SWIFT/BIC codes in Libya 🇱🇾

SWIFT code Bank City Branch
ABCNLYLT AMAN BANK FOR COMMERCE AND INVESTMENT TRIPOLI
ABCNLYLT015 AMAN BANK FOR COMMERCE AND INVESTMENT BENGHAZI (BENGHAZI BRANCH)
ABCNLYLT017 AMAN BANK FOR COMMERCE AND INVESTMENT TRIPOLI
ACOMLYLT ARAB COMMERCIAL BANK TRIPOLI
ALWFLYLT AL WAFA BANK TRIPOLI
ATIBLYLT ASSARAY TRADE AND INVESTMENT BANK TRIPOLI
BSAHLYLX BANQUE SAHELO-SAHARIENNE POUR L'INVESTISSEMENT ET LE COMMERCE (TRIPOLI) TRIPOLI
CBLJLYLX CENTRAL BANK OF LIBYA TRIPOLI
CBLJLYLX001 CENTRAL BANK OF LIBYA BENGHAZI (BENGHAZI BRANCH)
CBLJLYLX002 CENTRAL BANK OF LIBYA SEBHA (SEBHA BRANCH)
CBLJLYLX004 CENTRAL BANK OF LIBYA TRIPOLI (OPERATION DEPARTMENT)
CBLJLYLY CENTRAL BANK OF LIBYA TRIPOLI
CDBLLYLT BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI
CDBLLYLT011 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (BENGHAZI MAIN BRANCH)
CDBLLYLT012 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (EL FOROSIA AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT013 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (BENINA AIRPORT AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT014 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (ISLAMIC CALL AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT015 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (EL BERKA AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT017 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (GARDEN CITY AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT018 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (CHILDREN AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT019 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) EJDABIA (EJDABIA BRANCH)
CDBLLYLT021 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (TRIPOLI MAIN BRANCH)
CDBLLYLT022 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (GOUT AL SHAAL AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT023 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (EL FATEH TOWER AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT025 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (GERGARISH AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT026 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (DAT EL IMAD AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT027 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (GRAND HOTEL AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT029 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (EL MADAR AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT031 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) MISURATA (MISURATA MAIN BRANCH)
CDBLLYLT032 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) MISURATA (AFRICA AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT041 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TOBRUK (TOBRUK MAIN BRANCH)
CDBLLYLT042 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) EMSSAED (EMSSAED AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT051 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) EL ZAWIA (EL ZAWIA MAIN BRANCH)
CDBLLYLT052 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) ZWARA (ZWARA MAIN BRANCH)
CDBLLYLT061 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) EL BIEDA (EL BIEDA MAIN BRANCH)
CDBLLYLT071 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) ZLITEN (ZLITEN MAIN BRANCH)
CDBLLYLT081 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) SIRTE (SIRTE MAIN BRANCH)
CDBLLYLT091 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) DERNA (DRNA BRANCH)
CDBLLYLT101 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) AL KHUMS (AL KOMS BRANCH)
CDBLLYLT111 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (EL FOHIT AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT112 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (TWENTY STREET AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT114 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (AL HAWARY)
CDBLLYLT124 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) BENGHAZI (MOBILE BANK)
CDBLLYLT221 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (SOUK EL GOUMA AGENCY)
CDBLLYLT222 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (TAGORA BRANCH)
CDBLLYLT223 BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.) TRIPOLI (BEN ASHOWR)
DEVOLYLT DEVELOPMENT BANK TRIPOLI
EJABLYLX ALEJMA'A ALARABI BANK BENGHAZI
FGBLLYLT FIRST GULF LIBYAN BANK TRIPOLI
GNMTLYL1 GENERAL NATIONAL MARITIME TRANSPORT COMPANY TRIPOLI

What is a SWIFT code?

A SWIFT code, also commonly known as a BIC Code, is a standard format to uniquely identify all banks and financial institutions across the world. The SWIFT code is a standard format for Business Identifier Codes (BIC).

If you send money across international lines you almost always need to use a SWIFT code, as it’s the way banks, financial institutions and money transfer services identify where to send money on a global scale. You can think of a SWIFT/BIC code a bit like an international postal code. Your bank uses the code to send the money to the right bank in another country. Just like sending mail to an incorrect ZIP/postal code means it could get returned, the same applies for your money and an incorrect SWIFT code.

What does a SWIFT look like?

A SWIFT code can be either 8 or 11 characters long:

AAAA BB CC DDD

More info about SWIFT/BIC codes

There are 2 types of SWIFT code: live and passive. Live codes are for financial institutions who are connected to the SWIFT network while passive Codes are used for manual transactions. Passive SWIFT codes will have a 1 as the second digit of the 2 character location code.

SWIFT code registrations and management are the responsibility of "Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication" (“SWIFT”) which is located in La Hulpe, Belgium.

SWIFT is the registered trademark of S.W.I.F.T. SCRL with a registered address at Avenue Adèle 1, B-1310 La Hulpe, Belgium.