SWIFT Codes for banks in France - Page 31

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
1501HENNER SASNEUILLY SUR SEINEHENNFRPP
1502HERMES INTERNATIONALPARISHRMSFRPP
1503HIQ CONSULTING SASBOULOGNE BILLANCOURTHIQCFRPP
1504HMG FINANCE SAPARISHMGFFRPP
1505HOLDHAMHEROUVILLE-SAINT-CLAIRHOLDFR22
1506HOLDING LE DUFF 'HLD'RENNESHDUFFR2R
1507HORUS FINANCE S.A.PARISHORFFRPP
1508HSBC BANK PLCPARIS(SSS ROUTING)MIDLFRPX111
1509HSBC BANK PLCPARIS(SSS ROUTING)MIDLFRPX222
1510HSBC BANK PLCPARISAG SIEGE SOCIALMIDLFRPX
1511HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)ARRASAG ARRASCCFRFRPP330
1512HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)BORDEAUXAG BORDEAUXCCFRFRPP120
1513HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)CANNESAG PONT DES GABRESCCFRFRPP222
1514HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)DIJONAG DIJONCCFRFRPP320
1515HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)GRASSEAG GRASSE 224CCFRFRPP224
1516HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)GRENOBLEAG GRENOBLECCFRFRPP280
1517HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)LE HAVREAG LE HAVRECCFRFRPP140
1518HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)LILLEAG LILLECCFRFRPP150
1519HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)LYONAG BOURSECCFRFRPP170
1520HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)MARSEILLEAG BORELYCCFRFRPP209
1521HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)MULHOUSEAG MULHOUSECCFRFRPP210
1522HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)NANCYAG NANCYCCFRFRPP310
1523HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)NICEAG GUBERNATISCCFRFRPP220
1524HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)PARIS(AGENCE CENTRALE)CCFRFRPP030
1525HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)PARIS(AGENCE GRANDES ENTREPRISES)CCFRFRPP024
1526HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)PARIS(BIC SSS)CCFRFRPPNTX
1527HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)PARIS(CASH EQUITY)CCFRFRPPEQC
1528HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)PARIS(CASH POOLING)CCFRFRPPSWT
1529HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)PARIS(SEPA DIRECT DEBITS)CCFRFRPPSDD
1530HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)PARIS(SUCCURSALE LAFAYETTE)CCFRFRPP040
1531HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)PARIS(SUCCURSALE SAINT AUGUSTIN)CCFRFRPP050
1532HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)PARISAG SIEGE 434CCFRFRPP
1533HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)ROUBAIXAG ROUBAIXCCFRFRPP151
1534HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)RUNGISAG RUNGISCCFRFRPP089
1535HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)STRASBOURGAG STRASBOURGCCFRFRPP260
1536HSBC FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC CCF)TOURCOINGAG TOURCOINGCCFRFRPP152
1537HSBC GLOBAL ASSET MANAGEMENT FRANCECOURBEVOIEHAMFFRPB
1538HSBC GLOBAL ASSET MANAGEMENT FRANCE (FORMERLY HSBC ASSET MANAGEMENT (EUROPE) SACOURBEVOIEHAMFFRPP
1539HSBC GLOBAL ASSET MANAGEMENT FRANCE (FORMERLY SINOPIA ASSET MANAGEMENT)COURBEVOIESAMFFRPP
1540HSBC SFH (FRANCE)PARISHSFHFRPP
1541IBANFIRSTPARISAG SIEGE SOCIALFXBBFRPP
1542ID2S S.A.PARISRSETFRPP
1543IDEMIA FRANCECOLOMBESOTSAFRPP
1544IM GLOBAL PARTNER SASPARISGLPSFRP2
1545IMERYS SAPARISIMERFRPP
1546INDIGO PARKPUTEAUXVPKSFR22
1547INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL BANK OF CHINA (EUROPE) S.A., PARIS BRANCHPARISAG SIEGE SOCIALICBKFRPP
1548INFOVISTA HOLDINGLES ULISISTAFR22
1549ING BANK FRANCE COMMERCIAL BANKINGPARISAG WHOLESALE BANKINGINGBFRPP
1550INGENICOPARISIGENFR22

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.