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Swift codes of banks in Qatar
SWIFT CodeEquivalent SWIFT/BIC CodesSWIFT Code BreakdownBank Name & Address
ABQQQAQAABQQQAQA XXX
ABQQQAQAXXX
ABQQ QA QA
ABQQ QA QA XXX
Bank code: ABQQ
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :XXX
AHLI BANK Q.S.C.

POST BOX 2309

City: DOHA
Country: QATAR
ABQQQAQAAIRABQQQAQA AIR
ABQQ QA QA AIR
Bank code: ABQQ
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :AIR
AHLI BANK Q.S.C.

(AIRPORT BRANCH)



City: DOHA
Country: QATAR
ABQQQAQADNBABQQQAQA DNB
ABQQ QA QA DNB
Bank code: ABQQ
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :DNB
AHLI BANK Q.S.C.

(DOHA NAVAL BASE BRANCH)



City: DOHA
Country: QATAR
ABQQQAQAMERABQQQAQA MER
ABQQ QA QA MER
Bank code: ABQQ
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :MER
AHLI BANK Q.S.C.

(MERGHAB BRANCH)



City: DOHA
Country: QATAR
KLJIQAQAKLJIQAQA XXX
KLJIQAQAXXX
KLJI QA QA
KLJI QA QA XXX
Bank code: KLJI
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :XXX
AL KHALIJ COMMERCIAL BANK

AL JAZI BUILDING ASIA STREET 60, WEST BAY

City: DOHA
Country: QATAR
KLJIQAQAIBBKLJIQAQA IBB
KLJI QA QA IBB
Bank code: KLJI
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :IBB
AL KHALIJ COMMERCIAL BANK

(ISLAMIC BRANCH)

AL JAZI TOWER ASIA STREET 60

City: DOHA
Country: QATAR
ALMLQAQAALMLQAQA XXX
ALMLQAQAXXX
ALML QA QA
ALML QA QA XXX
Bank code: ALML
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :XXX
AL MAL BANK

AMWAL TOWER FLOOR 10 NORTH SIDE OF WAHDA STREET

City: DOHA
Country: QATAR
ALZAQAQAALZAQAQA XXX
ALZAQAQAXXX
ALZA QA QA
ALZA QA QA XXX
Bank code: ALZA
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :XXX
AL ZAMAN EXCHANGE W.L.L

SOUQ NAJADA NEAR ARAB ROUND ABOUT

City: DOHA
Country: QATAR
AEXCQAQAAEXCQAQA XXX
AEXCQAQAXXX
AEXC QA QA
AEXC QA QA XXX
Bank code: AEXC
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :XXX
ALJAZEERA EXCHANGE COMPANY

AL THANI BUILDING 14 AL SAD ST.

City: DOHA
Country: QATAR
ARABQAQAARABQAQA XXX
ARABQAQAXXX
ARAB QA QA
ARAB QA QA XXX
Bank code: ARAB
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :XXX
ARAB BANK PLC

ALI BIN ABDULLAH STREET

City: DOHA
Country: QATAR
ARABQAQARD3ARABQAQA RD3
ARAB QA QA RD3
Bank code: ARAB
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :RD3
ARAB BANK PLC

(C RING BRANCH)



City: DOHA
Country: QATAR
ARABQAQASADARABQAQA SAD
ARAB QA QA SAD
Bank code: ARAB
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :SAD
ARAB BANK PLC

(ALSADD BRANCH)

ALSADD STREET

City: DOHA
Country: QATAR
AJIBQAQAAJIBQAQA XXX
AJIBQAQAXXX
AJIB QA QA
AJIB QA QA XXX
Bank code: AJIB
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :XXX
ARAB JORDAN INVESTMENT BANK (QATAR) LLC

MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND COMMERCE MAJLIS TAAWON STREET

City: DOHA
Country: QATAR
AUDBQAQAAUDBQAQA XXX
AUDBQAQAXXX
AUDB QA QA
AUDB QA QA XXX
Bank code: AUDB
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :XXX
BANK AUDI LLC

HEAD OFFICE - P.O. BOX 23270
18TH FLOOR, WEST BAY, QFC TOWER

City: DOHA
Country: QATAR
BSIRQAQABSIRQAQA XXX
BSIRQAQAXXX
BSIR QA QA
BSIR QA QA XXX
Bank code: BSIR
Country Code: QA
Location Code: QA
Branch Code :XXX
BANK SADERAT IRAN

DOHA TOWER HAMAD KABEER STREET

City: DOHA
Country: QATAR


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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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