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Swift codes of banks in Saudi Arabia
SWIFT CodeEquivalent SWIFT/BIC CodesSWIFT Code BreakdownBank Name & Address
AMETSAJ1AMETSAJ1 XXX
AMETSAJ1XXX
AMET SA J1
AMET SA J1 XXX
Bank code: AMET
Country Code: SA
Location Code: J1
Branch Code :XXX
AL AMOUNDI EXCHANGE AND TRADING



City: JEDDAH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
INMASARIINMASARI XXX
INMASARIXXX
INMA SA RI
INMA SA RI XXX
Bank code: INMA
Country Code: SA
Location Code: RI
Branch Code :XXX
AL INMA BANK

HEAD OFFICE PO BOX 66674

City: RIYADH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
RJHISARIRJHISARI XXX
RJHISARIXXX
RJHI SA RI
RJHI SA RI XXX
Bank code: RJHI
Country Code: SA
Location Code: RI
Branch Code :XXX
AL-RAJHI BKG. AND INVESTMENT CORP

P.O. BOX 28

City: RIYADH 11411
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
ALAMSAJ1ALAMSAJ1 XXX
ALAMSAJ1XXX
ALAM SA J1
ALAM SA J1 XXX
Bank code: ALAM
Country Code: SA
Location Code: J1
Branch Code :XXX
ALAMOUDI EXCHANGE

GABEL STREET

City: JEDDAH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
BSFRSARIWSTBSFRSARI WST
BSFR SA RI WST
Bank code: BSFR
Country Code: SA
Location Code: RI
Branch Code :WST
ALBANK AL SAUDI AL FRANSI

GENERAL ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT
P.O. BOX 1

City: JEDDAH 21411
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
AFEXSAJ1AFEXSAJ1 XXX
AFEXSAJ1XXX
AFEX SA J1
AFEX SA J1 XXX
Bank code: AFEX
Country Code: SA
Location Code: J1
Branch Code :XXX
ALRAJHI COMMERCIAL FOREIGN EXCHANGE

PALESTINE STREET

City: JEDDAH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
ARNBSARIARNBSARI XXX
ARNBSARIXXX
ARNB SA RI
ARNB SA RI XXX
Bank code: ARNB
Country Code: SA
Location Code: RI
Branch Code :XXX
ARAB NATIONAL BANK

TREASURY DEPARTMENT
P.O. BOX 56921

City: RIYADH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
APICSADMAPICSADM XXX
APICSADMXXX
APIC SA DM
APIC SA DM XXX
Bank code: APIC
Country Code: SA
Location Code: DM
Branch Code :XXX
ARAB PETROLEM INVESTMENTS CORPORATION

APICORP BUILDING COSAL ROAD

City: DAMMAM
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
APIASAR1APIASAR1 XXX
APIASAR1XXX
APIA SA R1
APIA SA R1 XXX
Bank code: APIA
Country Code: SA
Location Code: R1
Branch Code :XXX
ARAB PETROLEUM INVESTMENTS CORPORATION



City: DAMMAM
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
ALBISARIALBISARI XXX
ALBISARIXXX
ALBI SA RI
ALBI SA RI XXX
Bank code: ALBI
Country Code: SA
Location Code: RI
Branch Code :XXX
BANK AL BILAD

BANK AL BILAD SALAHUDDIN ROAD

City: RIYADH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
ALBISARITFCALBISARI TFC
ALBI SA RI TFC
Bank code: ALBI
Country Code: SA
Location Code: RI
Branch Code :TFC
BANK AL BILAD

(TRADE FINANCE CENTER)

TRADE FINANCE CENTER SULLAH ALDEAN

City: RIYADH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
BJAZSAJEBJAZSAJE XXX
BJAZSAJEXXX
BJAZ SA JE
BJAZ SA JE XXX
Bank code: BJAZ
Country Code: SA
Location Code: JE
Branch Code :XXX
BANK AL-JAZIRA

KHALID BIN WALEED STREET

City: JEDDAH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
BJAZSAJE002BJAZSAJE 002
BJAZ SA JE 002
Bank code: BJAZ
Country Code: SA
Location Code: JE
Branch Code :002
BANK AL-JAZIRA

(HEAD OFFICE)



City: JEDDAH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
BJAZSAJE006BJAZSAJE 006
BJAZ SA JE 006
Bank code: BJAZ
Country Code: SA
Location Code: JE
Branch Code :006
BANK AL-JAZIRA

(KING ABDUL AZIZ STREET BR.)



City: JEDDAH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
BJAZSAJE007BJAZSAJE 007
BJAZ SA JE 007
Bank code: BJAZ
Country Code: SA
Location Code: JE
Branch Code :007
BANK AL-JAZIRA

(KHALID BIN WALEED STREET BRANCH)



City: JEDDAH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA


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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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