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Egypt The table below are the list of Swift Codes for all banks and institutions in Egypt. Click on the Swift Code to find out the bank or institution details, address & maps.


No Bank or Institution City Branch SWIFT Code
501 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. CAIRO (ZAMALEK BRANCH) CIBEEGCX007
502 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. DAHAB (DAHAB BRANCH) CIBEEGCX040
503 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. DAMANHOUR (DAMANHOUR BRANCH) CIBEEGCX057
504 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. DAMIETA (NEW DAMIETTA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX142
505 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. DOMIAT (DAMIETA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX039
506 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. DOMIAT (DAMIETA PORT BRANCH) CIBEEGCX035
507 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. EL DAKAHLIAA (MEET GHAMR BRANCH) CIBEEGCX164
508 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. EL MAHALA EL KOBRA (MAHALLA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX125
509 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. EL MANSOURA (AL MANSOURA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX015
510 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. EL MANSOURA (EL GOMHORYA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX096
511 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. EL MANSOURA (NEW MANSOURA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX195
512 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. EL MENIA (MENIA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX082
513 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. EL SADAT CITY (SADAT BRANCH) CIBEEGCX028
514 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. EL ZAGAZIG (EL-ZAGAZIG) CIBEEGCX107
515 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. EL-ABBASSIA (EL TOGAREEN SYNDICATE BRANCH) CIBEEGCX166
516 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. GIZA (AL HARAM BRANCH) CIBEEGCX102
517 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. GIZA (FUTURE UNIVERSITY BRANCH) CIBEEGCX103
518 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. GIZA (GIZA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX001
519 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. GIZA (HEAD OFFICE) CIBEEGCX085
520 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. GIZA (MESAHA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX184
521 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. GIZA (NEW HARAM BRANCH) CIBEEGCX139
522 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. HELIOPOLIS (EL KHALIFA EL MAAMOUN) CIBEEGCX156
523 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. HELIOPOLIS (EL KORBA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX188
524 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. HELIOPOLIS (MISR ELGEDIDA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX172
525 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. HELIOPOLIS (MORBAA ELWOZARAA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX204
526 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. HURGHADA (EL BASHA HOTEL) CIBEEGCX052
527 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. HURGHADA (EL GOUNA BRANCH ) CIBEEGCX050
528 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. HURGHADA (HURGHADA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX019
529 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. HURGHADA (HURGHADA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX076
530 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. HURGHADA (MAKADI BAY) CIBEEGCX051
531 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. HURGHADA (MARINA ABU TIG) CIBEEGCX189
532 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. HURGHADA (SPLANADA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX069
533 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. HURGHADA (SUNRISE BRANCH) CIBEEGCX104
534 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. ISMAILIA (ISMAILIA) CIBEEGCX108
535 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. KAFR EL ZAYAT (KAFR ELZAYAT BRANCH) CIBEEGCX202
536 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. KAFR ELSHIGH (KAFR EL SHEIKH BRANCH) CIBEEGCX180
537 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. LUXOR (LUXOR BRANCH) CIBEEGCX026
538 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. MAADI (EL LASELKI BRANCH) CIBEEGCX179
539 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. MAADI (MAADI TOWERS BRANCH) CIBEEGCX173
540 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. MARSA ALAM (KAHRAMANA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX112
541 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. MARSA ALAM (KAHRMANA MARSA ALAM) CIBEEGCX073
542 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. MARSA MATROUH (MARSA MATROUH) CIBEEGCX114
543 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. NEW CAIRO (MEDICARE BRANCH) CIBEEGCX203
544 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. NEW CAIRO (MIVIDA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX191
545 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. NEW CAIRO (WATER WAY BRANCH) CIBEEGCX185
546 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. PORT SAID (PORT FOUAD BRANCH) CIBEEGCX197
547 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. PORT SAID (PORT SAID BRANCH) CIBEEGCX002
548 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. PORT SAID (PORTSAID CORNISH BRANCH) CIBEEGCX208
549 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. PORT SAID (SHIPPING OPERATION) CIBEEGCXSHP
550 COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL BANK (EGYPT) S.A.E. QALIOBIA (BANHA BRANCH) CIBEEGCX144

What is a SWIFT Code?

Swift code or also commonly known as BIC Code is a standard format to uniquely identify a bank, financial institution and non-financial institution. This standard approved by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). BIC stands for Business Identifier Codes.

The codes are widely used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers or telegraphic transfer. Other uses include to transmit messages between financial institutions and banks.

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The Swift code can be either 8 or 11 characters long, and 8 digits code refers to the primary office. The code consists of 4 separate section, and the format arrange in the following manner;

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • The first 4 characters ("AAAA") specify the institution. Only letters.
  • The next 2 characters ("BB") specify the country where the instituions located. The code follows the format of ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code.
  • The next 2 characters ("CC") specify the instiution's location. Can be letters and digits. Passive participants will have "1" in the second character,
  • The last 3 characters ("DDD") specify the institution's branch. This section is an optional. A 'XXX' refers to a primary office. Can be letters and digits.

There are 2 types of Swift Codes, namely Live & Passive Codes. The Live Codes are for institutions who are actively connected to the Swift Network while Passive Codes are used for manual transactions.

Swift Code registrations and management are the responsibility of "Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication" (“SWIFT”) which is located in La Hulpe, Belgium.

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