Central Bank of UAE is now also encouraging UAE nationals and residents to go cashless. Here is the list of top 10 E-wallets in the UAE.
|Branch Name||Branch Address||Branch Code||Swift Code|
|Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank||Salam Street, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates||XXX||ADCBAEAAXXX|
|Branch Name||City||Branch Code||Branch Address||Swift Code|
|Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank||Dubai||060||Al Riggah Road P 3/1 AL Qubaisi ADCB Building, Dubai, United Arab Emirates||ADCBAEAA060|
|Important ADCB Accounts|
|ADCB Bank Accounts||ADCB Savings Account|
|ADCB Business Account||ADCB Current Account|
|ADCB Fixed Deposit Account||ADCB Salary Account|
Q1: What is Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank BIC code?
Ans: Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank swift code is an identification code used to identify all of its branches. The swift code is also known as bic code. ADCB bic code is a combination of country code, location code, branch code, and code status. The swift code for ADCB bank is ADCBAEAAXXX.
Q2: Where can I find my Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank swift code?
Ans: You can find Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank swift code on one of your bank statements, on your cheque book, or on the bank’s website.
Q3: Are Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank swift codes same for all the branches in the UAE?
Ans: Yes, the ADCB swift code is same for all its branches in the UAE. However, you need to add the branch code based on the chosen branch at the end of the swift code.
Q4: Are Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank swift codes same as the bic codes?
Ans: Yes, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank swift codes and bic codes are same.
Q5: When should I use ADCB swift code?
Ans: You are required to use Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank swift code while transferring funds from your bank account.