- AGRICULTURAL BANK
- AL WAFA BANK
- ALEJMA'A ALARABI BANK
- AMAN BANK FOR COMMERCE AND INVESTMENT
- ARAB COMMERCIAL BANK
- ASSARAY TRADE AND INVESTMENT BANK
- BANK OF COMMERCE AND DEVELOPMENT (L.J.S.C.)
- BANQUE SAHELO-SAHARIENNE POUR L'INVESTISSEMENT ET LE COMMERCE (TRIPOLI)
- BSIC HEAD OFFICE
- CENTRAL BANK OF LIBYA
- DEVELOPMENT BANK
- FIRST GULF LIBYAN BANK
A SWIFT code (or BIC code) is a unique code that identifies financial and non-financial institutions and is mainly used for international wire transfers between banks.
The downside of international transfers with you bank
Banks use SWIFT for international transfers, but it's not the most efficient or cost-effective solution as you you might get a bad exchange rate and pay high fees. We recommend using TransferWise, which is up to 5x cheaper and gives you a great rate.