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Algeria Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Algeria. Only active SWIFT codes are shown. All passive (i.e. inactive) codes are excluded from the list.


ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
151 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE EL HARRACH (EL HARRACH 616) BNALDZAL616
152 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE EL HARRACH (EL HARRACH 619) BNALDZAL619
153 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE GHARDAIA (GHARDAIA) BNALDZAL291
154 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE KOLEA (KOLEA) BNALDZAL441
155 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE LAGHOUAT BNALDZAL301
156 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE M'SILA (M'SILA) BNALDZAL901
157 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE MOSTAGANEM (MOSTAGANEM 871) BNALDZAL871
158 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE MOSTAGANEM (MOSTAGANEM) BNALDZAL876
159 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE ORAN (BOULANGER ORAN) BNALDZAL952
160 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE ORAN (DIDOUCHE MOURAD ORAN) BNALDZAL958
161 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE ORAN (ORAN 966) BNALDZAL966
162 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE ORAN (ORAN KHEMISTI) BNALDZAL960
163 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE ORAN (ORAN SOUMMAM) BNALDZAL951
164 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE OUARGLA BNALDZAL946
165 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE RELIZANE (RELIZANE) BNALDZAL869
166 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE ROUIBA (ROUIBA 632) BNALDZAL632
167 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE ROUIBA (ROUIBA 641) BNALDZAL641
168 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE SETIF (SETIF) BNALDZAL704
169 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE SKIKDA (SKIKDA) BNALDZAL743
170 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE TAMANRASSET (TAMANRASSET) BNALDZAL473
171 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE TEBESSA (TEBESSA) BNALDZAL491
172 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE TIARET (TIARET) BNALDZAL540
173 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE TIZI-OUZOU (TIZI-OUZOU 581) BNALDZAL581
174 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE TIZI-OUZOU (TIZI-OUZOU 583) BNALDZAL583
175 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE TLEMCEN (ABOU TACHFINE) BNALDZAL526
176 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE TLEMCEN (TLEMCEN BRANCH) BNALDZAL527
177 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE TLEMCEN (TLEMCEN) BNALDZAL512
178 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE TOUGGOURT (TOUGGOURT) BNALDZAL941
179 BANQUE NATIONALE D'ALGERIE ZERALDA (AIN EL BENIAN) BNALDZAL630
180 BNP PARIBAS EL DJAZAIR ALGIERS BNPADZAL
181 CAISSE NATIONALE D'EPARGNE ET DE PREVOYANCE-BANQUE ALGIERS EPPRDZAL
182 CITIBANK N.A. ALGERIA ALGIERS CITIDZAL
183 CITIBANK N.A. ALGERIA ALGIERS (TRADE SERVICES DEPT) CITIDZALTRD
184 CREDIT AGRICOLE CORPORATE AND INVESTMENT BANK ALGERIE, SPA ALGIERS BSUIDZAL
185 CREDIT POPULAIRE D'ALGERIE ALGIERS CPALDZAL
186 EPIC ALGERIE POSTE BAB EZZOUAR EPALDZAL
187 FONDS NATIONAL D'INVESTISSEMENT ALGIERS FNIZDZAL
188 FRANSABANK EL DJAZAIR SPA ALGIERS FSBKDZAL
189 GULF BANK ALGERIE ALGIERS AGUBDZAL
190 HSBC ALGERIA ALGIERS HSBCDZAL
191 NATIXIS ALGERIE ALGIERS NATXDZAL
192 SOCIETE GENERALE ALGERIE ALGIERS SOGEDZAL
193 THE HOUSING BANK FOR TRADE AND FINANCE ALGERIA ALGIERS HBHODZAL
194 TRUST BANK ALGERIA ALGIERS TBALDZAL

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A SWIFT Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used to specify a particular bank or branch. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also use these codes for exchanging messages between them.

SWIFT codes comprise of 8 or 11 characters. All 11 digit codes refer to specific branches, while 8 digit codes (or those ending in 'XXX') refer to the head or primary office. SWIFT codes are formatted as follows:

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • First 4 characters - bank code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - location code, passive participant will have "1" in the second character (letters and digits)
  • Last 3 characters - branch code, optional - 'XXX' for primary office (letters and digits)

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