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SEPA Payments

With the SEPA system, your payments to other European countries are as simple as within Switzerland itself.

The SEPA (Single Euro Payment Area) enables euro payments to be made via e-banking throughout the whole continent within just three days.

Your payments within Europe: rapid and economical

Advantages

  • Operations within the Euro zone are as simple as payments in Switzerland
  • Very attractive rates compared with standard operations
  • Uniform system, no matter which European country is involved
  • Fast turnaround time (3 days maximum)
  • The beneficiary receives the full amount

Process

Your payments on our Netbanking platform will be SEPA-processed provided they comply with the following standards:
  • Use of the function «International bank payment» in the menu «Payment transactions» and «Enter payments»
  • Recipient countries: member states as per the list below
  • Currency: EUR
  • Beneficiary’s IBAN number specified (International Bank Account Number)
  • BIC code (Bank Identifier Code or SWIFT address) of the beneficiary’s bank specified
  • Cost option: only “Shared costs” (SHA)
  • No instruction from BCGE

To receive a payment transfer from a SEPA-zone country

  • For in coming transfers from abroad to be credited to your account, give the issuer of the payment order your IBAN number and the Swift/BIC code

IBAN code

Your IBAN number appears on your bank statements.

Swift/BIC code

The BIC (Bank Identifier Code or SWIFT address) is an additional identification code. Each branch of a bank has its own code.

List of member countries
Austria Latvia
BelgiumLiechtenstein
Bulgaria Lithuania
CyprusLuxembourg
Czech Republic Malta
DenmarkMonaco
EstoniaNetherlands
FinlandNorway
FrancePoland
Germany Portugal
Great BritainRomania
GreeceSlovakia
HungarySpain
Iceland Sweden
IrelandSwitzerland
Italy

Exchange rates

20.11.2018

EUR EUR Atm 1.153 
EUREUR 1.1628 cours euro en baisse
USDUSD1.0376 cours usd en hausse
GBPGBP1.3349 cours usd en hausse
YENYEN0.9180 cour du yen en hausse
EUR EUR Atm 1.116 
EUREUR1.1061 cours euro en baisse
USDUSD0.9502 cours usd en hausse
GBPGBP1.2126 cours usd en hausse
YENYEN0.8474 cour du yen en hausse

Indicative informations

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Stock market prices

BCGE 197.50 0.77% cours en hausse
SMI 8,769.45 -0.49% cours en baisse
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