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Swift codes of banks in Saudi Arabia
SWIFT CodeEquivalent SWIFT/BIC CodesSWIFT Code BreakdownBank Name & AddressBranch Name
BJAZSAJE009BJAZSAJE 009
BJAZ SA JE 009
Bank code: BJAZ
Country Code: SA
Location Code: JE
Branch Code :009
BANK AL-JAZIRA



City: DAMMAM
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
(DAMMAM BRANCH)
BJAZSAJE010BJAZSAJE 010
BJAZ SA JE 010
Bank code: BJAZ
Country Code: SA
Location Code: JE
Branch Code :010
BANK AL-JAZIRA



City: MAKKAH AL-MUKARRAMA
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
(MAKKAH MUKARRAMA BRANCH)
BJAZSAJE011BJAZSAJE 011
BJAZ SA JE 011
Bank code: BJAZ
Country Code: SA
Location Code: JE
Branch Code :011
BANK AL-JAZIRA



City: MADINA MUNAWWARA
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
(MADINA MUNAWWARA BRANCH)
BJAZSAJE013BJAZSAJE 013
BJAZ SA JE 013
Bank code: BJAZ
Country Code: SA
Location Code: JE
Branch Code :013
BANK AL-JAZIRA



City: ALKHOBAR
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
(ALKHOBAR BRANCH)
BJAZSAJE016BJAZSAJE 016
BJAZ SA JE 016
Bank code: BJAZ
Country Code: SA
Location Code: JE
Branch Code :016
BANK AL-JAZIRA



City: RIYADH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
(OLAYYAH BRANCH)
BJAZSAJE019BJAZSAJE 019
BJAZ SA JE 019
Bank code: BJAZ
Country Code: SA
Location Code: JE
Branch Code :019
BANK AL-JAZIRA



City: JUBAIL
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
(JUBAIL BRANCH)
BJAZSAJE021BJAZSAJE 021
BJAZ SA JE 021
Bank code: BJAZ
Country Code: SA
Location Code: JE
Branch Code :021
BANK AL-JAZIRA



City: JEDDAH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
(MADINA ROAD BRANCH)
BJAZSAJE025BJAZSAJE 025
BJAZ SA JE 025
Bank code: BJAZ
Country Code: SA
Location Code: JE
Branch Code :025
BANK AL-JAZIRA



City: HOFUF
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
(HOFUF BRANCH)
BJAZSAJE026BJAZSAJE 026
BJAZ SA JE 026
Bank code: BJAZ
Country Code: SA
Location Code: JE
Branch Code :026
BANK AL-JAZIRA



City: BURAIDAH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
(BURAIDAH BRANCH)
BJAZSAJE027BJAZSAJE 027
BJAZ SA JE 027
Bank code: BJAZ
Country Code: SA
Location Code: JE
Branch Code :027
BANK AL-JAZIRA



City: RIYADH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
(SITTEEN STREET BRANCH)
BMUSSARIBMUSSARI XXX
BMUSSARIXXX
BMUS SA RI
BMUS SA RI XXX
Bank code: BMUS
Country Code: SA
Location Code: RI
Branch Code :XXX
BANK MUSCAT SAOG

P.O. BOX 54488, KING FAHAD ROAD

City: RIYADH 11514
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
 
BSFRSARIBSFRSARI XXX
BSFRSARIXXX
BSFR SA RI
BSFR SA RI XXX
Bank code: BSFR
Country Code: SA
Location Code: RI
Branch Code :XXX
BANQUE SAUDI FRANSI

AL MAATHER ROAD
P.O. BOX 56006

City: RIYADH 11554
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
 
BSFRSARIESTBSFRSARI EST
BSFR SA RI EST
Bank code: BSFR
Country Code: SA
Location Code: RI
Branch Code :EST
BANQUE SAUDI FRANSI

ALKHODRI BUILDING GROUND FLOOR KING ABDULAZIZ

City: ALKHOBAR
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
(EASTERN REGION)
BSFRSARIGEMBSFRSARI GEM
BSFR SA RI GEM
Bank code: BSFR
Country Code: SA
Location Code: RI
Branch Code :GEM
BANQUE SAUDI FRANSI

AL-MAATHER GROUND FLOOR

City: RIYADH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
(HEAD OFFICE)
BSFRSARIRYDBSFRSARI RYD
BSFR SA RI RYD
Bank code: BSFR
Country Code: SA
Location Code: RI
Branch Code :RYD
BANQUE SAUDI FRANSI

AL-MAATHER GROUND FLOOR

City: RIYADH
Country: SAUDI ARABIA
(CENTRAL REGION)


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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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