Greece Bank Swift Code and BIC Code


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Id Bank City Swift Code
1 A. SARRIS SECURITIES S.A. ATHENS SAUEGRA1
2 ABAX SECURITIES S.A. ATHENS ABXEGRA1
3 ACCESS PAYMENT SERVICES S.A. ATHENS ACPEGRA1
4 AEGEAN BALTIC BANK S.A. MAROUSI AEBAGRAA
5 AEOLIAN INVESTMENT FUND S.A. ATHENS AEIFGRA1
6 AGRICULTURAL BANK OF GREECE SEC ATHENS AGGEGRA1
7 ALICO EUROBANK ATHENS ALEEGRA1
8 ALKE STOCKBROKERS S.A. ATHENS ALKEGRA1
9 ALPHA BANK AE ATHENS CRBAGRAA
10 ALPHA FINANCE BROKERAGE INVESTM ATHENS ALPRGRA1
11 ALPHA PRIVATE INVESTMENT SERVIC ATHENS APISGRA1
12 ALPHA TRUST INVESTMENT SERVICES KIFISIA ATIEGR21
13 ARGOCHANGE S.A. ATHENS ARGHGRA1
14 ARTION SECURITIES S.A. ATHENS ARSIGRA1
15 ATHENS DERIVATIVES EXCHANGE S.A ATHENS XADEGRA1
16 ATHENS STOCK EXCHANGE ATHENS XATHGRA1
17 ATHENS URBAN TRANSPORT ORGANISA ATHENS AUTIGRA1
18 ATHEXCLEAR ATHENS ATHCGRA1
19 ATHINAIKI SECURITIES S.A. ATHENS ATSUGRA1
20 ATLAS SECURITIES SA ATHENS ATSRGRA1
21 ATTICA BANK SA ATHENS ATTIGRAA
22 AXON SECURITIES S.A. ATHENS AXSEGRA1
23 B AND N BANK GREEK BRANCH ATHENS KEDRGRAA
24 BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. ATHENS ATHENS BOFAGR2X
25 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
26 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
27 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
28 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
29 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
30 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRA1
31 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRA1
32 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
33 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
34 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
35 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
36 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
37 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRA1
38 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
39 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
40 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
41 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRA1
42 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRA1
43 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRA1
44 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
45 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
46 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
47 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRA1
48 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA
49 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRA1
50 BANK OF GREECE ATHENS BNGRGRAA

What is Greece SWIFT Code?

SWIFT code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and serves as a unique identifier for a bank or financial institution.
These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. On top of that, the code is used to transmit messages between financial institutions and banks in the Greece.

The SWIFT code can be either 8 or 11 characters long and 8 digits code refers to the primary office. The format of SWIFT Code is as follows;

AAAA GR CC DDD


Greece, officially the Hellenic Republic, known also as Hellas, is a country located in Southeast Europe. Its population is approximately 10.7 million as of 2018; Athens, the nation's capital, is its largest city, followed by Thessaloniki.

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