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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
1001 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT DOMIAT (EL NAHDA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX408
1002 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT DOMIAT (EL ZARKA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX411
1003 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL BEHIRRA (ABOU HOMOUS BRANCH) NBEGEGCX389
1004 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL BEHIRRA (BEHIRRA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX237
1005 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL BEHIRRA (EDKO BRANCH) NBEGEGCX212
1006 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL BEHIRRA (ETAI ELBAROUD BRANCH) NBEGEGCX393
1007 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL BEHIRRA (RASHEED BRANCH) NBEGEGCX394
1008 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL DAKAHLIAA (BANI OBEID BRANCH) NBEGEGCX453
1009 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL DAKAHLIAA (BELQAS BRANCH) NBEGEGCX440
1010 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL DAKAHLIAA (DEKERNES BRANCH) NBEGEGCX437
1011 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL DAKAHLIAA (EL-MANZALA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX436
1012 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL DAKAHLIAA (GAMASA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX451
1013 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL DAKAHLIAA (KORNISH MEET GHAMR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX449
1014 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL DAKAHLIAA (MENIET EL NASR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX372
1015 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL DAKAHLIAA (NABAROUH BRANCH) NBEGEGCX442
1016 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL DAKAHLIAA (SHERBIN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX450
1017 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL DAKAHLIAA (TALKHA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX452
1018 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL FAYOUM (EL FAYOUM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX500
1019 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL FAYOUM (EL-HORRIA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX502
1020 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL FAYOUM (ELFAYOUM UNIVERSITY) NBEGEGCX548
1021 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL FAYOUM (KOM OSHEEM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX538
1022 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL GHARBIAA (BASYOUN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX378
1023 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL GHARBIAA (EL-SANTA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX383
1024 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL GHARBIAA (KOTOUR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX435
1025 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MAHALA EL KOBRA (EL MAHALA EL KOBRA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX380
1026 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MAHALA EL KOBRA (SHOKRY ELKWATLY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX448
1027 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MANSOURA (EL DAKAHLIA GOVERNORATE BRANCH) NBEGEGCX438
1028 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MANSOURA (EL MANSOURA UNIVERISTY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX433
1029 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MANSOURA (ELKHOLAFA ELRASHEDEEN BR) NBEGEGCX387
1030 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MANSOURA (MANSOURA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX432
1031 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENIA (ABO QURQAS BRANCH) NBEGEGCX549
1032 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENIA (EL MENIA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX508
1033 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENIA (EL MENIA UNIVERSITY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX509
1034 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENIA (MATAY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX492
1035 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENIA (MENIA INDUSTRIAL ZONE BRANCH) NBEGEGCX493
1036 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENIA (NEW MINIA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX850
1037 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENIA (SMALOUT STATION BRANCH) NBEGEGCX494
1038 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENOUFIAA (ASHMOON BRANCH) NBEGEGCX429
1039 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENOUFIAA (BERKIT ELSABAE BRANCH) NBEGEGCX431
1040 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENOUFIAA (EL SHOHADA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX418
1041 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENOUFIAA (EL-BAGOUR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX414
1042 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENOUFIAA (EL-GALAA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX416
1043 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENOUFIAA (MENOFYA UNIVERSITY) NBEGEGCX406
1044 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENOUFIAA (MOUBAREK INDUSTRIAL CITY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX407
1045 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENOUFIAA (SERS EL-LAYAAN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX419
1046 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL MENOUFIAA (TALA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX405
1047 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL SADAT CITY (EL SADAT CITY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX413
1048 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL SENBELAWANE (EL SENBELAWANE BRANCH) NBEGEGCX439
1049 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL SHARKIAA (ABOU HAMMAD BRANCH) NBEGEGCX423
1050 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL SHARKIAA (ABOUKBEER BRANCH) NBEGEGCX428


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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The registrations of SWIFT Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (“SWIFT”) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium. SWIFT is the registered trademark of S.W.I.F.T. SCRL with a registered address at Avenue Adèle 1, B-1310 La Hulpe, Belgium.