The Swift or BIC code for Hello Bank in France is

You can copy the BIC code from the button below

Who’s behind SWIFT code BNPAFRPP?

Institution name:BNP-PARIBAS SA (of which Hello Bank is a part)
Zip code:75009

Breaking down the Hello Bank BIC code:


= Bank code


= Country code


= Location code

Swift code structure explained

List of Hello Bank local branch codes

The 8 digit code refers to the head office of the financial institution. But in some rare cases an 11 digit code is used to refer to specific branches of the financial institution. We list all the branch codes for Hello Bank below:

Swift codeInstitutionCity
BNPAFRPPBNP Paribas (Hello Bank is a brand of BNP)Paris

What is a SWIFT or BIC code?

A SWIFT code, also known as a Bank Identifier Code (BIC), is a unique alphanumeric identifier used in international money transfers or SEPA payments to identify a certain bank or financial institution. SWIFT stands for the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication, and it is a global network that allows banks and financial institutions to securely communicate and exchange financial information. The code is made up of either 8 or 11 characters.

1. Bank Code: The first four characters represent the bank or financial institution code. It is usually an alphanumeric code that identifies the specific bank.

2. Country Code: The next two characters represent the country code, following the ISO country code standard. For France, the country code is “NL.”

3. Location Code: The last two characters, also known as the location code, pinpoint the exact location of the bank branch within the country. It can either be alphanumeric or represent the bank’s head office.

Conclusion: A SWIFT or BIC code is primarily utilized when sending money overseas to ensure that the funds reach the correct destination bank anywhere in the globe. This one-of-a-kind code ensures the correctness, security, and efficiency of international fund transfers.

How to find my SWIFT code?

Aside from checking this website, there are a couple of methods to find your BIC code:

  • Your local bank agency: If you still have doubts about which SWIFT code to use, you can also contact the customer service of your local bank. They will be more than happy to provide you the particular BIC code you need.
  • Bank Statement: Check your bank statement, either physical or electronic, as it often includes your bank’s Swift code.
  • Your bank card: Check the backside of your bank card if you have a normal debit card (Maestro/Bancontact). Some banks in France mention the BIC on the backside of the card. This does not work if you have a VISA or Mastercard.
  • Online Banking or bank website: Log in to your online banking portal or mobile banking app and consult your account information. You can also visit your bank’s official website and search for international wire transfer information. Most banks have a section dedicated to international transactions.

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