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Egypt Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Egypt. 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
901 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (EL-KHALIFA EL-MAMOUN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX130
902 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (EL-KHANKA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX111
903 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (EL-KHLFAWY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX177
904 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (EL-MOKATTAM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX106
905 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (EL-SAWAH BRANCH) NBEGEGCX123
906 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (EL-SAYEDA ZEINAB BRANCH) NBEGEGCX154
907 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (EL-SEBAK BRANCH) NBEGEGCX118
908 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (EL-ZAYTOWN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX122
909 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (ELAGOUZA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX162
910 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (ELBASATIEN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX195
911 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (ELBONYAN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX095
912 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (ELGIZA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX161
913 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (ELOUI BRANCH) NBEGEGCX004
914 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (ELREEAYA ELMOTTAKAMLA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX193
915 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (ELREHAB BRANCH) NBEGEGCX148
916 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (ELSABEEN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX085
917 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (ELSSID CLUB BRANCH) NBEGEGCX120
918 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (EST CAIRO BRANCH) NBEGEGCX155
919 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (EXPORTABLE SURPLUS UNIT - MAIN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX771
920 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (EXPORTABLE SURPLUS UNIT - SEVENTY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX772
921 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (FARID SMIKA) NBEGEGCX022
922 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (FOREIGN DIVISION) NBEGEGCX800
923 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (FOREIGN RECONCILIATION DEPARTMENT) NBEGEGCX599
924 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (GAMAL ELDIN ABU EL MAHASSIN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX191
925 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (GAMAT EL DWAL EL ARABIA ISLAMIC DEALINGS BRANCH) NBEGEGCX189
926 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (GARDEN CITY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX157
927 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (GAZERNAT EL ARAB BRANCH) NBEGEGCX149
928 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (GESR EL-SUEZ BRANCH) NBEGEGCX127
929 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (GEZIRA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX088
930 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (HADAYEK EL-KOBBA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX108
931 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (HANDASET AL KAHERA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX186
932 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (HELIOPOLIS BRANCH) NBEGEGCX100
933 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (HELWAN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX151
934 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (HELWAN STATION BRANCH) NBEGEGCX047
935 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (HIE ELSEFARAT BRANCH) NBEGEGCX076
936 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (ICONIA -ZAMALEK BRANCH) NBEGEGCX620
937 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (INDUSTRIAL DISTRIC 6 OCTOBER) NBEGEGCX183
938 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (INWARD LETTERS OF GUARANTEE MAIN CENTER) NBEGEGCX565
939 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (INWARD LETTERS OF GUARANTEE TOWER CENTER) NBEGEGCX564
940 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (KASR EL AINI BRANCH) NBEGEGCX150
941 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (KATAMEYA RING ROAD BRANCH) NBEGEGCX666
942 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (KOM HAMADA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX392
943 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (LOCAL LETTERS OF GUARANTEE CAIRO CENTER) NBEGEGCX560
944 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (MAADI BELHORYA) NBEGEGCX196
945 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (MADINTY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX079
946 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (MAIN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX001
947 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (MAKRAM EBID BRANCH) NBEGEGCX140
948 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (MALL OF MADINATY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX025
949 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (MANSHIAT ELBAKRY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX046
950 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT CAIRO (MASR AND SUDAN) NBEGEGCX066

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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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