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What is a SWIFT Code?

Swift code or also commonly known as BIC Code is a standard format to uniquely identify a bank, financial institution and non-financial institution. This standard approved by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). BIC stands for Business Identifier Codes.

The codes are widely used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers or telegraphic transfer. Other uses include to transmit messages between financial institutions and banks.

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The Swift code can be either 8 or 11 characters long, and 8 digits code refers to the primary office. The code consists of 4 separate section, and the format arrange in the following manner;

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • The first 4 characters ("AAAA") specify the institution. Only letters.
  • The next 2 characters ("BB") specify the country where the instituions located. The code follows the format of ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code.
  • The next 2 characters ("CC") specify the instiution's location. Can be letters and digits. Passive participants will have "1" in the second character,
  • The last 3 characters ("DDD") specify the institution's branch. This section is an optional. A 'XXX' refers to a primary office. Can be letters and digits.


France Bank SWIFT Codes - Page 9

France The table below are the list of Swift Codes for all banks and institutions in France. Click on the Swift Code to find out the bank or institution details, address & maps.

No Bank or Institution City Branch SWIFT Code
401 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (BDF-PROJET ESB) BDFEFR2TESB
402 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (BDF-PROJET IAM) BDFEFR2TIAM
403 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (BDF-SERI-NOTIF-CNRO) BDFEFR31BIN
404 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (CAISSE GENERALE) BDFEFR2TCAI
405 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (CBL - CLIENTELE (C TITRES T2S)) BDFEFR2TCBL
406 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (CBL - CLIENTELE BC (C TITRES T2S)) BDFEFR2TC31
407 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (CBL - FIA (C TITRES T2S)) BDFEFR2TC51
408 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (CBL - FONDS PROPRES (C TITRES T2S)) BDFEFR2TC10
409 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (CBL - OPCVM (C TITRES T2S)) BDFEFR2TC50
410 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (CHEQUES ET EFFETS SUR L'ETRANGER) BDFEFR2TSEE
411 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (CLIENTELE CONVENTIONNEE) BDFEFR2TSCC
412 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (CLIENTELE INSTITUTIONNELLE (TITRES)) BDFEFR2TTIT
413 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (COLLATERAL TRIPARTY) BDFEFR2TTRY
414 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (COMPTABILITE GENERALE) BDFEFR2TCGN
415 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (COMPTE CNRO TRANSIT) BDFEFR2TTCH
416 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (CONTREPARTIE FICTIVE) BDFEFR2TFIC
417 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (DMC) BDFEFR2TPOL
418 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (DSB COMPTES ESPECES EN EURO) BDFEFRPPCCT
419 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (EB - CLIENTELE (C TITRES T2S)) BDFEFR2TE30
420 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (EB - FONDS PROPRES (C TITRES T2S)) BDFEFR2TE10
421 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (EB - FONDS PROPRES - PSPP (C TITRES T2S)) BDFEFR2TE14
422 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (EB - FONDS PROPRES DEVISES (C TITRES T2S)) BDFEFR2TE11
423 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (EB - TRIPARTY (C TITRES T2S)) BDFEFR2TE12
424 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (ECF COMPTE MIROIR) BDFEFR2TECF
425 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (ECR PROJECT) BDFEFR2TECR
426 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (ESES-INTERNCB BE) BDFEFR2TEBE
427 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (ESES-INTERNCB NL) BDFEFR2TENL
428 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (FICTIVE 3G) BDFEFR2T721
429 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (FICTIVE ADJUDICAT) BDFEFR2T724
430 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (FICTIVE CCBM) BDFEFR2T782
431 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (FICTIVE CLIENT.INSTIT.) BDFEFR2T743
432 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (FICTIVE FCP) BDFEFR2T733
433 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (FICTIVE FP DOWN) BDFEFR2T700
434 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (FICTIVE PLI SECURISATION) BDFEFR2T720
435 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (FICTIVE) BDFEFR2T820
436 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (FONDS PROPRES (DBCG-CRE)) BDFEFR2TTRA
437 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (FONDS PROPRES (DEVISES)) BDFEFR2TDSE
438 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (FONDS PROPRES (PRETS EUROS)) BDFEFR2TSFP
439 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (FONDS PROPRES (TITRES EUROS)) BDFEFR2TFPR
440 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (FOREIGN CUSTOMER TRANSACTIONS) BDFEFRPPSRD
441 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (GESCCO) BDFEFR2TGCO
442 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (GESTION DE LA DETTE PUBLIQUE) BDFEFR2TGDP
443 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (IEDOM) BDFEFR2TIDD
444 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (IEOM) BDFEFR2TIND
445 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (INFORMATION SUR PAIEMENTS DE MASSE) BDFEFRPPTEC
446 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (MARKET ACTIVITY) BDFEFRPPMAP
447 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (NEUTRALISATION) BDFEFR2TFI1
448 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (NEUTRALISATION) BDFEFR2TFI2
449 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (OPCVM) BDFEFR2TOPC
450 BANQUE DE FRANCE PARIS (OPERATIONS DE CHANGE BCE) BDFEFR2TERM