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Switzerland Bank SWIFT Codes - Page 13

Switzerland Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Switzerland. 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
601 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (STATEMENT MULTIBANKING PROVIDED THROUGH FIDES TREASURY SERVICES) CRESCHZFARS
602 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (STATEMENT STRAIGHT THROUGH SERVICE) CRESCHZFSST
603 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (TFL-SERVICE) CRESCHZFTFL
604 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (TFS-SERVICE) CRESCHZFTFS
605 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (TLX SERVICE) CRESCHZFTLX
606 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (TRE-SERVICE) CRESCHZFTRE
607 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (TRF-SERVICE) CRESCHZFTRF
608 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (VTL-SERVICE) CRESCHZFVTL
609 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (VTR-SERVICE) CRESCHZFVTR
610 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (VTS-SERVICE) CRESCHZFVTS
611 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (XXX-SERVICE) CRESCHZFADG
612 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (XXX-SERVICE) CRESCHZFADU
613 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (XXX-SERVICE) CRESCHZFDEN
614 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (XXX-SERVICE) CRESCHZFVTU
615 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (XXX-SERVICE) CRESCHZFB77
616 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (XXX-SERVICE) CRESCHZFTGP
617 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (XXX-SERVICE) CRESCHZFBAM
618 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (XXX-SERVICE) CRESCHZFBAS
619 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (XXX-SERVICE) CRESCHZFBEU
620 CREDIT SUISSE (SCHWEIZ) AG (MULTIBANK ARS AND EFT SERVICE) ZURICH (XXX-SERVICE) CRESCHZFTGA
621 CREDIT SUISSE AG ZURICH CRESCHZH
622 CREDIT SUISSE AG ZURICH CRESCHZ2
623 CREDIT SUISSE ASSET MANAGEMENT (SCHWEIZ) AG ZURICH CSAMCHZH
624 DEUTSCHE BANK (SUISSE) SA - PRIVATE BANKING - GENEVA DEUTCHGG
625 DEUTSCHE BANK (SVIZZERA) SA LUGANO - PRIVATE BANKING - LUGANO DEUTCHGGLUG
626 DEUTSCHE BANK AG ZURICH BRANCH ZURICH DEUTCHZZ
627 DIE SCHWEIZERISCHE POST AG BERN POCHCH2B
628 DORMAKABA INTERNATIONAL HOLDING AG ZURICH KAMTCHZZ
629 DUFRY MANAGEMENT AG BASLE DUFRCHBB
630 DUKASCOPY BANK SA GENEVA DUBACHGG
631 DZ PRIVATBANK (SCHWEIZ) AG ZURICH GENOCHZZ
632 E.G.O. ELEKTRO-GERATE AG STEINHAUSEN EGOECH22
633 ECOM AGROINDUSTRIAL CORP. LTD PULLY EATLCH22
634 EDITIONS ATLAS LAUSANNE ATPRCH22
635 EDMOND DE ROTHSCHILD (SUISSE) S.A. GENEVA PRIBCHGG
636 EFG BANK AG LUGANO (PATRIMONY 1873) EFGBCHZZPAT
637 EFG BANK AG ZURICH EFGBCHZZ
638 EFG BANK AG ZURICH (LTQ ISSUANCE ACCOUNT) EFGBCHZZLTQ
639 EFG BANK EUROPEAN FINANCIAL GROUP SA GENEVA EFGBCHGG
640 EIDGENOESSISCHE FINANZVERWALTUNG BERN EFVBCH22
641 EIDGENOESSISCHE FINANZVERWALTUNG BERN (PAYMENT DEPARTMENT) EFVBCH22ZVB
642 EIDGENOESSISCHE FINANZVERWALTUNG BERN (PAYMENTS BVPLUS) EFVBCH22BVP
643 ELEMENT ALPHA S.A. GENEVA ELALCHGG
644 ENTRIS BANKING AG GUEMLIGEN RBABCH22
645 ERSPARNISKASSE AFFOLTERN I.E. AG WEIER IM EMMENTAL RBABCH22387
646 ERSPARNISKASSE SCHAFFHAUSEN SCHAFFHAUSEN RBABCH22835
647 ETH ZURICH ZURICH ETHZCHZZ
648 EUROFIMA EUROPEAN COMPANY FOR THE FINANCING OF RAILRAOAD ROLLING STOCK BASLE EURACHBB
649 EZPADA AG ZUG EZPACH22
650 F. VAN LANSCHOT BANKIERS (SCHWEIZ) AG ZURICH FVLBCHZZ


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.