Find Dubai Islamic Bank, Dubai SWIFT Code Information. The Swift Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and it is unique identification code for a particular bank.
Swift Code is used for international wire transfers between banks. This code is required for transferring money securely from one institution to another.
Dubai Islamic Bank branches Swift Codes
|Branch Name||Branch Code||Swift Code/BIC|
|Direct Equities Operations||DEO||DUIBAEADDEO|
|Department Letters of Credit||LCS||DUIBAEADLCS|
What is a SWIFT Code?
Swift Code (BIC) is a 8 to 11 character unique identification code for a bank or a Financial Institution. Swift code is required for the international wire transfer.
Money transfer and Messages between financial institutions requires this code.
What is the Format of Swift Code?
If the Swift code contains only 8 digit, then it represent the head office. All branches Swift code will have a unique 3 digit branch code added to the main or head office Swift code.
Find the Swift code format below:
AAAA BB CC DDD
* First four characters (Letters only ) represents the Bank code
* Next two characters (Letters only) is the ISO Country code
* Next two characters (can have Letter and Number) is the location code
* Finally the last 3 Characters (can have Letters and Numbers ) is the unique branch code.