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Cyprus Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Cyprus. 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
1 ALFA CAPITAL HOLDINGS (CYPRUS) LIMITED NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) ALFACY2N
2 ALPHA BANK CYPRUS LTD LARNACA LARNACA MAIN BRANCH ABKLCY2NLAR
3 ALPHA BANK CYPRUS LTD LIMASSOL (LEMESOS) LIMASSOL MAIN BRANCH ABKLCY2NLIM
4 ALPHA BANK CYPRUS LTD NICOSIA NICOSIA MAIN BRANCH ABKLCY2N
5 ALPHA BANK CYPRUS LTD PAPHOS LATSIA BRANCH ABKLCY2NPAP
6 ANCORIA BANK LTD NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) HEAD OFFICE ANCOCY2N
7 ARAB JORDAN INVESTMENT BANK LIMASSOL (LEMESOS) (CLEARING) AJIBCY2ICCC
8 ARAB JORDAN INVESTMENT BANK LIMASSOL (LEMESOS) ARAB JORDAN INVESTMENT BANK AJIBCY2I
9 ASTROBANK PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED NICOSIA DIGENI AKRITA UNVKCY2N
10 ASTROBANK PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED NICOSIA NICOSIA MAIN BRANCH PIRBCY2N
11 ATONLINE LIMITED NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) ATONCY2N
12 BANK OF BEIRUT S.A.L CYPRUS BRANCH LIMASSOL (LEMESOS) LIMASSOL BRANCH BABECY2N
13 BANK OF CYPRUS PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED LIMASSOL (LEMESOS) LIMASSOL MAIN BRANCH BCYPCY2N030
14 BANK OF CYPRUS PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED NICOSIA (HEAD OFFICE IN NICOSIA AND ALL CYPRUS OFFICES) BCYPCY2N
15 BANK OF CYPRUS PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (TREASURY) BCYPCY2NTSY
16 BANK OF CYPRUS PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) XENIOS COURT BCYPCY2N010
17 BANQUE BEMO SAL LIMASSOL (LEMESOS) BANQUE BEMO SAL EUMOCY2I
18 BANQUE SBA - INTERNATIONAL BANKING UNIT LIMASSOL (LEMESOS) CYPRUS BRANCH SBAACY2I
19 BBAC SAL LIMASSOL BRANCH LIMASSOL (LEMESOS) Bank of Beirut and the Arab Countries Sal BBACCY2N
20 BELIGHT CAPITAL GROUP LTD NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) BCGUCY2L
21 BLOM BANK S.A.L. LIMASSOL Cyprus Branch BLOMCY2I
22 BLUEHOUSE CAPITAL ADVISORS LIMITED LIMASSOL (LEMESOS) BLUECY2N
23 BYBLOS BANK S.A.L. (IBU) LIMASSOL (LEMESOS) BYBLOS BANK SAL - IBU - LIMASSOL BYBACY2I
24 CARDPAY LTD LIMASSOL (LEMESOS) Head Office CARDCY2L
25 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA HEAD OFFICE CBCYCY2N
26 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT) CBCYCY2NACC
27 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (CASH SECTION) CBCYCY2NCAS
28 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (CHEQUES CLEARING HOUSE) CBCYCY2NCCH
29 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (CORRESPONDENT CENTRAL BANKING MODEL) CBCYCY2NCCB
30 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (CY T2 CONTINGENCY) CBCYCY2NCON
31 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (CYPRUS STOCK EXCHANGE-MTS) CBCYCY2NCSE
32 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (EXCHANGE OPERATIONS AND SETTLEMENTS) CBCYCY2NEOS
33 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (EXTERNAL DEBT SECTION ) CBCYCY2NEDS
34 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (FOREIGN BUSINESS UNIT) CBCYCY2NFBU
35 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (GOVERNMENT PAYMENTS SYSTEM) CBCYCY2NGPS
36 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (GOVERNMENT STOCKS) CBCYCY2NLSS
37 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (ISSUE SECTION) CBCYCY2NISS
38 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (JCCTRANSFER) CBCYCY2NJCC
39 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (MANAGEMENT OF RESERVES) CBCYCY2NMRS
40 CENTRAL BANK OF CYPRUS NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (MONETARY POLICY OPERATIONS) CBCYCY2NMPO
41 CENTRAL COOPERATIVE BANK PLC NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) CYPRUS BRANCH CECBCY2N
42 CREDIT LIBANAIS S.A.L LIMASSOL HEAD OFFICE CLIBCY2L
43 CSC24SEVEN.COM LIMITED LARNACA HEAD OFFICE CSCCCY2L
44 CYPRUS DEVELOPMENT BANK PUBLIC COMPANY LTD, THE NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) NICOSIA MAIN BRANCH CYDBCY2N
45 CYPRUS STOCK EXCHANGE NICOSIA XCYSCY2N
46 CYPRUS STOCK EXCHANGE NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) (CSE ANCILLARY SYSTEM) XCYSCY2NASI
47 ECOMMBX LIMITED NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) ECMXCY22
48 ECOMMBX LIMITED NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) Head Office ECBXCY2N
49 EUROBANK CYPRUS LTD NICOSIA (LEFKOSIA) NICOSIA MAIN BANKING CENTER ERBKCY2N
50 FINTAILOR INVESTMENTS LIMITED LIMASSOL (LEMESOS) FINTCY2L

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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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