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France Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in France. Only codes which are actively connected to the SWIFT network are shown. All passive (i.e. inactive) codes are excluded from the list.


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ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
1351 CREDIT AGRICOLE SA ANNECY AGRIFRPPACY
1352 CREDIT AGRICOLE SA AURILLAC AGRIFRPPAUQ
1353 CREDIT AGRICOLE SA BERGERAC AGRIFRPPBEG
1354 CREDIT AGRICOLE SA BOIS GUILLAUME AGRIFRPPBGU
1355 CREDIT AGRICOLE SA BRUNOY (CREDIT AGRICOLE TITRES) AGRIFRPPBRY
1356 CREDIT AGRICOLE SA MONTROUGE (CREDIT AGRICOLE SA (ALM)) AGRIFRPP184
1357 CREDIT AGRICOLE SA MONTROUGE (CREDIT AGRICOLE SA (T2S CASH)) AGRIFRPP23A
1358 CREDIT AGRICOLE SA MONTROUGE (CREDIT AGRICOLE SA (T2S CASH)) AGRIFRPP27A
1359 CREDIT AGRICOLE SA MONTROUGE (HEAD OFFICE) AGRIFRPP
1360 CREDIT AGRICOLE SA NIORT AGRIFRPPNIO
1361 CREDIT AGRICOLE SA ORLEANS AGRIFRPPORL
1362 CREDIT AGRICOLE SA PAU AGRIFRPPPAO
1363 CREDIT COMMERCIAL DU SUD-OUEST MERIGNAC CCBPFRPP555
1364 CREDIT COOPERATIF NANTERRE (FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND TREASURY DEPARTMENT) CCOPFRPPFXD
1365 CREDIT COOPERATIF NANTERRE (TARGET2) CCOPFRCP
1366 CREDIT COOPERATIF NANTERRE AG SIEGE CCOPFRPP
1367 CREDIT DU NORD LILLE (ASSURANCES VIE) NORDFRPPASV
1368 CREDIT DU NORD LILLE (GESTION SOUS MANDAT) NORDFRPPGSM
1369 CREDIT DU NORD LILLE AG FLANDRES NORDFRPP
1370 CREDIT FONCIER DE FRANCE PARIS CFFRFRPPSSS
1371 CREDIT FONCIER DE FRANCE PARIS CFFRFRPPTG2
1372 CREDIT FONCIER DE FRANCE PARIS AG PROMOTION CFFRFRPP
1373 CREDIT MUTUEL LA ROCHE SUR YON (CAISSE FEDERALE OCEAN) CMCIFR2ACMO
1374 CREDIT MUTUEL LAVAL (CAISSE FEDERALE MAINE ANJOU BASSE NORMANDIE) CMCIFR2ALAV
1375 CREDIT MUTUEL LILLE (CAISSE FEDERALE NORD EUROPE - BCMNE T2) CMCIFR2ABCM
1376 CREDIT MUTUEL LILLE (CAISSE FEDERALE NORD EUROPE) CMCIFR2ACMN
1377 CREDIT MUTUEL STRASBOURG (CAISSE FEDERALE DE CREDIT MUTUEL) CMCIFR2ACEE
1378 CREDIT MUTUEL STRASBOURG (HOLDING BFCM) CMCIFR2A
1379 CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUES LYON (BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - GUARANTEES) CMCIFRPAGAR
1380 CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUES PARIS (BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - BFCM) CMCIFRPA
1381 CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUES PARIS (BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - CASH MANAGEMENT) CMCIFRPARFT
1382 CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUES PARIS (BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - CCCM T2) CMCIFRPACCM
1383 CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUES PARIS (BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - CORPORATES) CMCIFRPADGE
1384 CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUES STRASBOURG (BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - COLLECTIONS) CMCIFRPAPOR
1385 CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUES STRASBOURG (BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - CUSTODY - GMT) CMCIFRPAGMT
1386 CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUES STRASBOURG (BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - DOCUMENTARY CREDITS) CMCIFRPADOC
1387 CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUES STRASBOURG (BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - MASS AND PENSIONS PAYMENTS) CMCIFRPAPEN
1388 CREDIT MUTUEL - CIC BANQUES STRASBOURG (BANQUE FEDERATIVE CREDIT MUTUEL - SWIFT CHEQUE) CMCIFRPACHQ
1389 CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEA BREST (BACK-OFFICE PBS) CMBRFR2BPBS
1390 CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEA BREST (BCME) CMBRFR2BCME
1391 CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEA BREST (CAMEFI-BANQUE) CMBRFR2BEFI
1392 CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEA BREST (CFCAL) CMBRFR2BCAL
1393 CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEA BREST (CUSTOMERS PAYMENTS/ BACK OFFICE FLUX) CMBRFR2BARK
1394 CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEA BREST (DEPARTEMENT TITRES / SECURITIES DEPARTMENT) CMBRFR2BTIT
1395 CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEA BREST (FINANCIAL INSTITUTION RELATIONS) CMBRFR2BFIR
1396 CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEA BREST (HEAD OFFICE AND M MARKET BACK OFFICE / SIEGE ET BO MARCHES) CMBRFR2B
1397 CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEA BREST (HOME LOANS SFH) CMBRFR2BSFH
1398 CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEA BREST (PUBLIC SECTOR SCF) CMBRFR2BSCF
1399 CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEA BREST (TRADE DEPARTMENT) CMBRFR2BDOC
1400 CREDIT MUTUEL ARKEA LE RELECQ-KERHUON (FEDERAL FINANCE) CMBRFR2BAIS


What is a SWIFT Code?

A SWIFT Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used to specify a particular bank or branch. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also use these codes for exchanging messages between them.

SWIFT codes comprise of 8 or 11 characters. All 11 digit codes refer to specific branches, while 8 digit codes (or those ending in 'XXX') refer to the head or primary office. SWIFT codes are formatted as follows:

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • First 4 characters - bank code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - location code, passive participant will have "1" in the second character (letters and digits)
  • Last 3 characters - branch code, optional - 'XXX' for primary office (letters and digits)

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The registrations of SWIFT Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (“SWIFT”) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium. SWIFT is the registered trademark of S.W.I.F.T. SCRL with a registered address at Avenue Adèle 1, B-1310 La Hulpe, Belgium.