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Egypt Bank SWIFT Codes - Page 1

Egypt Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Egypt. Only codes which are actively connected to the SWIFT network are shown. All passive (i.e. inactive) codes are excluded from the list.


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ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
1 ABU DHABI ISLAMIC BANK - EGYPT CAIRO ABDIEGCA
2 AFRICAN EXPORT IMPORT BANK CAIRO (HEAD OFFICE) AFXMEGCA
3 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) ALEXANDRIA (ALEXANDRIA BRANCH) BDACEGCA003
4 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) ASSUIT (ASSUIT AND EL WADI EL GIDED BRANCH) BDACEGCA088
5 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) ASWAN (ASWAN BRANCH) BDACEGCA097
6 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) BANHA (KALUBIA BRANCH) BDACEGCA013
7 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) BANI SUEF (BANI SUEF BRANCH) BDACEGCA082
8 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) CAIRO BDACEGCA
9 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) CAIRO (CAIRO BRANCH) BDACEGCA001
10 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) CAIRO (GIZA BRANCH) BDACEGCA002
11 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) DAMANHOUR (EL BEHERA BRANCH) BDACEGCA045
12 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) DOMIAT (DOMIAT BRANCH) BDACEGCA057
13 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) EL FAYOUM (EL FAYOUM BRANCH) BDACEGCA084
14 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) EL MANSOURA (DAKAHLIA BRANCH) BDACEGCA050
15 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) EL MENIA (EL MENIA BRANCH) BDACEGCA086
16 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) ISMAILIA (ISMAILIA BRANCH) BDACEGCA064
17 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) KAFR EL SHEIKH (KAFR EL SHEIKH BRANCH) BDACEGCA047
18 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) KENA (KENA BRANCH) BDACEGCA096
19 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) SHIBIN EL KOM (MONOFILA BRANCH) BDACEGCA048
20 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) SUHAG (SUHAG BRANCH) BDACEGCA093
21 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) TANTA (EL GHARBIA BRANCH) BDACEGCA040
22 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF EGYPT (A.B.E) ZAKAZIK (EL SHARKIA BRANCH) BDACEGCA055
23 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. ALEXANDRIA (ALEXANDRIA BRANCH) DEIBEGCX215
24 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. ALEXANDRIA (SIDI-BISHR BRANCH) DEIBEGCX223
25 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. CAIRO DEIBEGCX
26 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. CAIRO (CENTRAL OPERATIONS) DEIBEGCX016
27 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. CAIRO (DOWNTOWN) DEIBEGCX110
28 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. CAIRO (EL-HARAM BRANCH) DEIBEGCX128
29 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. CAIRO (GIZA - DOKKI BRANCH) DEIBEGCX024
30 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. CAIRO (HELIOPOLIS BRANCH) DEIBEGCX032
31 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. CAIRO (MAADI BRANCH) DEIBEGCX059
32 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. CAIRO (MERGHANY BRANCH) DEIBEGCX075
33 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. CAIRO (MOHANDESSIN BRANCH) DEIBEGCX083
34 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. CAIRO (SHUBRA BRANCH) DEIBEGCX040
35 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. DOMIAT (DOMIAT BRANCH) DEIBEGCX527
36 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. EL MANSOURA (EL MANSOURA BRANCH) DEIBEGCX518
37 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. EL MENIA (EL MENIA BRANCH) DEIBEGCX718
38 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. PORT SAID (PORT SAID BRANCH) DEIBEGCX621
39 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. SUEZ (SUEZ BRANCH) DEIBEGCX613
40 AHLI UNITED BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. TANTA (TANTA BRANCH) DEIBEGCX319
41 AL AHLI BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT S.A.E. 6TH OF OCTOBER ECBAEGCA
42 ALBARAKA BANK EGYPT 6TH OF OCTOBER (6TH OCTOBER BRANCH) ABRKEGCAOCT
43 ALBARAKA BANK EGYPT AL GHARBIAH (TANTA BRANCH) ABRKEGCATAN
44 ALBARAKA BANK EGYPT AL MANSORA (MANSORA BRANCH) ABRKEGCAMAN
45 ALBARAKA BANK EGYPT ALEXANDRIA (ALEXANDRIA BRANCH) ABRKEGCAAZA
46 ALBARAKA BANK EGYPT ALEXANDRIA (BORG AL ARAB BRANCH) ABRKEGCABRG
47 ALBARAKA BANK EGYPT ALEXANDRIA (RSHDOY) ABRKEGCARSH
48 ALBARAKA BANK EGYPT ALEXANDRIA (SMOHA BRANCH) ABRKEGCASOM
49 ALBARAKA BANK EGYPT ALEXANDRIA (STANLY BRANCH) ABRKEGCASTN
50 ALBARAKA BANK EGYPT CAIRO ABRKEGCAABS


What is a SWIFT Code?

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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