United Arab Emirates Bank SWIFT Code - Page 3

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
101CITIBANK N.A.DUBAI(TRADE SERVICES DEPT.)CITIAEADTRD
102CITIBANK N.A.DUBAI(UAE ADGM BRANCH)CITIAEADAGM
103COMMERCIAL BANK INTERNATIONALABU DHABI(ABU DHABI BRANCH)CLBIAEADAD1
104COMMERCIAL BANK INTERNATIONALAL AIN(AL AIN BRANCH)CLBIAEADAN1
105COMMERCIAL BANK INTERNATIONALDUBAICLBIAEAD
106COMMERCIAL BANK INTERNATIONALDUBAI(BUR DUBAI BRANCH)CLBIAEADDB1
107COMMERCIAL BANK INTERNATIONALDUBAI(SHEIKH ZAID ROAD BRANCH)CLBIAEADDB2
108COMMERCIAL BANK INTERNATIONALRAS AL KHAIMAH(AL MANAR MALL BRANCH)CLBIAEADRK2
109COMMERCIAL BANK INTERNATIONALRAS AL KHAIMAH(RAS AL KHAIMAH BRANCH)CLBIAEADRK1
110COMMERCIAL BANK INTERNATIONALSHARJAH(SHARJAH BRANCH)CLBIAEADSH1
111COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAIABU DHABI(ABU DHABI BRANCH)CBDUAEADADH
112COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAIAJMANCBDUAEADAJM
113COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAIAL AINCBDUAEADAIN
114COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAIDUBAICBDUAEAD
115COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAIDUBAI(AL GARHOUD BRANCH)CBDUAEADGAR
116COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAIDUBAI(AL MAKTOUM ST. BRANCH)CBDUAEADAMS
117COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAIDUBAI(AL SAFA BRANCH)CBDUAEADSAF
118COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAIDUBAI(DEIRA BRANCH)CBDUAEADDER
119COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAIDUBAI(DUBAI BRANCH)CBDUAEADDXB
120COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAIDUBAI(JEBEL ALI BRANCH)CBDUAEADJAL
121COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAIDUBAI(JUMEIRAH BRANCH)CBDUAEADJUM
122COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAIDUBAI(SOUQ AL WASL BRANCH)CBDUAEADSAW
123COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAIRAS AL KHAIMAH(RAS AL KHAIMAH BRANCH)CBDUAEADRAK
124COMMERCIAL BANK OF DUBAISHARJAH(SHARJAH BRANCH)CBDUAEADSHJ
125COMMERZBANK AG DUBAI BRANCHDUBAICOBAAEAD
126CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB (DIFC BRANCH, REGULATED BY THEDFSA)DUBAIBSUIAEAF
127CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB (DUBAI BRANCH)DUBAIBSUIAEAD
128CREDIT EUROPE BANK (DUBAI) LTDDUBAIFBHLAEAD
129DBS BANK LTDDUBAIDBSSAEAD
130DELMA EXCHANGEABU DHABIDELXAEAA
131DESERT EXCHANGEDUBAIDEEXAEAD
132DEUTSCHE BANK AGABU DHABIDEUTAEAA
133DEUTSCHE BANK AGDUBAIDEUTAEAD
134DOHA BANKABU DHABI(BRA)DOHBAEADABU
135DOHA BANKDUBAIDOHBAEAD
136DUBAI BANK PJSCDUBAIDBXPAEAD
137DUBAI EXCHANGE CENTRE L.L.C.DUBAIDEXEAEAD
138DUBAI GOLD AND COMMODITIES EXCHANGE DMCCDUBAIDGCXAEAA
139DUBAI ISLAMIC BANKDUBAIDUIBAEAD
140DUBAI ISLAMIC BANKDUBAI(DEPARTMENT LETTERS OF CREDIT)DUIBAEADLCS
141DUBAI ISLAMIC BANKDUBAI(DIRECT EQUITIES OPERATIONS)DUIBAEADDEO
142DUBAI ISLAMIC BANKDUBAI(TREASURY DEPARTMENT)DUIBAEADTOS
143ECONOMIC EXCHANGE CENTREDUBAIWPS Processing UnitECOXAEAD
144EL-NILEIN BANKABU DHABIWPS Processing UnitNILBAEAA
145EMAAR PROPERTIES PJSCDUBAIEMPPAEAD
146EMIRATES DEVELOPMENT BANKABU DHABIEMDVAEAD
147EMIRATES INVESTMENT BANK P.J.S.C.DUBAIWPS Processing UnitAEINAEAD
148EMIRATES ISLAMIC BANKABU DHABI(SH. RASHID STREET BRANCH)MEBLAEADADC
149EMIRATES ISLAMIC BANKAL AIN(AL JAWAZAT STREET BRANCH)MEBLAEADAJS
150EMIRATES ISLAMIC BANKDUBAIMEBLAEAD

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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