SWIFT Codes for banks in France - Page 28

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in France. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. Passive participants codes are excluded from the list.

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IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
1351CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUESSTRASBOURG(BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - CUSTODY - GMT)CMCIFRPAGMT
1352CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUESSTRASBOURG(BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - DOCUMENTARY CREDITS)CMCIFRPADOC
1353CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUESSTRASBOURG(BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - MASS AND PENSIONS PAYMENTS)CMCIFRPAPEN
1354CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUESSTRASBOURG(BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - SWIFT CHEQUE)CMCIFRPACHQ
1355CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEABREST(BACK-OFFICE PBS)CMBRFR2BPBS
1356CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEABREST(BCME)CMBRFR2BCME
1357CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEABREST(CAMEFI-BANQUE)CMBRFR2BEFI
1358CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEABREST(CFCAL)CMBRFR2BCAL
1359CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEABREST(CUSTOMERS PAYMENTS/ BACK OFFICE FLUX)CMBRFR2BARK
1360CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEABREST(DEPARTEMENT TITRES / SECURITIES DEPARTMENT)CMBRFR2BTIT
1361CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEABREST(FINANCIAL INSTITUTION RELATIONS)CMBRFR2BFIR
1362CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEABREST(HEAD OFFICE AND M MARKET BACK OFFICE / SIEGE ET BO MARCHES)CMBRFR2B
1363CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEABREST(HOME LOANS SFH)CMBRFR2BSFH
1364CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEABREST(PUBLIC SECTOR SCF)CMBRFR2BSCF
1365CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEABREST(TRADE DEPARTMENT)CMBRFR2BDOC
1366CREDIT SUISSE (LUXEMBOURG) S.A.PARISAG SUCCURSALECRESFRPP
1367CRITEO SAPARISCTIEFRPP
1368CRONITE HOLDING S.A.S.ARNAGECRNHFR22
1369CROUZET AUTOMATISMES SASVALENCECRZAFR2V
1370CYRILLUS VERTBAUDET GROUPTOURCOINGCYVBFR22
1371DANONE S.A.PARISDAFIFRPP
1372DASSAULT SYSTEMESVELIZY VILLACOUBLAYDSSAFR22
1373DBAPPAREL S.A.SLEVALLOIS PERRETDBAGFRPP
1374DBV TECHNOLOGIES S.A.MONTROUGEDBVTFR2M
1375DCNSPARISDCNSFRPP
1376DECATHLON SAVILLENEUVE D'ASCQOXYLFR22
1377DERICHEBOURG SAPARISDERHFRPP
1378DESCARTES TRADINGPUTEAUXDETDFRPP
1379DEUTSCHE BANK AGPARISDEUTFRPPSSS
1380DEUTSCHE BANK AGPARIS(SECURITIES)DEUTFRPPSEC
1381DEUTSCHE BANK AGPARISAG SUCCURSALEDEUTFRPP
1382DEXIA CREDIT LOCALPARIS(TARGET 2)CLFRFRCC
1383DEXIA CREDIT LOCALPARISAG SIEGE SOCIALCLFRFRPP
1384EBI SAPARIS(LA DEFENSE)ECOCFRPP
1385EBI SAPARIS(RESERVE)ECOCFRPPBDF
1386EDENRED SAMALAKOFFAG EDENREDEDERFR22
1387EDF ENERGIES NOUVELLESPARISEDFNFRPP
1388EDMOND DE ROTHSCHILD (FRANCE)PARISCOFIFRPPRAM
1389EDMOND DE ROTHSCHILD (FRANCE)PARISCOFIFRPPRIM
1390EDMOND DE ROTHSCHILD (FRANCE)PARIS(HEAD OFFICE)COFIFRCP
1391EDMOND DE ROTHSCHILD (FRANCE)PARISAG SIEGE SOCIALCOFIFRPP
1392EGIS S.A.GUYANCOURTEGISFR22
1393EIFFAGE S.A.VELIZY-VILLACOUBLAYEIFGFRPP
1394EIFFEL INVESTMENT GROUP SASPARISEIGSFRP2
1395ELECTRICITE DE FRANCEPARISEDFGFRP2
1396ELECTRICITE DE FRANCEPARISEDFGFRPP001
1397ELECTRICITE DE FRANCEPARISEDFGFRPPADX
1398ELECTRICITE DE FRANCEPARISEDFGFRPPBBF
1399ELECTRICITE DE FRANCEPARISEDFGFRPPBPC
1400ELECTRICITE DE FRANCEPARISEDFGFRPPSCA

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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About SWIFT Codes


SWIFT/BIC codes are used to identify specific banks and branches in international money transfers, making sure your money gets to the right place. These codes are used by banks to process international wire transfers and messages.

All SWIFT codes consist of 8 or 11 characters. An 11 digit code refers to a specific branch, while an 8 digit code (or one ending in 'XXX') refers to the bank's head office. SWIFT code registrations are handled by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT). The term SWIFT is often used interchangeably with BIC, which stands for Bank Identifier Code.

The tools here are provided for informational purposes only. Whilst every effort is made to provide accurate data, users must acknowledge that this website accepts no liability whatsoever with respect to its accuracy. Only your bank can confirm the correct bank account information. If you are making an important or time-critical payment, we recommend you contact your bank first.