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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
1101 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (MURAD STREET BRANCH) NBEGEGCX005
1102 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (NAGUIB MAHFOUZ BRANCH) NBEGEGCX049
1103 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (NEW GIZA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX680
1104 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (OM EL MASRYEN) NBEGEGCX044
1105 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (OMRANIA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX064
1106 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (ORMAN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX169
1107 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (OSIM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX045
1108 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (SPHINX BRANCH) NBEGEGCX188
1109 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (STAR MALL BRANCH) NBEGEGCX037
1110 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (SUDAN STREET BRANCH) NBEGEGCX018
1111 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT GIZA (WEST SOMID BRANCH) NBEGEGCX090
1112 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT HEHIA (HEHIA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX444
1113 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT HURGHADA (ELMAMSHA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX357
1114 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT HURGHADA (EMPIRE BRANCH) NBEGEGCX355
1115 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT HURGHADA (HAY EL SAKALLA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX356
1116 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT HURGHADA (HAY EL-DAHAR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX347
1117 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT HURGHADA (HURGHADA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX341
1118 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT ISMAILIA (AL THALATHINY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX358
1119 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT ISMAILIA (EL ESMAELIA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX300
1120 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT ISMAILIA (ELTAL ELKEBEER BRANCH) NBEGEGCX303
1121 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT ISMAILIA (FAYED BRANCH) NBEGEGCX302
1122 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT ISMAILIA (HAY ELSALAM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX304
1123 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT ISMAILIA (QANTARA GHARB) NBEGEGCX306
1124 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT ISMAILIA (SUEZ CANAL UNIVERSITY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX301
1125 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KAFR EL DAWAR (KAFR EL DAWAR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX391
1126 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KAFR EL SHEIKH (KAFR AL SHEIKH GOVERNORATE BRANCH) NBEGEGCX401
1127 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KAFR EL SHEIKH (KAFR EL SHEIKH BRANCH) NBEGEGCX396
1128 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KAFR EL ZAYAT (KAFR EL ZAYAT BRANCH) NBEGEGCX385
1129 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KAFR ELSHIGH (BALTEEM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX398
1130 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KAFR ELSHIGH (BEYALA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX397
1131 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KAFR ELSHIGH (QELLIN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX395
1132 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KAFR ELSHIGH (SIDI SALEM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX400
1133 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KAFR SAKR (KAFR SAKR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX420
1134 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KENA (DESHNA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX491
1135 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KENA (FARSHOUT BRANCH) NBEGEGCX532
1136 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KENA (KENA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX523
1137 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KENA (NAKADA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX527
1138 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KENA (NEW QENA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX547
1139 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KENA (QEFT BRANCH) NBEGEGCX525
1140 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KENA (QOUS BRANCH) NBEGEGCX540
1141 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT KENA (SOUTH VALLEY UNIVERSITY) NBEGEGCX537
1142 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT LUXOR (ESNA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX495
1143 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT LUXOR (LUXOR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX524
1144 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT MAADI (STREET 9 EL MAADI) NBEGEGCX061
1145 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT MAGHAGHA (MAGHAGHA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX512
1146 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT MALLAWI (MALLAWI BRANCH) NBEGEGCX513
1147 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT MANFALOT (MANFALOT BRANCH) NBEGEGCX517
1148 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT MARSA ALAM (ELMADINA MARSA ALAM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX305
1149 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT MARSA MATROUH (EL HAMAM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX223
1150 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT MARSA MATROUH (EL-SALOOM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX219


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.