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France Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in France. Only active SWIFT codes are shown. All passive (i.e. inactive) codes are excluded from the list.


ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
1951 Societe Generale COURBEVOIE (COURBEVOIE CIG) SOGEFRPPCIG
1952 Societe Generale COURBEVOIE (DEFENSE SEINE ENTREPRISES) SOGEFRPPDSE
1953 Societe Generale CREIL AG GARE SOGEFRPPCRE
1954 Societe Generale CREPY EN VALOIS AG CREPY EN VALOIS SOGEFRPPCEV
1955 Societe Generale CRETEIL AG LA BRECHE SOGEFRPPCRT
1956 Societe Generale DAX AG DAX SOGEFRPPDAX
1957 Societe Generale DIEPPE AG LA BARRE SOGEFRPPDIE
1958 Societe Generale DIGOIN AG DIGOIN SOGEFRPPDIG
1959 Societe Generale DIJON AG LIBERTE SOGEFRPPDIJ
1960 Societe Generale DOUAI AG DOUAI SOGEFRPPDOU
1961 Societe Generale DRAGUIGNAN AG DRAGUIGNAN SOGEFRPPDRA
1962 Societe Generale DREUX AG DREUX SOGEFRPPDRX
1963 Societe Generale DUNKERQUE AG DUNKERQUE SOGEFRPPDUN
1964 Societe Generale ELBEUF AG ELBEUF SOGEFRPPELB
1965 Societe Generale EPERNAY AG EPERNAY SOGEFRPPEPY
1966 Societe Generale EPINAL AG EPINAL SOGEFRPPEPI
1967 Societe Generale ETAMPES AG ETAMPES SOGEFRPPETA
1968 Societe Generale EVREUX AG EVREUX SOGEFRPPEVX
1969 Societe Generale EVRY AG EVRY SOGEFRPPEVR
1970 Societe Generale FERNEY VOLTAIRE AG FERNEY VOLTAIRE SOGEFRPPFEV
1971 Societe Generale FOIX AG FOIX SOGEFRPPFOX
1972 Societe Generale FONTAINEBLEAU AG FONTAINEBLEAU SOGEFRPPFON
1973 Societe Generale FONTENAY SOUS BOIS (GARANTIES INTERNATIONALES VDF) SOGEFRPPGAR
1974 Societe Generale FONTENAY SOUS BOIS (SG FONTENAY SOUS BOIS BOUCLES DE LA MARNE) SOGEFRPPFBM
1975 Societe Generale FONTENAY SOUS BOIS (SG MESSAGERIE DE RELANCE) SOGEFRPPHRS
1976 Societe Generale FONTENAY SOUS BOIS AG OPI ACA SOGEFRPPST2
1977 Societe Generale GRANVILLE AG ST NICOLAS SOGEFRPPGRA
1978 Societe Generale GRASSE AG GRASSE SOGEFRPPGRS
1979 Societe Generale GRAULHET AG GRAULHET SOGEFRPPGRL
1980 Societe Generale GRENOBLE (GRENOBLE MEYLAN) SOGEFRPPGRM
1981 Societe Generale GRENOBLE (GRENOBLE VICTOR HUGO) SOGEFRPPGVH
1982 Societe Generale HOUILLES AG HOUILLES SOGEFRPPHOU
1983 Societe Generale HYERES AG HYERES SOGEFRPPHYE
1984 Societe Generale ISSY LES MOULINEAUX AG CORENTIN CELTON SOGEFRPPILM
1985 Societe Generale IVRY SUR SEINE AG CENTRE SOGEFRPPIVS
1986 Societe Generale JUVISY SUR ORGE AG JUVISY SOGEFRPPJSO
1987 Societe Generale LA REOLE AG LA REOLE SOGEFRPPLRE
1988 Societe Generale LA ROCHE SUR YON AG CENTRE SOGEFRPPLRY
1989 Societe Generale LA ROCHELLE AG LA ROCHELLE SOGEFRPPLRO
1990 Societe Generale LANGON AG LANGON SOGEFRPPLGN
1991 Societe Generale LAON AG HOTEL DE VILLE SOGEFRPPLAO
1992 Societe Generale LAVAL AG LAVAL SOGEFRPPLAV
1993 Societe Generale LE HAVRE AG LE HAVRE SOGEFRPPLHA
1994 Societe Generale LE MANS AG LE MANS SOGEFRPPLEM
1995 Societe Generale LE RAINCY AG CENTRE SOGEFRPPRAI
1996 Societe Generale LENS AG LENS SOGEFRPPLEN
1997 Societe Generale LES MUREAUX AG LES MUREAUX SOGEFRPPLMX
1998 Societe Generale LEVALLOIS PERRET AG ANATOLE FRANCE SOGEFRPPLEP
1999 Societe Generale LIBOURNE AG LIBOURNE SOGEFRPPLIB
2000 Societe Generale LILLE (LILLE METROPOLE) SOGEFRPPLLM

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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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