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Greece Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Greece. 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
1 AEGEAN BALTIC BANK S.A. MAROUSI HEAD OFFICE AEBAGRAA
2 ALPHA BANK AE ATHENS MAIN CRBAGRAA
3 ARGO PAYMENT SERVICES S.A PAYMENT INSTITUTION ATHENS APSYGRA2
4 ATTICA BANK SA ATHENS MAIN BRANCH (OMIROU) ATTIGRAA
5 BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. ATHENS ATHENS ATHENS BOFAGR2X
6 BANK OF CHINA (LUXEMBOURG) S.A. ATHENS BRANCH ATHENS BKCHGRAA
7 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAAST2
8 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (ACCOUNTING CONTROL SECTION) BNGRGRAA030
9 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (ATHENS CLEARING OFFICE) BNGRGRAAACO
10 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (BOOK ENTRY SECURITIES MANAGEMENT SECTION) BNGRGRAASSS
11 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (BOOK ENTRY SECURITIES MANAGEMT SECTION-CORR.CENTRAL BK MODEL SYST) BNGRGRAACCB
12 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (CASH PROCESSING SECTION) BNGRGRAA053
13 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (DATA CONTROL SECTION) BNGRGRAA059
14 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS SECTION) BNGRGRAA042
15 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (DIAS ASI6-RT AA) BNGRGRAAIOP
16 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (DIAS ASI6-RT TA) BNGRGRAAINS
17 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (DIAS-CH) BNGRGRAADIA
18 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (DOCUMENTARY CREDITS SECTION) BNGRGRAA017
19 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (ECB ACCOUNT FOR BANK OF GREECE) BNGRGRAAEUX
20 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (FOREIGN EXCHANGE TRANSCACTIONS SECTION) BNGRGRAA013
21 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (GOVERNMENT SECURITIES CUSTODY AND MANAGEMENT SECTION) BNGRGRAA027
22 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (HERMES RTGS SYSTEM) BNGRGRAAHRM
23 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (LARGE-VALUE PAYMENTS SYSTEM MANAGEMENT SECTION) BNGRGRAACON
24 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (MONETARY POLICY IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT SECTION) BNGRGRAA072
25 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (MONEY MARKETS SECTION) BNGRGRAA094
26 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (PAYMENTS OF BOOK ENTRY SECURITIES SECTION) BNGRGRAAPBS
27 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (RESERVES MANAGEMENT BACKUP SECTION) BNGRGRAA012
28 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (SEPA CREDIT TRANSFER) BNGRGRAASCT
29 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (TGT2 ACCOUNT27, INDIRECT MEMBER)) BNGRGRAABR8
30 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (TGT2 SAD.BANK (INDIRECT MEMBER)) BNGRGRAABR4
31 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS (TREASURY OPERATIONS SUPPORT SECTION) BNGRGRAAFXD
32 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS HEAD OFFICE SECRETARIAT SECTION BNGRGRAA
33 BANK OF GREECE THESSALONIKI (THESSALONIKI BRANCH) BNGRGRAA121
34 BLACK SEA TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT BANK THESSALONIKI BSTDGR2T
35 BNP PARIBAS SECURITIES SERVICES, GREECE ATHENS CENTRAL PARBGRAX
36 CITIBANK EUROPE PLC GREECE BRANCH ATHENS CITIGRAA731
37 CITIBANK EUROPE PLC GREECE BRANCH ATHENS (RESTRICTED USE CITIBANK ATHENS TARGET 2) CITIGRAASEC
38 CITIBANK EUROPE PLC GREECE BRANCH ATHENS ATHENS CITIGRAA
39 CITIBANK EUROPE PLC GREECE BRANCH PIRAEUS CITIGRAA732
40 CITIBANK EUROPE PLC GREECE BRANCH THESSALONIKI CITIGRAA733
41 COSMOTE PAYMENTS - ELECTRONIC MONEY SERVICES S.A ATHENS CPEMGRA2
42 ENEX CLEARING HOUSE S.A. ATHENS ENCHGRAA
43 ENEX CLEARING HOUSE S.A. ATHENS (ENEXCLEAR ANCILLARY SYSTEM) ENCHGRAAASI
44 EUROBANK S.A. ATHENS (CUSTODY FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS DEPT.) ERBKGRAASEC
45 EUROBANK S.A. ATHENS OTHONOS STR. SYNTAGMA ERBKGRAA
46 HELLENIC CENTRAL SECURITIES DEPOSITORY S.A. ATHENS HCSDGRAA
47 HELLENIC CENTRAL SECURITIES DEPOSITORY S.A. ATHENS (HELEX ANCILLARY SYSTEM) HCSDGRAAASI
48 HSBC FRANCE ATHENS BRANCH ATHENS (ALL GREEK BRANCHES) MIDLGRAA
49 HSBC FRANCE ATHENS BRANCH ATHENS (SEPA DIRECT DEBITS) MIDLGRAASDD
50 HSBC FRANCE ATHENS BRANCH PIRAEUS (SECURITIES SERVICES) MIDLGRAAGSS

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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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