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Kuwait Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Kuwait. Only active SWIFT codes are shown. All passive (i.e. inactive) codes are excluded from the list.


ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
1 AGILITY PUBLIC WAREHOUSING COMPANY K.S.C.P SULAIBIYA AGILITY GROUP HEADQUARTERS APWAKWKW
2 AHLI UNITED BANK K.S.C.P. KUWAIT BKMEKWKW
3 AL AHLI BANK OF KUWAIT K.S.C.P KUWAIT ABKKKWKW
4 AL AHLI BANK OF KUWAIT K.S.C.P KUWAIT ABKKKWKWACI
5 AL MULLA INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE CO KUWAIT AMIEKWKW
6 AL MULLA INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE CO KUWAIT ALMULLA2 AMIEKWKW1ME
7 AL MULLA INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE CO KUWAIT ALMULLA3 AMIEKWKW2ME
8 AL MUZAINI EXCHANGE CO. KSCC KUWAIT AAACKWKW
9 AL NADA INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE COMPANY WLL SALMIYA NIENKWKW
10 AL RAJHI BANK, KUWAIT SHARQ RJHIKWKW
11 AL-WASEET FINANCIAL BUSINESS CO. (K.S.C)CLOSED KUWAIT AFBOKWK2
12 AMAN EXCHANGE CO. WLL KUWAIT AXCWKWKW
13 ARAB FUND FOR ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT KUWAIT AFEDKWKW
14 ARZAN FINANCIAL GROUP FOR FINANCING AND INVESTMENTS K.P.S.C KUWAIT AFGPKWKW
15 BAHRAIN EXCHANGE COMPANY WLL KUWAIT BECXKWKW
16 BANKMUSCAT KUWAIT BMUSKWKW
17 BBK KUWAIT BBKUKWKW
18 BNP PARIBAS KUWAIT SHARQ BNPAKWKW
19 BOUBYAN BANK (K.S.C) KUWAIT BBYNKWKW
20 BURGAN BANK K.P.S.C SHARQ BRGNKWKW
21 CENTRAL BANK OF KUWAIT KUWAIT BANKING OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT - KWD ONLY CBKUKWKWBOD
22 CENTRAL BANK OF KUWAIT SHARQ CBKUKWKW
23 CITIBANK N.A. KUWAIT CITIKWKW
24 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE AL AHMADI EA. AHMADI BRANCH COMBKWKWA14
25 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE AL FARWANIYAH AIRPORT BRANCH COMBKWKWA04
26 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE AL FARWANIYAH FARWANIA COOP. BRANCH COMBKWKWA27
27 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE AL FARWANIYAH SIXTH RING ROAD BRANCH COMBKWKWA34
28 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE AL JAHRA JAHRA BRANCH COMBKWKWA07
29 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE AL OMARIYA OMARIYA BRANCH COMBKWKWA10
30 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE AL-RIGGAE COMBKWKWA67
31 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE ARDIYA ARDHIYA BRANCH COMBKWKWA19
32 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE FAHAHEEL COMBKWKWA66
33 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE FAHAHEEL AJIAL COMPLEX BRANCH COMBKWKWA11
34 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE FAHAHEEL FAHAHEEL BRANCH COMBKWKWA06
35 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE HAWALLY BEIRUT STREET BRANCH COMBKWKWA2O
36 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE HAWALLY HAWALLI BRANCH COMBKWKWA16
37 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE JABRIYA JABRIYA BRANCH COMBKWKWA35
38 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE KHAITAN KHAITAN BRANCH COMBKWKWA08
39 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE KHALDIYA KHALDIYA BRANCH COMBKWKWA15
40 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE KUWAIT COMBKWKW
41 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE KUWAIT ABD. MUBARAK BRANCH COMBKWKWA05
42 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE KUWAIT ABDULLAH AL-SALEM STREET BRANCH COMBKWKWA02
43 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE KUWAIT AL ANDALUS BRANCH COMBKWKWA36
44 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE KUWAIT AL MUHALAB CENTER BRANCH COMBKWKWA25
45 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE KUWAIT AL NAEEM COMBKWKWA56
46 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE KUWAIT AL SOUR STREET BRANCH COMBKWKWA60
47 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE KUWAIT AL-DHOW COMBKWKWA58
48 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE KUWAIT AL-RABIA BRANCH COMBKWKWA57
49 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE KUWAIT AL-RAI COMBKWKWA45
50 COMMERCIAL BANK OF KUWAIT KPSC,THE KUWAIT AL-YARMOUK BRANCH COMBKWKWA32

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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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