SWIFT Codes for banks in Denmark - Page 2

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Denmark. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. Passive participants codes are excluded from the list.

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IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
51DANSKE BANK A/SHIRTSHALSHJOERRING AFELING (9206)DABADKKKHIR
52DANSKE BANK A/SHJOERRINGHJOERRING AFDELING (9206)DABADKKKHJO
53DANSKE BANK A/SHOLBAEKHOLBAEK AFDELING (3208)DABADKKKHBK
54DANSKE BANK A/SHOLSTEBROHOLSTEBRO AFDELINGDABADKKKHOL
55DANSKE BANK A/SHORSENSHORSENS AFDELINGDABADKKKHOR
56DANSKE BANK A/SKALUNDBORGERHVERVSCENTER VESTSJAELLAND 3208DABADKKKKAL
57DANSKE BANK A/SKASTRUP(AIRPORT)DABADKKKKAS
58DANSKE BANK A/SKOEGEKOEGE AFDELING (4865)DABADKKKKGE
59DANSKE BANK A/SKOLDINGERHVERVSCENTER TREKANTSOMRAADETDABADKKKKOL
60DANSKE BANK A/SKORSOERSLAGELSE AFDELING (4406)DABADKKKKOR
61DANSKE BANK A/SLYNGBYDABADKKKLYN
62DANSKE BANK A/SLYNGBY(DANSKE CAPITAL)DABADKKKCAP
63DANSKE BANK A/SMIDDELFARTERHVERVSCENTER TREKANTOMR (4795)DABADKKKMID
64DANSKE BANK A/SNAESTVEDNAESTVED AFDELINGDABADKKKNAE
65DANSKE BANK A/SNAKSKOVMARIBO (4875)DABADKKKNAK
66DANSKE BANK A/SNYBORGERHVERVSCENTER ODENSE (3574)DABADKKKNYB
67DANSKE BANK A/SNYKOEBING FALSTERNYKOEBING FALSTER AFDELING (3219)DABADKKKNYF
68DANSKE BANK A/SNYKOEBING SJAELLANDNYKOEBING S AFDELINGDABADKKKNYS
69DANSKE BANK A/SODENSEERHVERV FYN (4366)DABADKKKODE
70DANSKE BANK A/SRANDERSERHVERVSCENTER AARHUS (3627)DABADKKKRAN
71DANSKE BANK A/SRINGSTEDERHVERV RINGSTEDDABADKKKRIN
72DANSKE BANK A/SROEDOVREROEDOVRE CENTRUM AFDELING (4065)DABADKKKROD
73DANSKE BANK A/SROENNEERHVERV ROENNEDABADKKKRON
74DANSKE BANK A/SROSKILDEROSKILDE AFDELINGDABADKKKROS
75DANSKE BANK A/SSAEBYFREDERIKSHAVN AFDELING (4780)DABADKKKSBY
76DANSKE BANK A/SSILKEBORGSILKEBORG AFDELINGDABADKKKSIL
77DANSKE BANK A/SSKIVEVIBORG AFDELING (4770)DABADKKKSKI
78DANSKE BANK A/SSLAGELSESLAGELSE AFDELING (3511)DABADKKKSLA
79DANSKE BANK A/SSOENDERBORGERHVERVSCENTER TREKANTOMR (4795)DABADKKKSON
80DANSKE BANK A/SSTRUERHOLSTEBRO AFDELING (4925)DABADKKKSTR
81DANSKE BANK A/SSVENDBORGERHVERVSCENTER FYN (3574)DABADKKKSVB
82DANSKE BANK A/STAASTRUPTAASTRUP AFDELING (3129)DABADKKKTAA
83DANSKE BANK A/STHISTEDERHVERVSCENTER NORDJYLLAND 3201DABADKKKTHI
84DANSKE BANK A/STOENDERERHVERVSCENTER HADERSLEV (4810)DABADKKKTON
85DANSKE BANK A/SVARDEVARDEDABADKKKVAR
86DANSKE BANK A/SVEJLEVEJLE AFDELINGDABADKKKVEJ
87DANSKE BANK A/SVIBORGVIBORG AFDELINGDABADKKKVIB
88DANSKE COMMODITIES A/SAARHUSDACDDK2A
89DEN JYSKE SPAREKASSE A/SGRINDSTEDJYSPDK2G
90DJURSLANDS BANK A/SALLINGAABROALLINGAABRO AFDELINGDJURDK22ALL
91DJURSLANDS BANK A/SAUNINGAUNING AFDELINGDJURDK22AUN
92DJURSLANDS BANK A/SEBELTOFTEBELTOFT AFDELINGDJURDK22EBE
93DJURSLANDS BANK A/SGRENAADJURDK22
94DJURSLANDS BANK A/SHORNSLETHORNSLET AFDELINGDJURDK22HSL
95DJURSLANDS BANK A/SKOLINDKOLIND AFDELINGDJURDK22KLI
96DJURSLANDS BANK A/SLYSTRUPLYSTRUP AFDELINGDJURDK22LYS
97DJURSLANDS BANK A/SNIMTOFTEDJURDK22NIM
98DJURSLANDS BANK A/SOERSTEDOERSTED AFDELINGDJURDK22OER
99DJURSLANDS BANK A/SPINDSTRUPDJURDK22PIN
100DJURSLANDS BANK A/SRISSKOVRISSKOV AFDELINGDJURDK22RIS

Last Database Update : 01-OCT-2020

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About SWIFT Codes


SWIFT/BIC codes are used to identify specific banks and branches in international money transfers, making sure your money gets to the right place. These codes are used by banks to process international wire transfers and messages.

All SWIFT codes consist of 8 or 11 characters. An 11 digit code refers to a specific branch, while an 8 digit code (or one ending in 'XXX') refers to the bank's head office. SWIFT code registrations are handled by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT). The term SWIFT is often used interchangeably with BIC, which stands for Bank Identifier Code.

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