France Bank SWIFT Code - Page 27

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in France. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. The passive participant’s codes are excluded from the list.


IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
1301CREDIT AGRICOLEVIREAGRIFRPPVIX
1302CREDIT AGRICOLEVITREAGRIFRPPVIT
1303CREDIT AGRICOLEVITROLLESAGRIFRPPVTL
1304CREDIT AGRICOLEVITRY LE FRANCOISAGRIFRPPVLF
1305CREDIT AGRICOLEVOIRONAGRIFRPPVOI
1306CREDIT AGRICOLEVOREPPEAGRIFRPPVOR
1307CREDIT AGRICOLEWISSEMBOURGAGRIFRPPWSB
1308CREDIT AGRICOLEYVETOTAGRIFRPPYVE
1309CREDIT AGRICOLE CIBLILLEAG LILLEBSUIFRPPLIL
1310CREDIT AGRICOLE CIBLYON(LYON)BSUIFRPPLYO
1311CREDIT AGRICOLE CIBMARSEILLE(MARSEILLE)BSUIFRPPMAR
1312CREDIT AGRICOLE CIBMONTROUGEAG COURBEVOIEBSUIFRPP
1313CREDIT AGRICOLE CIBNANTESAG NANTESBSUIFRPPNAN
1314CREDIT AGRICOLE CIBPARIS(CASH-POOLING)BSUIFRPPCAP
1315CREDIT AGRICOLE CIBPARIS(CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB EQUITIES DERIVATIVES)BSUIFRPPDMA
1316CREDIT AGRICOLE CIBPARIS(CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB PRIMAIRE ACTION)BSUIFRPPPRI
1317CREDIT AGRICOLE SAANNECYAGRIFRPPACY
1318CREDIT AGRICOLE SAAURILLACAGRIFRPPAUQ
1319CREDIT AGRICOLE SABERGERACAGRIFRPPBEG
1320CREDIT AGRICOLE SABOIS GUILLAUMEAGRIFRPPBGU
1321CREDIT AGRICOLE SABRUNOY(CREDIT AGRICOLE TITRES)AGRIFRPPBRY
1322CREDIT AGRICOLE SAMONTROUGE(CREDIT AGRICOLE SA (ALM))AGRIFRPP184
1323CREDIT AGRICOLE SAMONTROUGE(CREDIT AGRICOLE SA (T2S CASH))AGRIFRPP23A
1324CREDIT AGRICOLE SAMONTROUGE(CREDIT AGRICOLE SA (T2S CASH))AGRIFRPP27A
1325CREDIT AGRICOLE SAMONTROUGE(HEAD OFFICE)AGRIFRPP
1326CREDIT AGRICOLE SANIORTAGRIFRPPNIO
1327CREDIT AGRICOLE SAORLEANSAGRIFRPPORL
1328CREDIT AGRICOLE SAPAUAGRIFRPPPAO
1329CREDIT COMMERCIAL DU SUD-OUESTMERIGNACCCBPFRPP555
1330CREDIT COOPERATIFNANTERRE(FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND TREASURY DEPARTMENT)CCOPFRPPFXD
1331CREDIT COOPERATIFNANTERRE(TARGET2)CCOPFRCP
1332CREDIT COOPERATIFNANTERREAG SIEGECCOPFRPP
1333CREDIT DU NORDLILLE(ASSURANCES VIE)NORDFRPPASV
1334CREDIT DU NORDLILLE(GESTION SOUS MANDAT)NORDFRPPGSM
1335CREDIT DU NORDLILLEAG FLANDRESNORDFRPP
1336CREDIT FONCIER DE FRANCEPARISCFFRFRPPSSS
1337CREDIT FONCIER DE FRANCEPARISCFFRFRPPTG2
1338CREDIT FONCIER DE FRANCEPARISAG PROMOTIONCFFRFRPP
1339CREDIT MUTUELLA ROCHE SUR YON(CAISSE FEDERALE OCEAN)CMCIFR2ACMO
1340CREDIT MUTUELLAVAL(CAISSE FEDERALE MAINE ANJOU BASSE NORMANDIE)CMCIFR2ALAV
1341CREDIT MUTUELLILLE(CAISSE FEDERALE NORD EUROPE - BCMNE T2)CMCIFR2ABCM
1342CREDIT MUTUELLILLE(CAISSE FEDERALE NORD EUROPE)CMCIFR2ACMN
1343CREDIT MUTUELSTRASBOURG(HOLDING BFCM)CMCIFR2A
1344CREDIT MUTUELSTRASBOURGAG SIEGECMCIFR2ACEE
1345CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUESLYON(BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - GUARANTEES)CMCIFRPAGAR
1346CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUESPARIS(BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - BFCM)CMCIFRPA
1347CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUESPARIS(BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - CASH MANAGEMENT)CMCIFRPARFT
1348CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUESPARIS(BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - CCCM T2)CMCIFRPACCM
1349CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUESPARIS(BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - CORPORATES)CMCIFRPADGE
1350CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUESSTRASBOURG(BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - COLLECTIONS)CMCIFRPAPOR

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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