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Swift codes of banks in Cameroon
SWIFT CodeEquivalent SWIFT/BIC CodesSWIFT Code BreakdownBank Name & AddressBranch Name
AFDBCMC1AFDBCMC1 XXX
AFDBCMC1XXX
AFDB CM C1
AFDB CM C1 XXX
Bank code: AFDB
Country Code: CM
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :XXX
AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK



City: YAOUNDE
Country: CAMEROON
 
CCEICMCXCCEICMCX XXX
CCEICMCXXXX
CCEI CM CX
CCEI CM CX XXX
Bank code: CCEI
Country Code: CM
Location Code: CX
Branch Code :XXX
AFRILAND FIRST BANK

PLACE DE LINDEPANDANCE

City: YAOUNDE
Country: CAMEROON
 
CCEICMCXBAFCCEICMCX BAF
CCEI CM CX BAF
Bank code: CCEI
Country Code: CM
Location Code: CX
Branch Code :BAF
AFRILAND FIRST BANK



City: BAFOUSSAM
Country: CAMEROON
 
CCEICMCXBDACCEICMCX BDA
CCEI CM CX BDA
Bank code: CCEI
Country Code: CM
Location Code: CX
Branch Code :BDA
AFRILAND FIRST BANK



City: BAMENDA
Country: CAMEROON
 
CCEICMCXDLACCEICMCX DLA
CCEI CM CX DLA
Bank code: CCEI
Country Code: CM
Location Code: CX
Branch Code :DLA
AFRILAND FIRST BANK



City: DOUALA
Country: CAMEROON
 
CCEICMCXGRACCEICMCX GRA
CCEI CM CX GRA
Bank code: CCEI
Country Code: CM
Location Code: CX
Branch Code :GRA
AFRILAND FIRST BANK



City: GAROUA
Country: CAMEROON
 
AMITCMCXAMITCMCX XXX
AMITCMCXXXX
AMIT CM CX
AMIT CM CX XXX
Bank code: AMIT
Country Code: CM
Location Code: CX
Branch Code :XXX
AMITY BANK CAMEROON S.A.

B.P. 2705

City: DOUALA
Country: CAMEROON
 
AMITCMCXYDEAMITCMCX YDE
AMIT CM CX YDE
Bank code: AMIT
Country Code: CM
Location Code: CX
Branch Code :YDE
AMITY BANK CAMEROON S.A.

HILTON HOTEL YAOUNDE BOULEVARD DU 20 MAI

City: YAOUNDE
Country: CAMEROON
 
CCCBCMC1CCCBCMC1 XXX
CCCBCMC1XXX
CCCB CM C1
CCCB CM C1 XXX
Bank code: CCCB
Country Code: CM
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :XXX
BANK OF CREDIT AND COMMERCE CAMEROON S.A.



City: GAROUA
Country: CAMEROON
 
CCCBCMC10CDCCCBCMC1 0CD
CCCB CM C1 0CD
Bank code: CCCB
Country Code: CM
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :0CD
BANK OF CREDIT AND COMMERCE CAMEROON S.A.

6 BOULEVARD DE LA LIBERTE

City: DOUALA
Country: CAMEROON
 
CCCBCMC10CYCCCBCMC1 0CY
CCCB CM C1 0CY
Bank code: CCCB
Country Code: CM
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :0CY
BANK OF CREDIT AND COMMERCE CAMEROON S.A.

KENNEDY BUILDING AVENUE J.F. KENNEDY

City: YAOUNDE
Country: CAMEROON
 
ATCRCMCMATCRCMCM XXX
ATCRCMCMXXX
ATCR CM CM
ATCR CM CM XXX
Bank code: ATCR
Country Code: CM
Location Code: CM
Branch Code :XXX
BANQUE ATLANTIQUE CAMEROUN

IMMEUBLE ETOO FILS JOSS

City: DOUALA
Country: CAMEROON
 
BEACCMCPBEACCMCP XXX
BEACCMCPXXX
BEAC CM CP
BEAC CM CP XXX
Bank code: BEAC
Country Code: CM
Location Code: CP
Branch Code :XXX
BANQUE DES ETATS DAFRIQUE CENTRALE

RUE MONSEIGNEUR MVOGT

City: YAOUNDE
Country: CAMEROON
 
BEACCMCXBEACCMCX XXX
BEACCMCXXXX
BEAC CM CX
BEAC CM CX XXX
Bank code: BEAC
Country Code: CM
Location Code: CX
Branch Code :XXX
BANQUE DES ETATS DAFRIQUE CENTRALE

RUE MONSEIGNEUR MVOGT

City: YAOUNDE
Country: CAMEROON
 
BEACCMCX090BEACCMCX 090
BEAC CM CX 090
Bank code: BEAC
Country Code: CM
Location Code: CX
Branch Code :090
BANQUE DES ETATS DAFRIQUE CENTRALE



City: YAOUNDE
Country: CAMEROON
(SERVICES CENTRAUX YAOUNDE)


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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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