Head Office, Port Au Prince, Port Au Prince, Haiti
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|Swift code (8 characters)||BNPAHTP1|
|Branch name||Head Office|
|Branch address||Port Au Prince|
Banque Nationale De Paris
|City||Port Au Prince|
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