SWIFT Codes for banks in Switzerland - Page 28

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
1351SOCAR TRADING SAGENEVASOTDCHGG
1352SOCIETA BANCARIA TICINESE SABELLINZONASBTICH22
1353SOCIETE GENERALE PRIVATE BANKING (SUISSE) SAGENEVARUEGCHZZ
1354SOCIETE GENERALE, PARIS, ZURICH BRANCHGENEVA(TRADE COMMODITY FINANCE - GENEVA)SGABCHZZTCF
1355SOCIETE GENERALE, PARIS, ZURICH BRANCHZURICHSGABCHZZTRA
1356SOCIETE GENERALE, PARIS, ZURICH BRANCHZURICHSGABCHZZ
1357SOCIETE GENERALE, PARIS, ZURICH BRANCHZURICH(CLEARING AND CUSTODY)SGABCHZZACC
1358SOCIETE GENERALE, PARIS, ZURICH BRANCHZURICH(SOCIETE GENERALE, ZURICH BRANCH (4336))SGABCHZZTSF
1359SOCIETE GENERALE, PARIS, ZURICH BRANCHZURICH(SOCIETE GENERALE, ZURICH BRANCH (7019))SGABCHZZ019
1360SOCIETE GENERALE, PARIS, ZURICH BRANCHZURICH(SOCIETE GENERALE, ZURICH BRANCH (8448))SGABCHZZ448
1361SOCIETE GENERALE, PARIS, ZURICH BRANCHZURICH(SOCIETE GENERALE, ZURICH BRANCH (OCSD2064))SGABCHZZTSA
1362SOCIETE GENERALE, PARIS, ZURICH BRANCHZURICH(SOCIETE GENERALE, ZURICH BRANCH (OCSD2131))SGABCHZZSGZ
1363SOLEVO SUISSE SAGENEVASOSUCHGG
1364SONECT AGZURICHSONCCHZ2
1365SONOVA AGSTAEFASONOCHZZ
1366SPAR UND LEIHKASSE GUERBETAL AGMUEHLETHURNENSLGUCH2M
1367SPAR UND LEIHKASSE RIGGISBERG AGRIGGISBERGRBABCH22374
1368SPAR- UND LEIHKASSE BUCHEGGBERG AGLUETERSWILSLBUCH22
1369SPAR- UND LEIHKASSE FRUTIGENFRUTIGENSLFFCH22
1370SPARKASSE BUNDESPERSONAL SKB, EFVBERNSKBPCH22
1371SPARKASSE SCHWYZ AGSCHWYZRBABCH22633
1372ST.GALLER KANTONALBANKST. GALLEN(HEAD OFFICE AND ALL BRANCHES)KBSGCH22
1373STADLER RAIL AGBUSSNANGSRAICH22
1374STARR INTERNATIONAL COMPANY, INC.ZUGSITOCHZZ
1375STATE STREET BANK INTERNATIONAL GMBH, MUNICH, ZURICHZURICHSSBECHZZ
1376STRAUMANN HOLDING AGBASLESTHOCHBB
1377SULZER AGWINTERTHURSULZCHZZ
1378SUVALUCERNESUAACH22
1379SUVA ROESSLIMATT (FA)LUCERNESUAACH2A
1380SWISS FINANCE ALLIANCE SCMGENEVASFASCHG2
1381SWISS FINANCE AND PROPERTY AGZURICHSWFPCH22
1382SWISS LIFE ASSET MANAGEMENT AGZURICHSLAMCHZZ
1383SWISS LIFE ASSET MANAGEMENT AGZURICHSLAMCHZZSLH
1384SWISS LIFE ASSET MANAGEMENT AGZURICHSLAMCHZZTPM
1385SWISS REINSURANCE COMPANYZURICHSWRECHZH
1386SWISS REINSURANCE COMPANYZURICHSWRECHZHCRS
1387SWISS REINSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(COLLATERAL MANAGEMENT)SWRECHZHCMN
1388SWISS REINSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(SWISS RE ASSET MANAGEMENT)SWRECHZHSWR
1389SWISS REINSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(SWISS RE FINANCIAL MARKETS)SWRECHZHINV
1390SWISS REINSURANCE COMPANYZURICH(TRAX)SWRECHZHTRX
1391SWISSCANTO FONDSLEITUNG AGZURICHSWIPCHZH
1392SWISSQUOTE BANKGLANDSWQBCHZZ
1393SYGNUM BANK AGZURICHSYGNCHZZ
1394SYNGENTA CROP PROTECTION AGBASLESYNGCHBB
1395TECAN TRADING AGMANNEDORFTEANCH2M
1396TELLCO AGSCHWYZDOMICHZZ
1397TETRA PAK INTERNATIONAL S.A.PULLYTEPACH22
1398THE GLOBAL FUND TO FIGHT AIDS, TUBERCULOSIS AND MALARIALE GRAND-SACONNEXTGFSCH22
1399THURGAUER KANTONALBANKAMRISWILKBTGCH2285D
1400THURGAUER KANTONALBANKARBONKBTGCH2293B

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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