List of Bank and Swift Codes in Uganda

 

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 BANK OF AFRICA-UGANDA LTD. KAMPALA AFRIUGKAXXX
2 BANK OF BARODA (UGANDA) LIMITED KAMPALA BARBUGKAXXX
3 BANK OF UGANDA KAMPALA (LETTERS OF CREDIT PROCESSING) UGBAUGKABKG
4 BANK OF UGANDA KAMPALA UGBAUGKAXXX
5 BARCLAYS BANK OF UGANDA LTD. KAMPALA BARCUGKXXXX
6 CAIRO INTERNATIONAL BANK LTD KAMPALA CAIEUGKAXXX
7 CAPITAL FINANCE CORPORATION LTD KAMPALA ABCFUGKAXXX
8 CENTENARY RURAL DEVELOPMENT BANK LIMITED KAMPALA CERBUGKAXXX
9 CITIBANK UGANDA LIMITED KAMPALA (TRADE SERVICES DEPT) CITIUGKATRD
10 CITIBANK UGANDA LIMITED KAMPALA CITIUGKAXXX
11 CRANE BANK LTD KAMPALA CRANUGKAXXX
12 DFCU BANK KAMPALA DFCUUGKAXXX
13 DIAMOND TRUST BANK UGANDA LIMITED KAMPALA DTKEUGKAXXX
14 EAST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK KAMPALA AFDEUGKAXXX
15 ECOBANK UGANDA KAMPALA ECOCUGKAXXX
16 EQUITY BANK UGANDA LTD KAMPALA EQBLUGKAXXX
17 FINA BANK LIMITED KAMPALA FBAKUGKAXXX
18 GLOBAL TRUST BANK UGANDA KAMPALA GLTBUGKAXXX
19 HOUSING FINANCE BANK LTD. KAMPALA HFINUGKAXXX
20 KCB BANK UGANDA LIMITED KAMPALA KCBLUGKAXXX
21 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE (UGANDA) LTD KAMPALA NACOUGKAXXX
22 ORIENT BANK LIMITED KAMPALA ORINUGKAXXX
23 POSTBANK UGANDA LIMITED KAMPALA UGPBUGKAXXX
24 STANBIC BANK UGANDA LIMITED KAMPALA SBICUGKXXXX
25 STANDARD CHARTERED BANK UGANDA LIMITED KAMPALA (SECURITIES SERVICES UNIT) SCBLUGKASSU
26 STANDARD CHARTERED BANK UGANDA LIMITED KAMPALA SCBLUGKAXXX
27 TROPICAL BANK LTD KAMPALA TROAUGKAXXX
28 UGANDA DEVELOPMENT BANK LTD KAMPALA UGDBUGKAXXX
29 UGANDA SECURITIES EXCHANGE LTD KAMPALA USCDUGKAXXX
30 UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA (UGANDA) LTD KAMPALA UNAFUGKAXXX

 Central bank
Bank of Uganda
 Development banks
East African Development Bank
Uganda Development Bank
 Investment banks
African Alliance Investment Bank
Dyer & Blair Investment Bank
Merchant Bank of East Africa (MBEA)
Renaissance Capital Investment Bank
 Commercial banks
ABC Bank
Bank of Africa (Uganda)
Bank of Baroda (Uganda)
Barclays Bank
Cairo International Bank
Centenary Bank
Citibank
Crane Bank
DFCU Bank
Diamond Trust Bank (Uganda) Limited
Ecobank (Uganda)
Equity Bank (Uganda)
Fina Bank (Uganda)
Global Trust Bank
Housing Finance Bank
Kenya Commercial Bank
National Bank of Commerce (Uganda)
Orient Bank - A subsidiary of Bank PHB of Nigeria
PostBank Uganda
Stanbic Bank (Uganda) Limited
Standard Chartered Bank
Tropical Bank
United Bank for Africa (Uganda)
 Licensed credit institutions
Mercantile Credit Bank
Faulu Uganda
 Centrally regulated microfinance institutions
FINCA Uganda Limited
Pride Microfinance Limited
Uganda Finance Trust Limited
Uganda Microfinance Limited
 Other microfinance institutions
Acfode, Kampala
Acord, Kampala
Action On Disability
Adjumani Youth Association
Kasaala Savings & Credit Society Ltd.
All Nations, Lira
Bale Community Based Organisation
Bakebezi Growers Cooperative
Bamunanika Cooperative Society
Bigaijuka Cooperative Society
Buddo Growers Cooperative
Bufumbira Island Development Association
Bukedea Women's Strugglers Association
Buruto, Fort Portal
Busiro South Development Association
Buso Foundation, Kampala
Busoga Development Agency
Buwekula Women's Development Association
Catholic Relief Services
Christian Charity Center
Demobilised Women Civil Servants
Ecumenical Church Loan Fund
Feed The Children Uganda
Foundation For Credit
FOCCAS, Mbale
Frontpage Microfinance
Goli Church of Uganda Microfinance
HOFOKAM (Hoima Fort Portal Kasese Catholic Diocese Microfinance)
Hoima-Kibaale Integrated Development
Hoima Rural Development Organisation
Ibanda Small Scale Industries Association
INFOCIN Uganda Ltd.
Kabale Networking Organisation (KABNETO)
Kabwangasi Cooperative Society
Kameke Growers Cooperative
Kampala Social & Economic Development
Kasodo Growers Cooperative
Kassada Development Association
Kidea Enterprises Limited
Kigezi Diocese Rugarama
Kiwafu Cooperative Society Ltd.
Kole Development Apac
Kolping Mityana Women's Project
Kyotomanya Savings Society Ltd.
Kutesa Development Task-force
LIDDA Lira
Lubaga Development Agency
Mednet World Vision
Micro Credit Development Trust
Micro Projects Programme
Mityana Livestock Cooperative
Morukokume Growers Cooperative
Mpigi Women Development Trust
Muhabura Diocese Cooperative
Naddangira Cooperative Society
Naggalama Growers Cooperative
Namirali Cooperative Society
NAWOU, Kampala
Nebbi Community Cooperative
Opwateta Growers Cooperative
OCBO, Kyotera
Orungo Development Society, Soroti
PACT, Masindi
Pearl Microfinance Ltd
Ringa Finance Ltd
Rub Systems Uganda
Rukungiri Development Association
RUMECS, Iganga
Save Mothers & Children Association
SETCA Womens Link, Jinja
Soroti Diocese Development Organisation
St. Mulumba Friendly Society, Jinja
SOMED, Masindi
Tallent Calls Club
Teso Islamic Development Assciation
Tororo Manufactured Association Credit
UGAFODE, Kampala
Uganda Association for Social-Economic Progress
UCSCU, Kawempe
Uganda Foster Parents
Uganda Kolping Society
Uganda Small Scale Industries
Uganda War Widows Foundation
Uganda Womens Finance Trust
Uganda Womens Foundation Fund
URDT, Kampala
USSIA Wobulenzi, Luwero
UWESO, Kampala
VEDCO, Kampala
Victoria Building Society
Voluntary Action for Development
ZOKUDA, Kaliro
Poverty Alleviation & Development Association
 
 

 

 

 

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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