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Societe Generale (Canada): Routing Number - Transit Number

Below is the complete list of Societe Generale (Canada) Branches and the Routing/Transit Number Info. across the Canada.
Bank State City Address Postal Code Routing Number Transit Number
Societe Generale (Canada) AB Calgary 3296, 450-1st Street S.W. T2P 5H1 029200003 00003-292
Societe Generale (Canada) ON Toronto First Canadian Place Suite 400 M5C 2W1 029200002 00002-292
Societe Generale (Canada) ON Toronto First Canadian Place Suite 400 M5C 2W1 029200022 00022-292
Societe Generale (Canada) QC Montreal 1501 McGill College Avenue, Ste 1800 H3A 3M8 029200001 00001-292
Societe Generale (Canada) QC Montreal Suite 1100 1155 rue University H3A 3M8 029200011 00011-292
Societe Generale (Canada) QC Montreal 1501 McGill College Avenue, 1501 McGill College Ave Suite 1800 H3A 3M8 029200111 00111-292


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