France Bank SWIFT Code - Page 33

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
1601LA BANQUE POSTALEPARIS(CENTRE FINANCIER DE BASSE TERRE)PSSTFRPPBTE
1602LA BANQUE POSTALEPARIS(CENTRE FINANCIER DE CAYENNE)PSSTFRPPCAY
1603LA BANQUE POSTALEPARIS(CENTRE FINANCIER DE FORT DE FRANCE)PSSTFRPPFDF
1604LA BANQUE POSTALEPARIS(CENTRE FINANCIER DE PARIS)PSSTFRPPPAR
1605LA BANQUE POSTALEPARIS(CENTRE FINANCIER DE ST DENIS)PSSTFRPPSDR
1606LA BANQUE POSTALEPARIS(DOF OPERATIONS DE MARCHE)PSSTFRPPTRE
1607LA BANQUE POSTALEPARIS(HEAD OFFICE)PSSTFRPP
1608LA BANQUE POSTALEPARIS(PRET AUX COLLECTIVITES)PSSTFRPPCCB
1609LA BANQUE POSTALERENNES(CENTRE FINANCIER DE RENNES)PSSTFRPPREN
1610LA BANQUE POSTALEROUEN(CENTRE FINANCIER DE ROUEN)PSSTFRPPROU
1611LA BANQUE POSTALESTRASBOURG(CENTRE FINANCIER DE STRASBOURG)PSSTFRPPSTR
1612LA BANQUE POSTALETOULOUSE(CENTRE FINANCIER DE TOULOUSE)PSSTFRPPTOU
1613LA BANQUE POSTALE ASSET MANAGEMENTPARISLBGAFRPP
1614LA BANQUE POSTALE HOME LOAN SFHPARISAG SIEGE SOCIALHLBPFRPP
1615LA COOPERATIVE WELCOOPVANDOEUVRE-LES-NANCYCWELFR22
1616LA POSTEPARISWBNVFRPP
1617LABORATOIRES ANIOS SASLEZENNESLABOFR22
1618LABORATOIRES THEACLERMONT FERRANDLATHFR22
1619LAFARGE SACLAMARTLAFAFRPP
1620LAGARDERE SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENTBOULOGNE BILLANCOURTLGSPFRPP
1621LAZARD FRERES BANQUEPARISLAZPFRPPMOK
1622LAZARD FRERES BANQUEPARIS(HEAD OFFICE)LAZPFRCC
1623LAZARD FRERES BANQUEPARISAG SIEGE SOCIALLAZPFRPP
1624LAZARD FRERES GESTIONPARISLAFGFRPP
1625LCL (LE CREDIT LYONNAIS)LYON(HEAD OFFICE)CRLYFRPP
1626LCL (LE CREDIT LYONNAIS)NANTERREAG NANTERRE UPFL1CRLYFRPPRMA
1627LCL (LE CREDIT LYONNAIS)PARISCRLYFRPP049
1628LCL (LE CREDIT LYONNAIS)PARIS(D C M C)CRLYFRPPDCM
1629LCL (LE CREDIT LYONNAIS)PARIS(DOCUMENTARY CREDIT DEPARTMENT)CRLYFRPPDOC
1630LCL (LE CREDIT LYONNAIS)PARIS(INTERNATIONAL GUARANTEE DEPARTMENT)CRLYFRPPIGA
1631LCL (LE CREDIT LYONNAIS)PARIS(UAC ABI)CRLYFRPP726
1632LEGRAND FRANCE SALIMOGESLEGDFR2L
1633LEMON WAYMONTREUILAG MONTREUILLEWAFRPP
1634LESAFFRE ET COMPAGNIEPARISLECPFRPP
1635LOMBARD ODIER (EUROPE) SA SUCCURSALE EN FRANCEPARIS(NDP DEPT)LOCYFRPPNDP
1636LOMBARD ODIER (EUROPE) SA SUCCURSALE EN FRANCEPARISAG ROYALELOCYFRPP
1637LOUIS DREYFUS ARMATEURSSURESNESLDARFR22
1638LOUVRE HOTELS GROUPPARISLOUVFRPP
1639LOXAM HOLDINGLORIENTLOXAFR2X
1640LUDENDO ENTREPRISESMARNE LA VALLEELUDDFR22
1641LVMH - MOET HENNESSY LOUIS VUITTONPARISLVMHFRPP
1642LYRECO SASMARLYLYREFR22
1643LYXOR ASSET MANAGEMENTPARISLAMXFRPP
1644LYXOR INTERNATIONAL ASSET MANAGEMENTPARISLIMXFRPB
1645LYXOR INTERNATIONAL ASSET MANAGEMENTPARISLIMXFRPP
1646MANUTAN INTERNATIONAL S.A.GONESSEMNINFR22
1647MARKET SECURITIES (FRANCE) SAPARISMAUFFRP2
1648MAUBOUSSINPARISMAUBFRPP
1649MBWS S.A.IVRY-SUR-SEINEMBWSFRPP
1650MCBRIDE SASLEVALLOIS PERRETMCBRFRPP

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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Swift Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and it is unique identification code for a particular bank. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also used the codes for exchanging other messages between them.

The Swift code consists of 8 or 11 characters. When 8-digits code is given, it refers to the primary office. The registrations of Swift Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium.

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