SWIFT Codes for banks in France - Page 40

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
1951Societe GeneraleMONTPELLIERAG COMEDIESOGEFRPPMOP
1952Societe GeneraleMOULINS SUR ALLIERAG MOULINSSOGEFRPPMSA
1953Societe GeneraleMULHOUSE(AGENCE DE MULHOUSE)SOGEFRPPMUL
1954Societe GeneraleNANCYAG NANCYSOGEFRPPNAY
1955Societe GeneraleNANTERREAG VILLESOGEFRPPNAN
1956Societe GeneraleNANTES(ACTIONNARIAT INTERNATIONALE DE L'EPARGNE INTERNATIONALE)SOGEFRPPEDE
1957Societe GeneraleNANTES(CENTRE TITRES OPCVM)SOGEFRPPOPC
1958Societe GeneraleNANTES(ISSUERS EVENTS)SOGEFRPPISE
1959Societe GeneraleNANTES(NANTES-BOURSE EURONEXT)SOGEFRPPBEN
1960Societe GeneraleNANTES(NANTES-CARQUEFOU - CENTRE TITRES-BOURSE)SOGEFRPPTIT
1961Societe GeneraleNANTESAG NANTESSOGEFRPPNSL
1962Societe GeneraleNEUILLY SUR SEINEAG NEUILLY S SEINESOGEFRPPNSS
1963Societe GeneraleNEVERSAG NEVERSSOGEFRPPNVS
1964Societe GeneraleNICE(NICE ARENAS)SOGEFRPPNIO
1965Societe GeneraleNICE(NICE JEAN MEDECIN)SOGEFRPPNJM
1966Societe GeneraleNIMESAG NIMESSOGEFRPPNMS
1967Societe GeneraleNIORTAG NIORTSOGEFRPPNIT
1968Societe GeneraleNOYONAG NOYONSOGEFRPPNOY
1969Societe GeneraleNUITS SAINT GEORGESAG NUITS ST GEORGESSOGEFRPPNUI
1970Societe GeneraleORLEANSAG REPUBLIQUESOGEFRPPORL
1971Societe GeneralePANTINAG CENTRESOGEFRPPPAN
1972Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPACH
1973Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPAMS
1974Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPBTI
1975Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPBTZ
1976Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPBXL
1977Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPCDE
1978Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPEFK
1979Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPFKT
1980Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPFVS
1981Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPHCM
1982Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPMAD
1983Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPMLA
1984Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPMTL
1985Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPPSZ
1986Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPTOK
1987SOCIETE GENERALEPARIS( PARIS AGENCY BUSINESS (EX SGIL))SOGEFRPPINT
1988Societe GeneralePARIS(ACTIVITE EXO DESK PARIS)SOGEFRPPEXO
1989Societe GeneralePARIS(AGENCE CENTRALE)SOGEFRPPCEN
1990Societe GeneralePARIS(AGENCE COMPTES PARTICULIERS)SOGEFRPPCOP
1991Societe GeneralePARIS(AGENCE DES BANQUES)SOGEFRPPADB
1992Societe GeneralePARIS(AGENCE DES BANQUES)SOGEFRPP
1993Societe GeneralePARIS(AGENCE FINANCIERE)SOGEFRPPAFI
1994Societe GeneralePARIS(AGENCE INTERNATIONALE)SOGEFRPPAGI
1995Societe GeneralePARIS(AGENCE INTERNATIONALE, GUICHET RELATION IMPLANTATION)SOGEFRPPAG2
1996Societe GeneralePARIS(B/O TRADE SERVICES DIST)SOGEFRPPBCK
1997Societe GeneralePARIS(BILLET DE BANQUES ET METAUX PRECIEUX)SOGEFRPPBMP
1998SOCIETE GENERALEPARIS(BRANCH FOR CORPORATES)SOGEFRPPINV
1999Societe GeneralePARIS(CASH EQUITIES FRANCE)SOGEFRPPSGS
2000Societe GeneralePARIS(CHANGE AUTO (OPER/BAN))SOGEFRPPAFX

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.