France Bank SWIFT Code - Page 37

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.


NoBankCityBranchSwift Code
1801Societe GeneraleALESAG REPUBLIQUESOGEFRPPALE
1802Societe GeneraleAMIENSAG AMIENSSOGEFRPPAMI
1803Societe GeneraleANGERSAG ANGERSSOGEFRPPAGS
1804Societe GeneraleANGOULEMEAG ANGOULEMESOGEFRPPANG
1805Societe GeneraleANNECYAG ANNECYSOGEFRPPANY
1806Societe GeneraleANNEMASSEAG ANNEMASSESOGEFRPPANS
1807Societe GeneraleANTIBESAG VILLESOGEFRPPANT
1808Societe GeneraleARCACHONAG ARCACHONSOGEFRPPARC
1809Societe GeneraleARGENTEUILAG ARGENTEUILSOGEFRPPAGT
1810Societe GeneraleARLESAG ARLESSOGEFRPPARL
1811Societe GeneraleARMENTIERESAG ARMENTIERESSOGEFRPPARM
1812Societe GeneraleARRASAG THEATRESOGEFRPPARR
1813Societe GeneraleASNIERES-SUR-SEINEAG GARESOGEFRPPASN
1814Societe GeneraleAUBERVILLIERSAG AUBERVILLIERSSOGEFRPPAUB
1815Societe GeneraleAURILLACAG AURILLACSOGEFRPPAUR
1816Societe GeneraleAUXERREAG AUXERRESOGEFRPPAUX
1817Societe GeneraleAVIGNONAG REPUBLIQUESOGEFRPPAVI
1818Societe GeneraleBAR LE DUCAG BAR LE DUCSOGEFRPPBLD
1819Societe GeneraleBASTIAAG ST NICOLASSOGEFRPPBAS
1820Societe GeneraleBAYONNEAG BAYONNESOGEFRPPBAY
1821Societe GeneraleBEAUMONT SUR OISEAG BEAUMONT SUR OISESOGEFRPPBSO
1822Societe GeneraleBEAUNEAG BEAUNESOGEFRPPBEA
1823Societe GeneraleBEAUVAISAG GAMBETTASOGEFRPPBEV
1824Societe GeneraleBELFORTAG BELFORTSOGEFRPPBEF
1825Societe GeneraleBESANCONAG BESANCONSOGEFRPPBES
1826Societe GeneraleBETHUNEAG BETHUNESOGEFRPPBET
1827Societe GeneraleBEZIERSAG JEAN JAURESSOGEFRPPBEZ
1828Societe GeneraleBLOISAG CENTRESOGEFRPPBLO
1829Societe GeneraleBOBIGNYAG BOBIGNYSOGEFRPPBOB
1830Societe GeneraleBONDYAG BONDYSOGEFRPPBON
1831Societe GeneraleBORDEAUX(BORDEAUX INTENDANCE)SOGEFRPPBOI
1832Societe GeneraleBORDEAUX(BORDEAUX PERIPHERIE)SOGEFRPPBOP
1833Societe GeneraleBOULOGNE BILLANCOURT(OUEST ENTREPRISES)SOGEFRPPOUE
1834Societe GeneraleBOULOGNE BILLANCOURTAG JEAN JAURESSOGEFRPPBSS
1835Societe GeneraleBOULOGNE BILLANCOURTAG SEMBATSOGEFRPPBIL
1836Societe GeneraleBOULOGNE SUR MERAG BOULOGNE SUR MERSOGEFRPPBSM
1837Societe GeneraleBOURG EN BRESSEAG BOURG EN BRESSESOGEFRPPBEB
1838Societe GeneraleBOURG LA REINEAG BOURG LA REINESOGEFRPPBLR
1839Societe GeneraleBOURGESAG CENTRESOGEFRPPBOU
1840Societe GeneraleBOURGOIN JALLIEUAG BOURGOIN JALLIEUSOGEFRPPBOJ
1841Societe GeneraleBRESTAG BRESTSOGEFRPPBRE
1842Societe GeneraleBRIVE LA GAILLARDEAG BRIVESOGEFRPPBRI
1843Societe GeneraleBRUNOYAG BRUNOYSOGEFRPPBRU
1844Societe GeneraleCAENAG CAENSOGEFRPPCAE
1845Societe GeneraleCALAISAG CALAISSOGEFRPPCAL
1846Societe GeneraleCAMBRAIAG CAMBRAISOGEFRPPCAM
1847Societe GeneraleCANNESAG CANNESSOGEFRPPCAN
1848Societe GeneraleCARCASSONNEAG CARCASSONNESOGEFRPPCAR
1849Societe GeneraleCARPENTRASAG CARPENTRASSOGEFRPPCAT
1850Societe GeneraleCAUDRYAG CAUDRYSOGEFRPPCAU

Last Database Update : 6th December 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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