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|
|Mashreq||Dubai, United Arab Emirates||XXX||BOMLAEADXXX|
|Branch Name||City||Branch Code||Branch Address||Swift Code|
|Head Office||Dubai||HDO||Head Office, Dubai, United Arab Emirates||BOMLAEADHDO|
|FI-Customer Services||Dubai||CSU||FI-Customer Services, Dubai, United Arab Emirates||BOMLAEADCSU|
|Financial Institutions Division||Dubai||EBC||Financial Institutions Division, Dubai, United Arab Emirates||BOMLAEADEBC|
|Foreign Trade Centre||Dubai||FTC||Foreign Trade Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates||BOMLAEADFTC|
|Remittances Centre||Dubai||RAM||Remittances Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates||BOMLAEADRAM|
|Treasury and Investment Division||Dubai||TID||Treasury and Investment Division, Dubai, United Arab Emirates||BOMLAEADTID|
Q1: What is Mashreq Bank BIC code?
Ans: Mashreq Bank BIC code or Mashreq Bank swift code is a unique identification code for its head office branch. It is a combination of the country code, location code, branch code, code status, and country code of the branch. The swift code for Mashreq branches in the UAE is BOMLAEAD.
Q2: Where can I find my Mashreq Bank swift code?
Ans: You can visit the bank’s website or open one of your monthly bank statements to find the Mashreq Bank swift code.
Q3: Is Mashreq Bank swift code same for all the branches?
Ans: Yes, the swift code is same for all the branches. However, the branch code added at the end is branch-specific.