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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
1151 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT MARSA MATROUH (MERSA MATROUH BRANCH) NBEGEGCX213
1152 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT MARSA MATROUH (SEA SHELL BRANCH) NBEGEGCX251
1153 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT MENIA EL KAMH (DIARB NEGM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX422
1154 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT MENOUF (MENOUF BRANCH) NBEGEGCX417
1155 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT MIT GHAMR (MIT GHAMR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX434
1156 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT NAGA HAMMADI (NAGA HAMMADI BRANCH) NBEGEGCX526
1157 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT NEW CAIRO (AL QRONFEL BRANCH) NBEGEGCX067
1158 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT NEW CAIRO (EL HAMD MALL BRANCH) NBEGEGCX051
1159 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT NEW CAIRO (LETTERS OF GUARANTEE CONTROL UNIT) NBEGEGCX585
1160 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT NEW CAIRO (MINISTRY OF INTERIOR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX026
1161 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT NEW CAIRO (WATERWAY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX042
1162 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT NEWEBAA (NEWEBAA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX352
1163 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT NORTH SINAI (RAFAH BRANCH) NBEGEGCX335
1164 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT PORT SAID (23 JULY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX313
1165 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT PORT SAID (EL GOMHORYA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX315
1166 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT PORT SAID (EL KUWAIT AVENUE BRANCH) NBEGEGCX311
1167 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT PORT SAID (LOCAL LETTERS OF GUARANTEE CANAL CENTER) NBEGEGCX562
1168 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT PORT SAID (PORT FOUAD BRANCH) NBEGEGCX312
1169 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT PORT SAID (PORT SAID BRANCH) NBEGEGCX310
1170 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT PORT SAID (PORT-SAID-AL GOMROK BRANCH) NBEGEGCX314
1171 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT QAHA (QAHA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX375
1172 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT QALIOBIA (CORNICHE EL QANATER BRANCH) NBEGEGCX603
1173 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT QALIOBIA (EL-KANATER ELKHAYRIA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX112
1174 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT QALIOBIA (KAFR SHOKR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX374
1175 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT QALIOBIA (MANSHEYET ALHORIYA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX034
1176 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT QALIOBIA (QALIOB BRANCH) NBEGEGCX093
1177 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT QALIOBIA (SAAD ZAGHLOUL BRANCH) NBEGEGCX377
1178 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT QALIOBIA (SHEBIN EL KNATER BRANCH) NBEGEGCX030
1179 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT QALIOBIA (TOUKH BRANCH) NBEGEGCX441
1180 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT QUESNA (QUESNA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX415
1181 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SAMALOOT (SAMALOOT BRANCH) NBEGEGCX511
1182 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SAMANOUD (SAMANOUD BRANCH) NBEGEGCX384
1183 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SHARKYA (AWLAD SAKR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX316
1184 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SHARM EL SHEIKH (KHALIG NABAQ BRANCH) NBEGEGCX348
1185 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SHARM EL SHEIKH (NAEMA BAY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX349
1186 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SHARM EL SHEIKH (SAVOY SHARM EL SHEIKH BRANCH) NBEGEGCX359
1187 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SHARM EL SHEIKH (SHARM EL SHEIKH BRANCH) NBEGEGCX340
1188 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SHIBIN EL KOM (SHEBIN EL KOM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX412
1189 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SHOROUK (EL SHOROUK BRANCH) NBEGEGCX114
1190 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SHOUBRA (VICTORIA SQUARE) NBEGEGCX059
1191 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SOHAG (AKHMIM BRANCH) NBEGEGCX499
1192 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SOHAG (EL FATTH BRANCH) NBEGEGCX520
1193 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SOHAG (EL-BALYANA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX539
1194 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SOHAG (EL-KAWTHER BRANCH) NBEGEGCX543
1195 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SOHAG (EL-MARAGHA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX518
1196 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SOHAG (NEW SOHAG BRANCH) NBEGEGCX551
1197 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SOHAG (SAQLATA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX488
1198 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SOHAG (SOHAG BRANCH) NBEGEGCX519
1199 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SOHAG (SOHAG UNIVERSITY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX498
1200 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SOHAG (TAHTA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX522


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.