SWIFT Codes for banks in France - Page 39

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
1901Societe GeneraleIVRY SUR SEINEAG CENTRESOGEFRPPIVS
1902Societe GeneraleJUVISY SUR ORGEAG JUVISYSOGEFRPPJSO
1903Societe GeneraleLA REOLEAG LA REOLESOGEFRPPLRE
1904Societe GeneraleLA ROCHE SUR YONAG CENTRESOGEFRPPLRY
1905Societe GeneraleLA ROCHELLEAG LA ROCHELLESOGEFRPPLRO
1906Societe GeneraleLANGONAG LANGONSOGEFRPPLGN
1907Societe GeneraleLAONAG HOTEL DE VILLESOGEFRPPLAO
1908Societe GeneraleLAVALAG LAVALSOGEFRPPLAV
1909Societe GeneraleLE HAVREAG LE HAVRESOGEFRPPLHA
1910Societe GeneraleLE MANSAG LE MANSSOGEFRPPLEM
1911Societe GeneraleLE RAINCYAG CENTRESOGEFRPPRAI
1912Societe GeneraleLENSAG LENSSOGEFRPPLEN
1913Societe GeneraleLES MUREAUXAG LES MUREAUXSOGEFRPPLMX
1914Societe GeneraleLEVALLOIS PERRETAG ANATOLE FRANCESOGEFRPPLEP
1915Societe GeneraleLIBOURNEAG LIBOURNESOGEFRPPLIB
1916Societe GeneraleLILLE(LILLE METROPOLE)SOGEFRPPLLM
1917Societe GeneraleLILLE(LILLE NATIONALE)SOGEFRPPLIN
1918Societe GeneraleLIMOGESAG LIMOGESSOGEFRPPLIM
1919Societe GeneraleLISIEUXAG LISIEUXSOGEFRPPLIS
1920Societe GeneraleLONGJUMEAUAG LONGJUMEAUSOGEFRPPLGJ
1921Societe GeneraleLONGWYAG LONGWY BASSOGEFRPPLOG
1922Societe GeneraleLONS LE SAUNIERAG LONS LE SAUNIERSOGEFRPPLLS
1923Societe GeneraleLORIENTAG LORIENTSOGEFRPPLOR
1924Societe GeneraleLOURDESAG LOURDESSOGEFRPPLDS
1925Societe GeneraleLYON(COMPTES PARTICULIERS)SOGEFRPPLPA
1926Societe GeneraleLYON(ENTREPRISES)SOGEFRPPLYE
1927Societe GeneraleLYON(LYON LA PART DIEU)SOGEFRPPLPD
1928Societe GeneraleLYON(LYON OUEST)SOGEFRPPLYO
1929Societe GeneraleLYON(LYON REPUBLIQUE)SOGEFRPPLYP
1930Societe GeneraleMACONAG MACONSOGEFRPPMAN
1931Societe GeneraleMAISONS LAFFITTEAG MAISONS LAFFITTESOGEFRPPMAL
1932Societe GeneraleMALAKOFFAG MAIRIESOGEFRPPMON
1933Societe GeneraleMANTES LA JOLIEAG MANTES LA JOLIESOGEFRPPMLJ
1934Societe GeneraleMARIGNANE(DEC MARIGNANE)SOGEFRPPMRG
1935Societe GeneraleMARMANDEAG MARMANDESOGEFRPPMAR
1936Societe GeneraleMARSEILLE(MARSEILLE CANEBIERE)SOGEFRPPMAC
1937Societe GeneraleMARSEILLE(MARSEILLE PRADO)SOGEFRPPMAP
1938Societe GeneraleMASSY(MASSY-PALAISEAU)SOGEFRPPMPL
1939Societe GeneraleMAUBEUGEAG MAUBEUGESOGEFRPPMAU
1940Societe GeneraleMAZAMETAG MAZAMETSOGEFRPPMAZ
1941Societe GeneraleMEAUXAG MEAUXSOGEFRPPMEX
1942Societe GeneraleMELUNAG MELUNSOGEFRPPMEL
1943Societe GeneraleMETZ(AGENCE DE METZ)SOGEFRPPMTZ
1944Societe GeneraleMILLAUAG MILLAUSOGEFRPPMIL
1945Societe GeneraleMONT DE MARSANAG MONT DE MARSANSOGEFRPPMDM
1946Societe GeneraleMONTARGISAG MONTARGISSOGEFRPPMTG
1947Societe GeneraleMONTAUBANAG MONTAUBANSOGEFRPPMTB
1948Societe GeneraleMONTBELIARDAG MONTBELIARDSOGEFRPPMOT
1949Societe GeneraleMONTELIMARAG MONTELIMARSOGEFRPPMOR
1950Societe GeneraleMONTLUCONAG MONTLUCONSOGEFRPPMOC

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.