|Dubai, United Arab Emirates
|UAE Branches Centre
|UAE Branches Center, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
|Abu Dhabi Branch
|Abu Dhabi Branch, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
|Ajman Branch, Ajman, United Arab Emirates
|Al Ain Branch
|Al Ain Branch, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates
|Central Transfers Unit
|Central Transfers Unit, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
|Foreign Trade Centre
|Foreign Trade Center, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
|Dubai Branch, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
|Deira Branch, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
|Fujairah Branch, Fujairah, United Arab Emirates
|Ras Al Khaimah Branch
|Ras Al Khaimah
|Ras Al Khaimah Branch, Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates
|Sharjah Branch, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Q1: What is Arab Bank BIC code?
Ans: Arab Bank swift code, also called as Arab Bank bic code is a unique code meant to identify the bank for fund transfers. It includes the branch code, country code, location code, and code status of the bank. The Arab Bank swift code is ARABAEADXXX.
Q2: Where can I find Arab Bank swift code for a specific branch?
Ans: Arab Bank swift code is mentioned on the bank’s website, your monthly statement and even on the cheque book.
Q3: Are Arab Bank swift codes same for all the branches in the UAE?
Ans: Yes, the Arab Bank swift code are same for all its branches in the UAE. However, the branch code, usually included in the swift code is different for all the branches.
Q4: Is Arab Bank swift code same as the Arab Bank bic code?
Ans: Yes, Arab Bank swift codes and Arab Bank bic codes are same.