SWIFT Codes for banks in France - Page 4

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
151BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(BDF-FP)BDFEFR2TE15
152BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(BDF-PROJET ESB)BDFEFR2TESB
153BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(BDF-PROJET IAM)BDFEFR2TIAM
154BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(BDF/AMC1)BDFEFR2T143
155BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(BDF/AMC1B)BDFEFR2TE31
156BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(CAISSE GENERALE)BDFEFR2TCAI
157BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(CBL - CLIENTELE (C TITRES T2S))BDFEFR2TCBL
158BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(CBL - CLIENTELE BC (C TITRES T2S))BDFEFR2TC31
159BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(CBL - FIA (C TITRES T2S))BDFEFR2TC51
160BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(CBL - FONDS PROPRES (C TITRES T2S))BDFEFR2TC10
161BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(CBL - OPCVM (C TITRES T2S))BDFEFR2TC50
162BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(CHEQUES ET EFFETS SUR L'ETRANGER)BDFEFR2TSEE
163BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(CLIENTELE CONVENTIONNEE)BDFEFR2TSCC
164BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(CLIENTELE INSTITUTIONNELLE (TITRES))BDFEFR2TTIT
165BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(COLLATERAL TRIPARTY)BDFEFR2TTRY
166BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(COMPTABILITE GENERALE)BDFEFR2TCGN
167BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(COMPTE CNRO TRANSIT)BDFEFR2TTCH
168BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(CONTREPARTIE FICTIVE)BDFEFR2TFIC
169BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(DMC)BDFEFR2TPOL
170BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(DSB COMPTES ESPECES EN EURO)BDFEFRPPCCT
171BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(EB - CLIENTELE (C TITRES T2S))BDFEFR2TE30
172BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(EB - FONDS PROPRES (C TITRES T2S))BDFEFR2TE10
173BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(EB - FONDS PROPRES - PSPP (C TITRES T2S))BDFEFR2TE14
174BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(EB - FONDS PROPRES DEVISES (C TITRES T2S))BDFEFR2TE11
175BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(EB - TRIPARTY (C TITRES T2S))BDFEFR2TE12
176BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(ECR PROJECT)BDFEFR2TECR
177BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(ESES-INTERNCB BE)BDFEFR2TEBE
178BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(ESES-INTERNCB NL)BDFEFR2TENL
179BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(FICTIVE 3G)BDFEFR2T721
180BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(FICTIVE ADJUDICAT)BDFEFR2T724
181BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(FICTIVE CCBM)BDFEFR2T782
182BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(FICTIVE CLIENT.INSTIT.)BDFEFR2T743
183BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(FICTIVE FCP)BDFEFR2T733
184BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(FICTIVE FP DOWN)BDFEFR2T700
185BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(FICTIVE PLI SECURISATION)BDFEFR2T720
186BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(FICTIVE)BDFEFR2T820
187BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(FONDS PROPRES (DBCG-CRE))BDFEFR2TTRA
188BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(FONDS PROPRES (DEVISES))BDFEFR2TDSE
189BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(FONDS PROPRES (PRETS EUROS))BDFEFR2TSFP
190BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(FONDS PROPRES (TITRES EUROS))BDFEFR2TFPR
191BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(FOREIGN CUSTOMER TRANSACTIONS)BDFEFRPPSRD
192BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(GESCCO)BDFEFR2TGCO
193BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(GESTION DE LA DETTE PUBLIQUE)BDFEFR2TGDP
194BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(IEDOM)BDFEFR2TIDD
195BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(IEOM)BDFEFR2TIND
196BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(INFORMATION SUR PAIEMENTS DE MASSE)BDFEFRPPTEC
197BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(MARKET ACTIVITY)BDFEFRPPMAP
198BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(NEUTRALISATION)BDFEFR2TFI1
199BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(NEUTRALISATION)BDFEFR2TFI2
200BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(OPCVM)BDFEFR2TOPC

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.