SWIFT Codes for banks in Switzerland - Page 11

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Switzerland. 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
501CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGTICINOVIA LUGANOCRESCHZZ69S
502CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGUSTERCRESCHZZ86E
503CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGUZWILCRESCHZZ92D
504CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGVALAISCRESCHZZ19D
505CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGVALAISCRESCHZZ39E
506CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGVALAISCRESCHZZ39G
507CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGVAUDCRESCHZZ18B
508CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGVERSOIXCRESCHZZ12U
509CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGVEVEYCRESCHZZ18A
510CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGVEVEY(RUE LAUSANNE)CRESCHZZ18R
511CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGVILLARS SUR GLANECRESCHZZ18P
512CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGWAEDENSWILCRESCHZZ88H
513CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGWAEDENSWIL(ZUGERSTRASSE)CRESCHZZ88T
514CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGWEINFELDENCRESCHZZ85C
515CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGWEINFELDEN(BAHNHOFPLATZ)CRESCHZZ85S
516CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGWETZIKON(BAHNHOFSTRASSE 3)CRESCHZZ86S
517CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGWETZIKON(WETZIKON/ZH)CRESCHZZ86F
518CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGWILCRESCHZZ95A
519CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGWILODERE BAHNHOFSTRASSE 33CRESCHZZ95R
520CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGWINTERTHURCRESCHZZ84A
521CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGWINTERTHUR(BAHNHOF)CRESCHZZ84C
522CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGWINTERTHUR(STADTHAUSSTRASSE)CRESCHZZ84R
523CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGYVERDON-LES-BAINSCRESCHZZ14A
524CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGYVERDON-LES-BAINS(RUE DU COLLEGE)CRESCHZZ14R
525CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZOFINGENCRESCHZZ48A
526CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZOLLIKONCRESCHZZ87B
527CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICHCRESCHZZ81E
528CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICHCRESCHZZ83C
529CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICHCRESCHZZ84G
530CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICHCRESCHZZ86D
531CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICHCRESCHZZ89A
532CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICHCRESCHZZISP
533CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICHCRESCHZZSYN
534CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICHCRESCHZZ81C
535CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICH(ALTSTETTEN)CRESCHZZ80E
536CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICH(BAHNHOF)CRESCHZZ80W
537CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICH(BAHNHOFSTRASSE)CRESCHZZ80Q
538CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICH(CENTER OF EXCELLENCE)CRESCHZZWRO
539CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICH(ENGE)CRESCHZZ80C
540CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICH(IKS)CRESCHZZIKS
541CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICH(OERLIKON/QUERSTRASSE)CRESCHZZ80U
542CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICH(PAYMENT EXPERT SERVICE)CRESCHZZPAY
543CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICH(SEEFELD)CRESCHZZ80H
544CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICH(STRAIGHT THROUGH PROCESSING)CRESCHZZSTP
545CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICH(UETLIHOF)CRESCHZZ80N
546CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICH(UNTERSTRASS)CRESCHZZ80K
547CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICHAFFOLTERNCRESCHZZ80M
548CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICHAIRPORTCRESCHZZ80V
549CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICHALSTETTEN/BADENERSTRASSE 697CRESCHZZ80S
550CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AGZUERICHAUSSERSIHLCRESCHZZ80B

Last Database Update : 06-JUL-2022

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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.