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Egypt Bank SWIFT Codes - Page 25

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
1201 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SOHAG (TEMMA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX533
1202 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SOUTH SINAI (EL-TOOR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX350
1203 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SOUTH SINAI (RAS SUDR BRANCH) NBEGEGCX331
1204 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SUEZ (EL SABBAH BRANCH)) NBEGEGCX321
1205 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SUEZ (EL SUEZ BRANCH) NBEGEGCX320
1206 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SUEZ (FUTURE BRANCH) NBEGEGCX322
1207 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT SUEZ (NORTH SUEZ GULF BRANCH) NBEGEGCX354
1208 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT TAMEYA (TAMEYA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX503
1209 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT TANTA (ALMOUTASEM) NBEGEGCX379
1210 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT TANTA (TANTA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX381
1211 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT TANTA (TANTA UNIVERSITY BRANCH) NBEGEGCX386
1212 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT THE TENTH OF RAMADAN (EL ASHER MEN RAMADAN BRANCH) NBEGEGCX107
1213 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT ZAKAZIK (ELNEKABAT BRANCH) NBEGEGCX445
1214 NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT ZEFTA (ZEFTA BRANCH) NBEGEGCX382
1215 NATIONAL BANK OF GREECE, (EGYPT NETWORK) GIZA ETHNEGCA
1216 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT 6TH OF OCTOBER (6TH OF OCTOBER BRANCH) WABAEGCXOCT
1217 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT 6TH OF OCTOBER (EL SHEIKH ZAYED BRANCH) WABAEGCXZAY
1218 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT ALEXANDRIA (ALEXANDRIA BRANCH FOR ISLAMIC OPERATION) WABAEGCXRML
1219 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT ALEXANDRIA (ALEXANDRIA BRANCH) WABAEGCXALX
1220 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT ALEXANDRIA (ZEZINYA BRANCH) WABAEGCXZIZ
1221 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT CAIRO (CORNISH BRANCH) WABAEGCXCOR
1222 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT CAIRO (DOKKI BRANCH FOR ISLAMIC OPERATIONS) WABAEGCXDOK
1223 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT CAIRO (GIZA - AL HARAM BRANCH) WABAEGCXHAR
1224 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT CAIRO (HEAD OFFICE) WABAEGCX
1225 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT CAIRO (HELIOPOLIS BRANCH) WABAEGCXHEL
1226 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT CAIRO (MOHANDSEEN BRANCH) WABAEGCXMOH
1227 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT CAIRO (NASR CITY BRANCH) WABAEGCXNCT
1228 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT CAIRO (ROXY BRANCH) WABAEGCXROX
1229 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT CAIRO (SARWAT BRANCH) WABAEGCXSAR
1230 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT EL MANSOURA (MANSOURA BRANCH) WABAEGCXMNS
1231 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT GIZA (ALGALAA BRANCH) WABAEGCXGAL
1232 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT SOHAG (SOHAG BRANCH) WABAEGCXSOH
1233 NATIONAL BANK OF KUWAIT - EGYPT THE TENTH OF RAMADAN (THE TENTH OF RAMADAN BRANCH) WABAEGCXRAM
1234 NATIONAL BANK OF OMAN (SAOG) CAIRO NBOMEGCXCHO
1235 NATIONAL BANK OF OMAN (SAOG) CAIRO NBOMEGCX
1236 NATIONAL INVESTMENT BANK CAIRO NINBEGCA
1237 PHAROS SECURITIES CAIRO PHAREGCA
1238 QATAR NATIONAL BANK ALAHLI S.A.E (QNB ALAHLI) CAIRO QNBAEGCX
1239 QATAR NATIONAL BANK ALAHLI S.A.E (QNB ALAHLI) CAIRO (SGSS) QNBAEGCXGSS
1240 SOCIETE ARABE INTERNATIONALE DE BANQUE 6TH OF OCTOBER SBNKEGCXARM
1241 SOCIETE ARABE INTERNATIONALE DE BANQUE 6TH OF OCTOBER SBNKEGCXBVR
1242 SOCIETE ARABE INTERNATIONALE DE BANQUE 6TH OF OCTOBER (6TH OF OCTOBER BRANCH) SBNKEGCXOCT
1243 SOCIETE ARABE INTERNATIONALE DE BANQUE AL OBOUR (AL OBOUR BRANCH) SBNKEGCXOBR
1244 SOCIETE ARABE INTERNATIONALE DE BANQUE ALEXANDRIA SBNKEGCXALX
1245 SOCIETE ARABE INTERNATIONALE DE BANQUE ALEXANDRIA SBNKEGCXSMH
1246 SOCIETE ARABE INTERNATIONALE DE BANQUE ALEXANDRIA (LORAN BRANCH) SBNKEGCXLRN
1247 SOCIETE ARABE INTERNATIONALE DE BANQUE ASSUIT (ASSUIT BRANCH) SBNKEGCXASI
1248 SOCIETE ARABE INTERNATIONALE DE BANQUE CAIRO SBNKEGCXCIC
1249 SOCIETE ARABE INTERNATIONALE DE BANQUE CAIRO SBNKEGCXMRG
1250 SOCIETE ARABE INTERNATIONALE DE BANQUE CAIRO SBNKEGCXNCA


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.