SWIFT Codes for banks in France - Page 42

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
2051Societe GeneraleNIORTAG NIORTSOGEFRPPNIT
2052Societe GeneraleNOYONAG NOYONSOGEFRPPNOY
2053Societe GeneraleNUITS SAINT GEORGESAG NUITS ST GEORGESSOGEFRPPNUI
2054Societe GeneraleORLEANSAG REPUBLIQUESOGEFRPPORL
2055Societe GeneralePANTINAG CENTRESOGEFRPPPAN
2056Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPAMS
2057Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPBTI
2058Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPBTZ
2059Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPBXL
2060Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPEFK
2061Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPFKT
2062Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPHCM
2063Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPMAD
2064Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPMLA
2065Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPMTL
2066Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPPSZ
2067Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPTOK
2068Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPACH
2069Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPCDE
2070Societe GeneralePARISSOGEFRPPFVS
2071SOCIETE GENERALEPARISSOGEFRP2
2072SOCIETE GENERALEPARIS( PARIS AGENCY BUSINESS (EX SGIL))SOGEFRPPINT
2073Societe GeneralePARIS(ACTIVITE EXO DESK PARIS)SOGEFRPPEXO
2074Societe GeneralePARIS(AGENCE CENTRALE)SOGEFRPPCEN
2075Societe GeneralePARIS(AGENCE COMPTES PARTICULIERS)SOGEFRPPCOP
2076Societe GeneralePARIS(AGENCE DES BANQUES)SOGEFRPPADB
2077Societe GeneralePARIS(AGENCE FINANCIERE)SOGEFRPPAFI
2078Societe GeneralePARIS(AGENCE INTERNATIONALE)SOGEFRPPAGI
2079Societe GeneralePARIS(AGENCE INTERNATIONALE, GUICHET RELATION IMPLANTATION)SOGEFRPPAG2
2080Societe GeneralePARIS(B/O TRADE SERVICES DIST)SOGEFRPPBCK
2081Societe GeneralePARIS(BILLET DE BANQUES ET METAUX PRECIEUX)SOGEFRPPBMP
2082SOCIETE GENERALEPARIS(BRANCH FOR CORPORATES)SOGEFRPPINV
2083Societe GeneralePARIS(CASH EQUITIES FRANCE)SOGEFRPPSGS
2084Societe GeneralePARIS(CHANGE AUTO (OPER/BAN))SOGEFRPPAFX
2085Societe GeneralePARIS(CLIENTELE PRIVEE INTERNATIONALE)SOGEFRPPEOM
2086Societe GeneralePARIS(CONTINUOUS LINK SETTLEMENT)SOGEFRPPCLS
2087Societe GeneralePARIS(DEC AGENCE DIRECTE)SOGEFRPPADI
2088Societe GeneralePARIS(DEVISES EXO EN NOM SG PARIS)SOGEFRPPEXT
2089Societe GeneralePARIS(ETOILE ENTREPRISES)SOGEFRPPPEE
2090Societe GeneralePARIS(EXPORT FINANCE)SOGEFRPPFIN
2091Societe GeneralePARIS(GLOBAL ELECTRONIC TRADE CONFIRMATION - FIXED INCOME)SOGEFRPPONE
2092Societe GeneralePARIS(GLOBAL SECURITIES SERVICES)SOGEFRPPGSS
2093Societe GeneralePARIS(GLOBAL SECURITIES SERVICES)SOGEFRPPLUX
2094Societe GeneralePARIS(LA DEFENSE ENTREPRISE)SOGEFRPPLDE
2095Societe GeneralePARIS(LDN MONEY MARKET)SOGEFRPPIBL
2096Societe GeneralePARIS(LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT AGENCY)SOGEFRPPLMC
2097Societe GeneralePARIS(LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT CASH REINVESTMENT)SOGEFRPPLMD
2098Societe GeneralePARIS(LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT FOREX)SOGEFRPPLMB
2099Societe GeneralePARIS(LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT)SOGEFRPPLMA
2100Societe GeneralePARIS(MENILMONTANT)SOGEFRPPCBS

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.