SWIFT Codes for banks in France - Page 38

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
1851Societe GeneraleCAVAILLONAG CAVAILLONSOGEFRPPCAV
1852Societe GeneraleCERGY PONTOISEAG CERGYSOGEFRPPCGY
1853Societe GeneraleCHALON SUR SAONEAG REPUBLIQUESOGEFRPPCSS
1854Societe GeneraleCHALONS EN CHAMPAGNEAG CHALONS CHAMPAGNESOGEFRPPCSM
1855Societe GeneraleCHAMBERYAG ENTREPRISESSOGEFRPPCHY
1856Societe GeneraleCHARLEVILLE-MEZIERESAG CHARLEVILLESOGEFRPPCHM
1857Societe GeneraleCHARTRESAG CHARTRESSOGEFRPPCHS
1858Societe GeneraleCHATEAU THIERRYAG CHATEAU THIERRYSOGEFRPPCHT
1859Societe GeneraleCHATEAUROUXAG CHATEAUROUXSOGEFRPPCHX
1860Societe GeneraleCHATOUAG CENTRESOGEFRPPCHA
1861Societe GeneraleCHERBOURG-OCTEVILLEAG CHERBOURGSOGEFRPPCHE
1862Societe GeneraleCLERMONT FERRANDAG ETATS UNISSOGEFRPPCLF
1863Societe GeneraleCLICHY(AGENCE DE CLICHY SUR SEINE)SOGEFRPPCLI
1864Societe GeneraleCOGNACAG CENTRESOGEFRPPCOG
1865Societe GeneraleCOMPIEGNEAG COMPIEGNESOGEFRPPCOM
1866Societe GeneraleCONFLANS SAINTE HONORINEAG CONFLANSSOGEFRPPCSH
1867Societe GeneraleCOURBEVOIE(COURBEVOIE CIG)SOGEFRPPCIG
1868Societe GeneraleCOURBEVOIE(DEFENSE SEINE ENTREPRISES)SOGEFRPPDSE
1869Societe GeneraleCREILAG GARESOGEFRPPCRE
1870Societe GeneraleCREPY EN VALOISAG CREPY EN VALOISSOGEFRPPCEV
1871Societe GeneraleCRETEILAG LA BRECHESOGEFRPPCRT
1872Societe GeneraleDAXAG DAXSOGEFRPPDAX
1873Societe GeneraleDIEPPEAG LA BARRESOGEFRPPDIE
1874Societe GeneraleDIGOINAG DIGOINSOGEFRPPDIG
1875Societe GeneraleDIJONAG LIBERTESOGEFRPPDIJ
1876Societe GeneraleDOUAIAG DOUAISOGEFRPPDOU
1877Societe GeneraleDRAGUIGNANAG DRAGUIGNANSOGEFRPPDRA
1878Societe GeneraleDREUXAG DREUXSOGEFRPPDRX
1879Societe GeneraleDUNKERQUEAG DUNKERQUESOGEFRPPDUN
1880Societe GeneraleELBEUFAG ELBEUFSOGEFRPPELB
1881Societe GeneraleEPERNAYAG EPERNAYSOGEFRPPEPY
1882Societe GeneraleEPINALAG EPINALSOGEFRPPEPI
1883Societe GeneraleETAMPESAG ETAMPESSOGEFRPPETA
1884Societe GeneraleEVREUXAG EVREUXSOGEFRPPEVX
1885Societe GeneraleEVRYAG EVRYSOGEFRPPEVR
1886Societe GeneraleFERNEY VOLTAIREAG FERNEY VOLTAIRESOGEFRPPFEV
1887Societe GeneraleFOIXAG FOIXSOGEFRPPFOX
1888Societe GeneraleFONTAINEBLEAUAG FONTAINEBLEAUSOGEFRPPFON
1889Societe GeneraleFONTENAY SOUS BOIS(GARANTIES INTERNATIONALES VDF)SOGEFRPPGAR
1890Societe GeneraleFONTENAY SOUS BOIS(SG FONTENAY SOUS BOIS BOUCLES DE LA MARNE)SOGEFRPPFBM
1891Societe GeneraleFONTENAY SOUS BOIS(SG MESSAGERIE DE RELANCE)SOGEFRPPHRS
1892Societe GeneraleFONTENAY SOUS BOISAG OPI ACASOGEFRPPST2
1893Societe GeneraleGRANVILLEAG ST NICOLASSOGEFRPPGRA
1894Societe GeneraleGRASSEAG GRASSESOGEFRPPGRS
1895Societe GeneraleGRAULHETAG GRAULHETSOGEFRPPGRL
1896Societe GeneraleGRENOBLE(GRENOBLE MEYLAN)SOGEFRPPGRM
1897Societe GeneraleGRENOBLE(GRENOBLE VICTOR HUGO)SOGEFRPPGVH
1898Societe GeneraleHOUILLESAG HOUILLESSOGEFRPPHOU
1899Societe GeneraleHYERESAG HYERESSOGEFRPPHYE
1900Societe GeneraleISSY LES MOULINEAUXAG CORENTIN CELTONSOGEFRPPILM

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.