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SWIFT/BIC Codes of Banks in Saudi Arabia

SWIFT stands for ‘Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication‘. The SWIFT code is an international bank code that identifies particular banks worldwide. It’s also known as a Bank Identifier Code (BIC). Banks use SWIFT codes to send money to overseas banks. The SWIFT or BIC codes for Saudi banks are listed below.

The SWIFT code consists of 8 or 11 characters. When an 8-digits code is given, it refers to the head office of a Bank. The following is the code format;

  • First 4 characters: Bank Code
  • Next 2 characters: Country Code
  • Next 2 characters: Location Code
  • Last 3 characters: Branch Code (Optional)

Similar: List of Foreign Banks in Saudi Arabia

SAUDI BANKS SWIFT CODES

Bank NameSwift Code
Al Rajhi BankRJHISARI
Saudi National BankNCBKSAJE
Al Bilad BankALBISARI
Saudi British Bank SABBSARI
Arab National BankARNBSARI
Riyad BankRIBLSARI
Bank Al JaziraBJAZSAJE
Alawwal BankAAALSARI
Banque Saudi FransiBSFRSARI
Al Inma BankINMASARI
Saudi Investment BankSIBCSARI
Emirates NBDEBILSARI
Bank MuscatBMUSARI
National Bank of BahrainNBOBSARI
National Bank of KuwaitNBOKSAJE
Deutsche BankDEUTSARI
BNP ParibasBNPASARI
JP Morgan Chase BankCHASSARI
National Bank of PakistanNBPASARI
T C Ziraat Bankasi A STCZBSAJE
Industrial and Commercial Bank of ChinaICBKSARI
Qatar National BankQNBASARI
MUFG Bank, Ltd.BOTKSARI
First Abu Dhabi BankFABMSARI
Credit Suisse BankCRESSARA

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