SWIFT Codes for banks in France - Page 45

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
2201Societe GeneraleTORCYAG CHESSY MARNE VALLSOGEFRPPMLV
2202Societe GeneraleTOULON(TOULON CENTRAL)SOGEFRPPTLN
2203Societe GeneraleTOULON(TOULON LAFAYETTE)SOGEFRPPLAF
2204Societe GeneraleTOULOUSEAG TOULOUSESOGEFRPPTLS
2205Societe GeneraleTOURCOINGAG TOURCOINGSOGEFRPPTRG
2206Societe GeneraleTOURSAG TOURSSOGEFRPPTOR
2207Societe GeneraleTROYESAG TROYESSOGEFRPPTOY
2208Societe GeneraleVALENCEAG VALENCESOGEFRPPVSR
2209Societe GeneraleVALENCIENNESAG CENTRESOGEFRPPVAC
2210Societe GeneraleVANNESAG VANNESSOGEFRPPVAN
2211Societe GeneraleVERNONAG VERNONSOGEFRPPVER
2212Societe GeneraleVERSAILLESAG ST LOUISSOGEFRPPVES
2213Societe GeneraleVICHYAG VICHYSOGEFRPPVIC
2214Societe GeneraleVIERZONAG VIERZONSOGEFRPPVIZ
2215Societe GeneraleVILLEFRANCHE SUR SAONEAG VILLEFRANCHESOGEFRPPVSS
2216Societe GeneraleVILLENEUVE SUR LOTAG VILLENEUVE S LOTSOGEFRPPVSL
2217SOCIETE GENERALEVILLEPINTE(SG VILLEPINTE ROISSY)SOGEFRPPVPR
2218Societe GeneraleVILLEURBANNE(LYON-EST)SOGEFRPPLYV
2219Societe GeneraleVINCENNESAG CENTRESOGEFRPPVIN
2220SOCIETE GENERALEVITROLLESAG SUDSOGEFRPPVTL
2221Societe GeneraleVOIRONAG VOIRONSOGEFRPPVOI
2222SOCIETE GENERALE FACTORING S.A.SAINT DENISAG SIEGE SOCIALSGFFFRPP
2223SOCIETE GENERALE INSTANT PAYMENTPARISSOGEFRPI
2224SOCIETE GENERALE SCFPUTEAUXGSCFFR22
2225SOCIETE GENERALE SCFPUTEAUX(CASH COLLATERAL ACCOUNT)GSCFFR22HA2
2226SOCIETE GENERALE SCFPUTEAUX(COLLECTION LOSS RESERVE ACCOUNT)GSCFFR22HA1
2227SOCIETE GENERALE SFHPARISGSFHFRPP
2228SOCIETE GENERALE SFHPARIS(COLLECTION BANK ACCOUNT)GSFHFRPPHA3
2229SOCIETE GENERALE SFHPARIS(COLLECTION LOSS RESERVE ACCOUNT)GSFHFRPPHA1
2230SOCIETE GENERALE SFHPARIS(PREMAT ACCOUNT)GSFHFRPPHA2
2231SOCIETE MARSEILLAISE DE CREDITAIX EN PROVENCE(BRANCH)SMCTFR2AAIX
2232SOCIETE MARSEILLAISE DE CREDITAVIGNON(BRANCH)SMCTFR2AAVI
2233SOCIETE MARSEILLAISE DE CREDITBEZIERS(BRANCH)SMCTFR2ABZR
2234SOCIETE MARSEILLAISE DE CREDITGRASSE(BRANCH)SMCTFR2AGRA
2235SOCIETE MARSEILLAISE DE CREDITMARSEILLE(BRANCH)SMCTFR2AMAR
2236SOCIETE MARSEILLAISE DE CREDITMARSEILLE(HEAD OFFICE)SMCTFR2A
2237SOCIETE MARSEILLAISE DE CREDITMONTPELLIER(BRANCH)SMCTFR2AMPL
2238SOCIETE MARSEILLAISE DE CREDITNICE(BRANCH)SMCTFR2ANIC
2239SOCIETE MARSEILLAISE DE CREDITNIMES(BRANCH)SMCTFR2ANIM
2240SOCIETE MARSEILLAISE DE CREDITORANGE(BRANCH)SMCTFR2AORA
2241SOCIETE MARSEILLAISE DE CREDITPERPIGNAN(BRANCH)SMCTFR2APER
2242SOCIETE MARSEILLAISE DE CREDITSAINT-TROPEZ(BRANCH)SMCTFR2ASTP
2243SOCIETE MARSEILLAISE DE CREDITTOULON(BRANCH)SMCTFR2ATLN
2244SOCIETE MARSEILLAISE DE CREDITVALENCE(BRANCH)SMCTFR2AVAL
2245SOCOTEC GESTION SASGUYANCOURTSGETFR22
2246SOCRAM BANQUENIORTAG MACIFSORMFR2N
2247SODIAAL INTERNATIONALPARISSDALFRPP
2248SOFAX BANQUECOURBEVOIEAG SIEGE SOCIALSFAXFRPP
2249SOFAX BANQUEPARISSFAXFRPPBDF
2250SOFIPROTEOLPARISSOFRFRPP

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.