SWIFT Codes for banks in Germany

SWIFT Codes for main Germany Banks

  1. Berliner Sparkasse
  2. Berliner Volksbank
  3. Comdirect Bank
  4. Commerzbank
  5. Deutsche Bank
  6. Deutsche Postbank
  7. Hamburger Sparkasse
  8. Ing-Diba
  9. N26 Bank
  10. Sparkasse Ansbach
  11. Sparkasse Kölnbonn
  12. Targobank
  13. UniCredit Hypovereinsbank

SWIFT Codes for banks in Germany

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Germany. 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
1360 TREASURY SYSTEMS AGFRANKFURT AM MAINTRSYDEFF
2AAREAL BANK AGBERLINBERLIN BRANCHAARBDE5W100
3AAREAL BANK AGESSENESSEN BRANCHAARBDE5W360
4AAREAL BANK AGLEIPZIGLEIPZIG BRANCHAARBDE5W860
5AAREAL BANK AGWIESBADENAARBDE5W
6AAREAL BANK AGWIESBADENCLEARINGAARBDE5WCLE
7AAREAL BANK AGWIESBADENCOVERPOOL MORTGAGE SECURITIESAARBDE5WMTG
8AAREAL BANK AGWIESBADENFORMERLY FRANKFURT BRANCHAARBDE5W500
9AAREAL BANK AGWIESBADENFORMERLY HAMBURG BRANCHAARBDE5W200
10AAREAL BANK AGWIESBADENFORMERLY HANNOVER BRANCHAARBDE5W250
11AAREAL BANK AGWIESBADENFORMERLY MAINZ BRANCHAARBDE5W550
12AAREAL BANK AGWIESBADENFORMERLY MUNICH BRANCHAARBDE5W700
13AAREAL BANK AGWIESBADENFORMERLY STUTTGART BRANCHAARBDE5W600
14AAREAL BANK AGWIESBADENGF -BK01-AARBDE5WDOM
15AAREAL BANK AG (FORMERLY WESTDEUTSCHE IMMOBILIENBANK AG)WIESBADENIMMODE5M
16ABCBANK GMBHKOELNWWBADE3A
17ABCBANK GMBHKOELNDOTATIONSKONTOWWBADE3ADOT
18ABK ALLGEMEINE BEAMTEN BANK AGBERLINABKBDEBB
19ABK-SYSTEME GESELLSCHAFT FUER AUSBILDUNG, BERATUNG UND KOMMUNIKATIONSSYSTEME M.B.H.DREIEICHABKSDEFF
20ABN AMRO BANK N.V. FRANKFURT BRANCHFRANKFURT AM MAINFTSBDEFA
21ABN AMRO BANK N.V. FRANKFURT BRANCHFRANKFURT AM MAINSEC FINANCINGFTSBDEFASFI
22ACCURIDE WHEELS SOLINGEN GMBHSOLINGENAWSGDE3S
23ADOLF WUERTH GMBH UND CO. KGKUENZELSAUWUERDE66
24AFONE PAIEMENTBERLINAFOPDEB2
25AFONE PAIEMENTBERLINAFPNDEB2
26AGRICULTURAL BANK OF CHINA FRANKFURT BRANCHFRANKFURT AM MAINABOCDEFF
27AION BANK GERMAN BRANCH NVFRANKFURT AM MAINBMPBDEF2
28AIRBUS BANK GMBHMUENCHENAGBMDEMMTGT
29AIRBUS BANK GMBHMUENCHENAGBMDEMME24
30AIRBUS BANK GMBHMUENCHENAGBMDEMME25
31AIRBUS BANK GMBHMUENCHENAGBMDEMME23
32AIRBUS BANK GMBHMUENCHENAGBMDEMME22
33AIRBUS BANK GMBHMUENCHENAGBMDEMM
34AIRBUS GROUP S.E.MUENCHENPAYMENT DEPARTMENTEADSDEMMPAY
35AIRBUS GROUP S.E.OTTOBRUNNEADSDEMM
36AKA AUSFUHRKREDIT-GESELLSCHAFT MBHFRANKFURT AM MAINAUSKDEFF
37AKBANK AGESCHBORNAKBKDEFF
38AKF BANK GMBH UND CO KGWUPPERTALAKFBDE33
39ALLIANZ GLOBAL INVESTORS GMBHFRANKFURT AM MAINAGIDDEFB
40ALLIANZ GLOBAL INVESTORS GMBHFRANKFURT AM MAINAGIDDEFFHOF
41ALLIANZ GLOBAL INVESTORS GMBHFRANKFURT AM MAINAGIDDEFF
42ALLIANZ GLOBAL INVESTORS GMBHFRANKFURT AM MAINAGIDDEFBSGF
43ALLIANZ GLOBAL INVESTORS GMBHFRANKFURT AM MAINAGIDDEFFPAR
44ALLIANZ GLOBAL INVESTORS GMBHFRANKFURT AM MAINAGIDDEFBSSL
45ALLIANZ GLOBAL INVESTORS GMBHFRANKFURT AM MAINAGIAAGIDDEFFIAM
46ALLIANZ GLOBAL INVESTORS GMBHFRANKFURT AM MAINFOR SPECIAL PURPOSESAGIDDEFFPA1
47ALLIANZ GLOBAL INVESTORS GMBHFRANKFURT AM MAINFUND ADMINISTRATIONAGIDDEFFFOA
48ALLIANZ GLOBAL INVESTORS GMBHFRANKFURT AM MAINHOFAGIDDEFFHO3
49ALLIANZ GLOBAL INVESTORS GMBHFRANKFURT AM MAINHOF 1AGIDDEFFHO1
50ALLIANZ GLOBAL INVESTORS GMBHFRANKFURT AM MAININVESTMENT MIDDLE OFFICEAGIDDEFFINV

Last Database Update : 06-JUL-2022

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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.

The tools here are provided for informational purposes only. Whilst every effort is made to provide accurate data, users must acknowledge that this website accepts no liability whatsoever with respect to its accuracy. Only your bank can confirm the correct bank account information. If you are making an important or time-critical payment, we recommend you contact your bank first.