SWIFT Codes for banks in France - Page 5

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
201BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(OPERATIONS DE CHANGE BCE)BDFEFR2TERM
202BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(OPERATIONS NUMERAIRES)BDFEFR2TNUM
203BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(OPERATIONS POLITIQUES MONETAIRES (ESPECES)))BDFEFR2TCCB
204BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(OPERATIONS POLITIQUES MONETAIRES (TITRES))BDFEFR2LCCB
205BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(OST REFINANCEMENT)BDFEFR2TPOM
206BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(PLI)BDFEFR2TICM
207BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(PM)BDFEFR2T104
208BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(RAPATRIEMENTS STORE)BDFEFR2TTEM
209BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(REGLEMENT CERTIFICAT DETTE BCE)BDFEFR2TCDT
210BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(REGLEMENTS CLIENTELE EN DEVISES)BDFEFR2TSRD
211BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(REPRISE DE LIQUIDITE)BDFEFR2TSPM
212BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(RESERVES OBLIGATOIRES)BDFEFR2TDMC
213BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(SAISIE-ATTRIBUTION)BDFEFR2TSAI
214BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(SERI-CONTINGENCE)BDFEFR2TSPE
215BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(SERVICE DES TITRES)BDFEFRPPTIT
216BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(SERVICE POST-MARCHE - FOREIGN BACK OFFICE)BDFEFRPPCMI
217BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(SETEC-SIT/CORE)BDFEFR2TETC
218BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(STET TECHNICAL ACCOUNT INSTANT PAYMENTS)BDFEFR2TSIP
219BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(TRESOR PUBLIC BANQUIER)BDFEFR2TPUB
220BANQUE DE FRANCEPARIS(TRIPARTY COMPENSE LCH)BDFEFR2T102
221BANQUE DE FRANCEPOITIERS(BANQUE DE FRANCE)BDFEFR2TFTC
222BANQUE DE SAVOIE S.A.CHAMBERY(HEAD OFFICE)BSAVFR2C
223BANQUE DELUBAC ET CIELE CHEYLARD(TGT2)DELUFR22LCH
224BANQUE DELUBAC ET CIELE CHEYLARDAG SIEGE SOCIALDELUFR22
225BANQUE DUPUY, DE PARSEVALSETEAG SIEGEBDUPFR2S
226BANQUE EDEL SNCLABEGEEDELFR22
227BANQUE FEDERALE DES BANQUES POPULAIRES (BANQUES POPULAIRES REGIONALES)PARISCCBPFRPPINS
228BANQUE FIDUCIAL (FORMERLY BANQUE THEMIS)COURBEVOIEAG SIEGE SOCIALBDEIFRPP
229BANQUE FRANCAISE COMMERCIALE DE L'OCEAN INDIENPARISAG PARISBFCOFRPP
230BANQUE INTERNATIONALE DE COMMERCE-BREDPARISAG GTFBICFFRPP
231BANQUE LAYDERNIERANNECYAG CENTRALELAYDFR2W
232BANQUE MARTIN-MAURELMARSEILLE(HEAD OFFICE)BMMMFRCP
233BANQUE MICHEL INCHAUSPE - BAMIBORDEAUXAG BORDEAUXBAMYFR22BDX
234BANQUE MICHEL INCHAUSPE - BAMISAINT-JEAN-PIED-DE-PORT(HEAD OFFICE AND ALL BRANCHES)BAMYFR22
235BANQUE MISR - SUCCURSALE DE PARISPARISAG SIEGE SOCIALBMISFRPP
236BANQUE NEUFLIZE OBCPARISAG SIEGE SOCIALNSMBFRPP
237BANQUE NOMURA FRANCE S.A.PARISNOMAFRPP
238BANQUE PALATINEFONTENAY SOUS BOISAG MATIGNONBSPFFRPP
239BANQUE POPULAIRE ALSACE LORRAINE CHAMPAGNEMETZAG SIEGECCBPFRPPMTZ
240BANQUE POPULAIRE ALSACE LORRAINE CHAMPAGNE (FORMER BANQUE POPULAIRE ALSACE)STRASBOURGCCBPFRPPSTR
241BANQUE POPULAIRE AQUITAINE CENTRE ATLANTIQUEBORDEAUXAG ENT 33 OUESTCCBPFRPPBDX
242BANQUE POPULAIRE AQUITAINE CENTRE ATLANTIQUEBORDEAUXAG SIEGE ADMINISTRATCCBPFRPP169
243BANQUE POPULAIRE AUVERGNE RHONE ALPESLYONCCBPFRPPCFD
244BANQUE POPULAIRE AUVERGNE RHONE ALPESLYONCCBPFRPPLYO
245BANQUE POPULAIRE AUVERGNE RHONE ALPESLYONAG SIEGE SOCIALCCBPFRPPGRE
246BANQUE POPULAIRE BOURGOGNE FRANCHE COMTEDIJONAG VICTOR HUGOCCBPFRPPDJN
247BANQUE POPULAIRE DU NORDMARCQ EN BAROEULAG CLEMENCEAUCCBPFRPPLIL
248BANQUE POPULAIRE DU SUDPERPIGNANAG CLEMENCEAUCCBPFRPPPPG
249BANQUE POPULAIRE GRAND OUESTRENNESAG CENTRECCBPFRPP149
250BANQUE POPULAIRE GRAND OUESTRENNESAG MONNAIECCBPFRPPREN

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.