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Egypt Bank SWIFT Codes - Page 22

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
1051 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL SHARKIAA (AL-YASMIN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX023
1052 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL SHARKIAA (BELBEIS INDUSTRIAL BRANCH) NBEGEGCX360
1053 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL SHARKIAA (EL-EBRAHIMIA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX424
1054 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL SHARKIAA (HUSSEINIYA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX446
1055 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL SHARKIAA (MASHTOUL ELSOUK BRANCH) NBEGEGCX447
1056 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL SHARKIAA (MENIA EL-KAMH BRANCH) NBEGEGCX427
1057 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL SHARKIAA (NEW SALIHIA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX361
1058 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL ZAGAZIG (AHMED ORABY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX430
1059 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT EL ZAGAZIG (EL ZAGAZIG BRANCH) NBEGEGCX421
1060 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT ELBAHR ELAHMAR (EL-KOSEIR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX342
1061 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT ELBAHR ELAHMAR (MARSA ALAM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX346
1062 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT ELBAHR ELAHMAR (RAS GHAREB BRANCH) NBEGEGCX343
1063 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT ELBAHR ELAHMAR (SAFAGA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX344
1064 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT ELBAHR ELAHMER (ELSHALATEEN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX542
1065 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT FAKKOUS (FAKKOUS BRANCH) NBEGEGCX426
1066 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GERGA (GERGA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX521
1067 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (ABU EL-FEDDA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX116
1068 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (AL - LIBINI BRANCH) NBEGEGCX016
1069 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (AL AYAT BRANCH) NBEGEGCX050
1070 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (AL BARAGIL BRANCH) NBEGEGCX069
1071 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (AMERICANA PLAZA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX098
1072 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (AWEL ELHARAM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX097
1073 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (BEN EL SARAIAT BRANCH) NBEGEGCX036
1074 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (BEVERLY HILLS BRANCH) NBEGEGCX055
1075 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (CAIRO UNIVERSITY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX164
1076 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (DANDY MALL BRANCH) NBEGEGCX070
1077 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (DR ABD EL HALIM MAHMOUD BRANCH) NBEGEGCX089
1078 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (EL BDRASHEEN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX166
1079 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (EL HAWAMDIYA) NBEGEGCX091
1080 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (EL JEZERA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX054
1081 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (EL MARIOTIA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX058
1082 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (EL MESSAHA SQUARE BRANCH) NBEGEGCX178
1083 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (EL MUNIB BRANCH) NBEGEGCX035
1084 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (EL-BAHR EL-AAZAM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX179
1085 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (EL-NIL BRANCH) NBEGEGCX165
1086 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (EL-RODA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX117
1087 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (EL-SAFF BRANCH) NBEGEGCX181
1088 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (EL-TAKAMOL BRANCH) NBEGEGCX174
1089 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (ELMEHWAR ELMARKAZY 6TH OF OCTOBER BRANCH) NBEGEGCX184
1090 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (ELTWABK FAISAL BRANCH) NBEGEGCX175
1091 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (EMBABA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX168
1092 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (FAISAL BRANCH) NBEGEGCX187
1093 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (HADABET ELAHRAM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX048
1094 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (HARAM CITY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX017
1095 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (MALL MASR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX038
1096 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (MANIAL SHIHA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX060
1097 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (MARAGHY BRANCH IN AGOUZA) NBEGEGCX092
1098 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (MESADAK BRANCH) NBEGEGCX185
1099 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (MOHANDSEEN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX083
1100 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (MOHEY ELDIN ABO EL EZZ BRANCH) NBEGEGCX099


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.