S.C.P, ABUDHABI BRANCHABU DHABIABKKAEAA
21AL AHLI BANK OF KUWAIT K.S.C.P, DUBAI BRANCHDUBAIABKKAEAD
22AL AHLI BANK OF KUWAIT K.S.CP (DIFC BRANCH)DUBAIABKKAEA2
23AL ANSARI EXCHANGE LLCABU DHABIALANAEAA
24AL DAHAB EXCHANGEDUBAIWPS Processing UnitDMTIAEAA
25AL DHABI INVESTMENT PJSCABU DHABIALDHAEAD
26AL FARDAN EXCHANGEABU DHABIFEXEAEAA
27AL HILAL BANKABU DHABIHLALAEAA
28AL JARWAN EXCHANGEDUBAIWPS Processing UnitJAEXAEAD
29AL KHALIJI FRANCE S.A.DUBAILICOAEAD
30AL MAL CAPITAL PSCDUBAIAMCXAEAA
31AL RAZOUKI INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE CO.(L.LC.)DUBAIRZKIAEAD
32AL ROSTAMANI INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGEDUBAITCARAEAD
33AL SAFWA MUBASHER FINANCIAL SERVICES PRIVATE JOINT STOCK COMPANYDUBAIDBFSAEAA
34ALFA EXCHANGEDUBAIWPS Processing UnitALEHAEAD
35ALFALAH EXCHANGE COMPANYABU DHABIWPS Processing UnitAFECAEAA
36ALFUAD EXCHANGEDUBAIALFXAEAD
37ALKHAIR CAPITAL (DUBAI) LTDDUBAIALKCAEAD
38ANGLO-GULF TRADE BANKABU DHABIANGTAEAD
39ARAB AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL BANKABU DHABI(ABU DHABI)ARAIAEADAUH
40ARAB AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL BANKDUBAIARAIAEAD
41ARAB BANK FOR INVESTMENT AND FOREIGN TRADEABU DHABI(AL-SOUK BRANCH)ABINAEAASUK
42ARAB BANK FOR INVESTMENT AND FOREIGN TRADEABU DHABI(HEAD OFFICE)ABINAEAA
43ARAB BANK FOR INVESTMENT AND FOREIGN TRADEABU DHABI(TRADE FINANCE SERVICES)ABINAEAATFS
44ARAB BANK FOR INVESTMENT AND FOREIGN TRADEAL AIN(AL AIN BRANCH)ABINAEAAAIN
45ARAB BANK FOR INVESTMENT AND FOREIGN TRADEDUBAI(DUBAI BRANCH)ABINAEAADXB
46ARAB BANK PLCABU DHABI(ABU DHABI BRANCH)ARABAEADABD
47ARAB BANK PLCABU DHABI(UAE BRANCHES CENTER)ARABAEADABC
48ARAB BANK PLCAJMAN(AJMAN BRANCH)ARABAEADAJM
49ARAB BANK PLCAL AIN(AL AIN BRANCH)ARABAEADAIN
50ARAB BANK PLCDUBAIARABAEAD

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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Swift Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and it is unique identification code for a particular bank. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also used the codes for exchanging other messages between them.

The Swift code consists of 8 or 11 characters. When 8-digits code is given, it refers to the primary office. The registrations of Swift Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium.

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