SWIFT Codes for banks in Greece

SWIFT Codes for main Greece Banks

  1. Alpha Bank
  2. National Bank Of Greece
  3. Piraeus Bank

SWIFT Codes for banks in Greece

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Greece. 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
1AEGEAN BALTIC BANK S.A.MAROUSIHEAD OFFICEAEBAGRAA
2ALPHA BANK AEATHENSMAINCRBAGRAA
3ARGO PAYMENT SERVICES S.A PAYMENT INSTITUTIONATHENSAPSYGRA2
4ATTICA BANK SAATHENSMAIN BRANCH (OMIROU)ATTIGRAA
5BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. ATHENSATHENSATHENSBOFAGR2X
6BANK OF CHINA (LUXEMBOURG) S.A. ATHENS BRANCHATHENSBKCHGRAA
7BANK OF GREECEATHENSBNGRGRAAST2
8BANK OF GREECEATHENS(ACCOUNTING CONTROL SECTION)BNGRGRAA030
9BANK OF GREECEATHENS(ATHENS CLEARING OFFICE)BNGRGRAAACO
10BANK OF GREECEATHENS(BOOK ENTRY SECURITIES MANAGEMENT SECTION)BNGRGRAASSS
11BANK OF GREECEATHENS(BOOK ENTRY SECURITIES MANAGEMT SECTION-CORR.CENTRAL BK MODEL SYST)BNGRGRAACCB
12BANK OF GREECEATHENS(CASH PROCESSING SECTION)BNGRGRAA053
13BANK OF GREECEATHENS(DATA CONTROL SECTION)BNGRGRAA059
14BANK OF GREECEATHENS(DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS SECTION)BNGRGRAA042
15BANK OF GREECEATHENS(DIAS ASI6-RT AA)BNGRGRAAIOP
16BANK OF GREECEATHENS(DIAS ASI6-RT TA)BNGRGRAAINS
17BANK OF GREECEATHENS(DIAS-CH)BNGRGRAADIA
18BANK OF GREECEATHENS(DOCUMENTARY CREDITS SECTION)BNGRGRAA017
19BANK OF GREECEATHENS(ECB ACCOUNT FOR BANK OF GREECE)BNGRGRAAEUX
20BANK OF GREECEATHENS(FOREIGN EXCHANGE TRANSCACTIONS SECTION)BNGRGRAA013
21BANK OF GREECEATHENS(GOVERNMENT SECURITIES CUSTODY AND MANAGEMENT SECTION)BNGRGRAA027
22BANK OF GREECEATHENS(HERMES RTGS SYSTEM)BNGRGRAAHRM
23BANK OF GREECEATHENS(LARGE-VALUE PAYMENTS SYSTEM MANAGEMENT SECTION)BNGRGRAACON
24BANK OF GREECEATHENS(MONETARY POLICY IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT SECTION)BNGRGRAA072
25BANK OF GREECEATHENS(MONEY MARKETS SECTION)BNGRGRAA094
26BANK OF GREECEATHENS(PAYMENTS OF BOOK ENTRY SECURITIES SECTION)BNGRGRAAPBS
27BANK OF GREECEATHENS(RESERVES MANAGEMENT BACKUP SECTION)BNGRGRAA012
28BANK OF GREECEATHENS(SEPA CREDIT TRANSFER)BNGRGRAASCT
29BANK OF GREECEATHENS(TGT2 ACCOUNT27, INDIRECT MEMBER))BNGRGRAABR8
30BANK OF GREECEATHENS(TGT2 SAD.BANK (INDIRECT MEMBER))BNGRGRAABR4
31BANK OF GREECEATHENS(TREASURY OPERATIONS SUPPORT SECTION)BNGRGRAAFXD
32BANK OF GREECEATHENSHEAD OFFICE SECRETARIAT SECTIONBNGRGRAA
33BANK OF GREECETHESSALONIKI(THESSALONIKI BRANCH)BNGRGRAA121
34BLACK SEA TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT BANKTHESSALONIKIBSTDGR2T
35BNP PARIBAS SECURITIES SERVICES, GREECEATHENSCENTRALPARBGRAX
36CITIBANK EUROPE PLC GREECE BRANCHATHENSCITIGRAA731
37CITIBANK EUROPE PLC GREECE BRANCHATHENS(RESTRICTED USE CITIBANK ATHENS TARGET 2)CITIGRAASEC
38CITIBANK EUROPE PLC GREECE BRANCHATHENSATHENSCITIGRAA
39CITIBANK EUROPE PLC GREECE BRANCHPIRAEUSCITIGRAA732
40CITIBANK EUROPE PLC GREECE BRANCHTHESSALONIKICITIGRAA733
41COSMOTE PAYMENTS - ELECTRONIC MONEY SERVICES S.AATHENSCPEMGRA2
42ENEX CLEARING HOUSE S.A.ATHENSENCHGRAA
43ENEX CLEARING HOUSE S.A.ATHENS(ENEXCLEAR ANCILLARY SYSTEM)ENCHGRAAASI
44EUROBANK S.A.ATHENS(CUSTODY FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS DEPT.)ERBKGRAASEC
45EUROBANK S.A.ATHENSOTHONOS STR. SYNTAGMAERBKGRAA
46HELLENIC CENTRAL SECURITIES DEPOSITORY S.A.ATHENSHCSDGRAA
47HELLENIC CENTRAL SECURITIES DEPOSITORY S.A.ATHENS(HELEX ANCILLARY SYSTEM)HCSDGRAAASI
48HSBC FRANCE ATHENS BRANCHATHENS(ALL GREEK BRANCHES)MIDLGRAA
49HSBC FRANCE ATHENS BRANCHATHENS(SEPA DIRECT DEBITS)MIDLGRAASDD
50HSBC FRANCE ATHENS BRANCHPIRAEUS(SECURITIES SERVICES)MIDLGRAAGSS

Last Database Update : 01-OCT-2020

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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.

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