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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
201 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS BDF TRIPARTY VRAC BPSS BDFEFR2T179
202 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS BDF-FP BDFEFR2TE15
203 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS BDF-PROJET ESB BDFEFR2TESB
204 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS BDF-PROJET IAM BDFEFR2TIAM
205 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS BDF/AMC1 BDFEFR2T143
206 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS BDF/AMC1B BDFEFR2TE31
207 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS CAISSE GENERALE BDFEFR2TCAI
208 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS CBL - CLIENTELE (C TITRES T2S) BDFEFR2TCBL
209 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS CBL - CLIENTELE BC (C TITRES T2S) BDFEFR2TC31
210 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS CBL - FIA (C TITRES T2S) BDFEFR2TC51
211 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS CBL - FONDS PROPRES (C TITRES T2S) BDFEFR2TC10
212 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS CBL - OPCVM (C TITRES T2S) BDFEFR2TC50
213 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS CHEQUES ET EFFETS SUR L'ETRANGER BDFEFR2TSEE
214 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS CLIENTELE CONVENTIONNEE BDFEFR2TSCC
215 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS CLIENTELE INSTITUTIONNELLE (TITRES) BDFEFR2TTIT
216 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS COLLATERAL TRIPARTY BDFEFR2TTRY
217 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS COMPTABILITE GENERALE BDFEFR2TCGN
218 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS COMPTE CNRO TRANSIT BDFEFR2TTCH
219 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS CONTREPARTIE FICTIVE BDFEFR2TFIC
220 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS DMC BDFEFR2TPOL
221 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS DSB COMPTES ESPECES EN EURO BDFEFRPPCCT
222 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS EB - CLIENTELE (C TITRES T2S) BDFEFR2TE30
223 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS EB - FONDS PROPRES (C TITRES T2S) BDFEFR2TE10
224 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS EB - FONDS PROPRES - PSPP (C TITRES T2S) BDFEFR2TE14
225 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS EB - FONDS PROPRES DEVISES (C TITRES T2S) BDFEFR2TE11
226 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS EB - TRIPARTY (C TITRES T2S) BDFEFR2TE12
227 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS ECR PROJECT BDFEFR2TECR
228 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS ESES-INTERNCB BE BDFEFR2TEBE
229 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS ESES-INTERNCB NL BDFEFR2TENL
230 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS FICTIVE BDFEFR2T820
231 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS FICTIVE 3G BDFEFR2T721
232 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS FICTIVE ADJUDICAT BDFEFR2T724
233 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS FICTIVE CCBM BDFEFR2T782
234 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS FICTIVE CLIENT.INSTIT. BDFEFR2T743
235 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS FICTIVE FCP BDFEFR2T733
236 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS FICTIVE FP DOWN BDFEFR2T700
237 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS FICTIVE PLI SECURISATION BDFEFR2T720
238 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS FONDS PROPRES (DBCG-CRE) BDFEFR2TTRA
239 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS FONDS PROPRES (DEVISES) BDFEFR2TDSE
240 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS FONDS PROPRES (PRETS EUROS) BDFEFR2TSFP
241 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS FONDS PROPRES (TITRES EUROS) BDFEFR2TFPR
242 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS FOREIGN CUSTOMER TRANSACTIONS BDFEFRPPSRD
243 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS GESCCO BDFEFR2TGCO
244 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS GESTION DE LA DETTE PUBLIQUE BDFEFR2TGDP
245 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS GROUPE BDF BDFEFR2T243
246 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS IEDOM BDFEFR2TIDD
247 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS IEOM BDFEFR2TIND
248 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS INFORMATION SUR PAIEMENTS DE MASSE BDFEFRPPTEC
249 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS MARKET ACTIVITY BDFEFRPPMAP
250 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS NEUTRALISATION BDFEFR2TFI1

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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.