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Swift codes of banks in Jordan
SWIFT CodeEquivalent SWIFT/BIC CodesSWIFT Code BreakdownBank Name & Address
ACRCJOA1ACRCJOA1 XXX
ACRCJOA1XXX
ACRC JO A1
ACRC JO A1 XXX
Bank code: ACRC
Country Code: JO
Location Code: A1
Branch Code :XXX
AGRICULTURAL CREDIT CORPORATION

AL-ABDALI SALT ROAD

City: AMMAN
Country: JORDAN
AHBOJOA1AHBOJOA1 XXX
AHBOJOA1XXX
AHBO JO A1
AHBO JO A1 XXX
Bank code: AHBO
Country Code: JO
Location Code: A1
Branch Code :XXX
AHLI BROKERAGE COMPANY

PRINCE ZAID BIN SHAKER-SHMESANI

City: AMMAN
Country: JORDAN
ALAYJOA1ALAYJOA1 XXX
ALAYJOA1XXX
ALAY JO A1
ALAY JO A1 XXX
Bank code: ALAY
Country Code: JO
Location Code: A1
Branch Code :XXX
AL ALAMI EXCHANGE COMPANY

HADDAD BUILDING GARDENS STREET

City: AMMAN
Country: JORDAN
ATIGJOA1ATIGJOA1 XXX
ATIGJOA1XXX
ATIG JO A1
ATIG JO A1 XXX
Bank code: ATIG
Country Code: JO
Location Code: A1
Branch Code :XXX
AL ARABI INVESTMENT GROUP CO.

BUILDING 1 AL-RABIEH ABDULLAH BIN RAWAHA ST.

City: AMMAN
Country: JORDAN
AIGMJOA1AIGMJOA1 XXX
AIGMJOA1XXX
AIGM JO A1
AIGM JO A1 XXX
Bank code: AIGM
Country Code: JO
Location Code: A1
Branch Code :XXX
AL ARABI INVESTMENT GROUP COMPANY

ABDALLA BIN RAWAHA ST AL RABIEH

City: AMMAN
Country: JORDAN
AWAIJOA1AWAIJOA1 XXX
AWAIJOA1XXX
AWAI JO A1
AWAI JO A1 XXX
Bank code: AWAI
Country Code: JO
Location Code: A1
Branch Code :XXX
AL AWAEL INTERNATIONAL

QUEEN RANIA STREET

City: AMMAN
Country: JORDAN
MBRCJOA1MBRCJOA1 XXX
MBRCJOA1XXX
MBRC JO A1
MBRC JO A1 XXX
Bank code: MBRC
Country Code: JO
Location Code: A1
Branch Code :XXX
AL MAWARED FOR BROKERAGE COMPANY

ISSAM AL AJTOUNI

City: AMMAN
Country: JORDAN
ALELJOJ1ALELJOJ1 XXX
ALELJOJ1XXX
ALEL JO J1
ALEL JO J1 XXX
Bank code: ALEL
Country Code: JO
Location Code: J1
Branch Code :XXX
ALAWNEH EXCHANGE L.L.C

15 ABDULHAMID SHOMAN STR

City: AMMAN
Country: JORDAN
RWADJOAMRWADJOAM XXX
RWADJOAMXXX
RWAD JO AM
RWAD JO AM XXX
Bank code: RWAD
Country Code: JO
Location Code: AM
Branch Code :XXX
ALROWAD COMPANY

FAHIM LEILA BLDG. WASFI AL TAL STREET

City: AMMAN
Country: JORDAN
AMBIJOM1AMBIJOM1 XXX
AMBIJOM1XXX
AMBI JO M1
AMBI JO M1 XXX
Bank code: AMBI
Country Code: JO
Location Code: M1
Branch Code :XXX
AMMAN BANK FOR INVESTMENTS

WASCI AL-TAL STREET

City: AMMAN
Country: JORDAN
XAMMJOA1XAMMJOA1 XXX
XAMMJOA1XXX
XAMM JO A1
XAMM JO A1 XXX
Bank code: XAMM
Country Code: JO
Location Code: A1
Branch Code :XXX
AMMAN STOCK EXCHANGE



City: AMMAN
Country: JORDAN
ARABJOAX100ARABJOAX 100
ARAB JO AX 100
Bank code: ARAB
Country Code: JO
Location Code: AX
Branch Code :100
ARAB BANK PLC

PRINCE SHAKER BEN ZAID SHMEISANI

City: AMMAN
Country: JORDAN
ARABJOA1023ARABJOA1 023
ARAB JO A1 023
Bank code: ARAB
Country Code: JO
Location Code: A1
Branch Code :023
ARAB BANK PLC

(MADABA BRANCH)



City: MADABA
Country: JORDAN
ARABJOA1026ARABJOA1 026
ARAB JO A1 026
Bank code: ARAB
Country Code: JO
Location Code: A1
Branch Code :026
ARAB BANK PLC

(SALT BRANCH)



City: SALT
Country: JORDAN
ARABJOA102MARABJOA1 02M
ARAB JO A1 02M
Bank code: ARAB
Country Code: JO
Location Code: A1
Branch Code :02M
ARAB BANK PLC

(MAAN BRANCH)



City: MAAN
Country: JORDAN


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SWIFT Code Description from Wikipedia

The SWIFT code is 8 or 11 characters, made up of:
4 letters: Institution Code or bank code.
2 letters: ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code
2 letters or digits: location code
  • if the second character is "0", then it is typically a test BIC as opposed to a BIC used on the live network.
  • if the second character is "1", then it denotes a passive participant in the SWIFT network
  • if the second character is "2", then it typically indicates a reverse billing BIC, where the recipient pays for the message as opposed to the more usual mode whereby the sender pays for the message.
3 letters or digits: branch code, optional ('XXX' for primary office). Where an 8-digit code is given, it may be assumed that it refers to the primary office.

SWIFT Standards, a division of The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT), handles the registration of these codes. For this reason, Business Identifier Codes (BICs) are often called SWIFT addresses or codes.












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