List of Bank and Swift Codes in Tanzania

 

The SWIFT code of a bank is an alphanumeric code that uniquely identifies your financial institution. SWIFT code is also known as BIC or Bank Identifier Code. You do need to know your bank's SWIFT code if you are doing international transactions or wire transfers. MT103 is the format banks use when they execute what is known as a wire transfer, cable transfer, funds transfer, telegraphic transfer or SWIFT transfer.

 

 

 

 

 

  1 ACCESSBANK TANZANIA LTD DAR ES SALAAM ACTZTZTZXXX
2 AFRICAN BANKING CORPORATION TANZANIA LIMITED DAR ES SALAAM FMBZTZTXXXX
3 AKIBA COMMERCIAL BANK LTD DAR ES SALAAM AKCOTZTZXXX
4 AZANIA BANCORP DAR ES SALAAM AZANTZTZXXX
5 BANK M TANZANIA LIMITED DAR ES SALAAM BNKMTZTZXXX
6 BANK OF BARODA (TANZANIA) LTD DAR ES SALAAM BARBTZTZXXX
7 BANK OF INDIA (TANZANIA) LIMITED DAR ES SALAAM BKIDTZTZXXX
8 BANK OF TANZANIA DAR ES SALAAM TANZTZTXXXX
9 BARCLAYS BANK TANZANIA LTD DAR ES SALAAM BARCTZTZXXX
10 CF UNION BANK LTD DAR ES SALAAM CFUBTZTZXXX
11 CITIBANK TANZANIA LTD DAR ES SALAAM CITITZTZXXX
12 COMMERCIAL BANK OF AFRICA (TANZANIA) LTD DAR ES SALAAM UNBFTZTZXXX
13 CRDB BANK LIMITED DAR ES SALAAM CORUTZTZXXX
14 DAR ES SALAAM COMMUNITY BANK LTD DAR ES SALAAM DASUTZTZXXX
15 DIAMOND TRUST BANK TANZANIA LTD DAR ES SALAAM DTKETZTZXXX
16 EFATHA BANK LIMITED DAR ES SALAAM EFABTZTZXXX
17 EURAFRICAN BANK (TANZANIA) LIMITED DAR ES SALAAM EUAFTZTZXXX
18 EXIMBANK (TANZANIA) LTD DAR ES SALAAM EXTNTZTZXXX
19 FBME BANK LTD DAR ES SALAAM FBMETZTZXXX
20 HABIB AFRICAN BANK DAR ES SALAAM HABLTZTZXXX
21 INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL BANK (TANZANIA) LIMITED DAR ES SALAAM BKMYTZTZXXX
22 KENYA COMMERCIAL BANK (TANZANIA) LTD DAR ES SALAAM KCBLTZTZXXX
23 MKOMBOZI COMMERCIAL BANK LTD DAR ES SALAAM MKCBTZTZXXX
24 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, THE ARUSHA (ARUSHA BRANCH) NLCBTZTX0T4
25 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, THE DAR ES SALAAM (CORPORATE BRANCH) NLCBTZTX0T3
26 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, THE DAR ES SALAAM (FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT-NBC HOUSE) NLCBTZTXFIN
27 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, THE DAR ES SALAAM (HEADOFFICE) NLCBTZTXXXX
28 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, THE DAR ES SALAAM (SAMORA BRANCH) NLCBTZTX0T8
29 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, THE MBEYA (MBEYA BRANCH) NLCBTZTXMBE
30 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, THE MOROGORO (MOROGORO BRANCH) NLCBTZTXMOR
31 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, THE MOSHI (MOSHI BRANCH) NLCBTZTX0TM
32 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, THE MWANZA (MWANZA BRANCH) NLCBTZTX0T5
33 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, THE TANGA (TANGA BRANCH) NLCBTZTXTAN
34 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, THE ZANZIBAR (ZANZIBAR BRANCH-UNGUJA) NLCBTZTXZAN
35 NATIONAL MICROFINANCE BANK LIMITED DAR ES SALAAM NMIBTZTZXXX
36 PEOPLE’S BANK OF ZANZIBAR, THE ZANZIBAR (CHAKE CHAKE BRANCH) PBZATZTZCHK
37 PEOPLE’S BANK OF ZANZIBAR, THE ZANZIBAR (MWANAKWEREKWE BRANCH) PBZATZTZNWK
38 PEOPLE’S BANK OF ZANZIBAR, THE ZANZIBAR PBZATZTZXXX
39 SAVINGS AND FINANCE COMMERCIAL BANK LTD DAR ES SALAAM SFICTZTZXXX
40 STANBIC BANK TANZANIA LTD. DAR ES SALAAM SBICTZTXXXX
41 STANDARD CHARTERED BANK TANZANIA LTD DAR ES SALAAM SCBLTZTXXXX
42 TANZANIA INVESTMENT BANK LIMITED DAR ES SALAAM TAINTZTZXXX
43 TANZANIA POSTAL BANK DAR ES SALAAM TAPBTZTZXXX
44 TWIGA BANCORP LIMITED DAR ES SALAAM TWIGTZTZXXX
45 UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA (TANZANIA) LIMITED DAR ES SALAAM UNAFTZTZXXX

Bank M
Bank of Africa
Bank of Baroda
Barclays Bank
CF Union Bank
Citibank
Commercial Bank of Africa
CRDB Bank
Dar-es-Salaam Community Bank
Diamond Trust Bank
Ecobank
Exim Bank
FBME Bank
Habib African Bank
International Commercial Bank
Kenya Commercial Bank
Mkombozi Commercial Bank
National Bank of Commerce Limited - An affiliate of Absa
National Microfinance Bank
Peoples Bank of Zanzibar
Savings & Finance Commercial Bank
Stanbic Bank
Standard Chartered Bank
Tanzania Women's Bank
United Bank for Africa
Zenith Bank
 Other regulated financial institutions
Tanzania Investment Bank
Tanzania Postal Bank
Twiga Bancorp
 
 

 

 

 

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.
     

 

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