SWIFT Codes for banks in Germany - Page 139

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.

IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
6901VOLKS- UND RAIFFEISENBANK BAD SALZUNGEN SCHMALKALDEN EGSCHMALKALDENGENODEF1SAY
6902VOLKS- UND RAIFFEISENBANK EISLEBEN EGEISLEBENGENODEF1EIL
6903VOLKS- UND RAIFFEISENBANK LEINEBERGLANDDELLIGSENGENODEF1DES
6904VOLKS- UND RAIFFEISENBANK PRIGNITZ EGPERLEBERGGENODEF1PER
6905VOLKS- UND RAIFFEISENBANK PRIGNITZ EGPRITZWALKGENODEF1PEX
6906VOLKS- UND RAIFFEISENBANK SAALE-UNSTRUT EGMERSEBURGGENODEF1NMB
6907VOLKS-U RB WISMAR EGWISMARGENODEF1HWI
6908VOLKS-UND RAIFFEISENBANK EG GUESTROWSTERNBERGGENODEF1STB
6909VOLKS-UND RAIFFEISENBANK SAALE-UNSTRUT EGWEISSENFELSGENODEF1NMX
6910VOLKS-UND RAIFFEISENBANK SAARPFALZ EGHOMBURGGENODE51BEX
6911VOLKS-UND RAIFFEISENBANK ZEITZ EGZEITZGENODEF1ZTZ
6912VOLKSBANK - RAIFFEISENBANK RIEDLINGEN EGRIEDLINGENVORRDE51
6913VOLKSBANK AACHEN SUED EGAACHENGENODED1AAS
6914VOLKSBANK ACHERNACHERNGENODE61ACH
6915VOLKSBANK ACHERN EG FILIALE SASBACHSASBACHVAFSDE61
6916VOLKSBANK AHLEN-SASSENBERG-WARENDORF EGAHLENGENODEM1AHZ
6917VOLKSBANK ALB EGLAICHINGENGENODES1LAI
6918VOLKSBANK ALBSTADT EGALBSTADTGENODES1EBI
6919VOLKSBANK ALLER-OKER EGMUEDEN (ALLER)GENODEF1MUA
6920VOLKSBANK ALLER-WESER EGHOYAGENODEF1HOY
6921VOLKSBANK ALLER-WESER EGVERDEN (ALLER)VOASDE21
6922VOLKSBANK ALLGAEU-OBERSCHWABEN EGLEUTKIRCH IM ALLGAEUGENODES1LEU
6923VOLKSBANK ALLGAEU-WEST EGWANGENGENODES1WAN
6924VOLKSBANK ALLGAU-OBERSCHWABEN EGWOLFEGGBAWLDE61
6925VOLKSBANK ALTSHAUSEN EGALTSHAUSENGENODES1VAH
6926VOLKSBANK ALTSHAUSEN EGEBERSBACH-MUSBACHGENODES1VAY
6927VOLKSBANK ALTSHAUSEN EG IN WILHELMSDORFWILHELMDSDORFVOAWDE61
6928VOLKSBANK ALZEY-WORMS EGALZEYALZEYGENODE61AZY
6929VOLKSBANK ALZEY-WORMS EGNIERSTEINVOALDE51
6930VOLKSBANK AM ITH EG COPPENBRUEGGESALZHEMMENDORFGENODEF1COY
6931VOLKSBANK AM WUERTTEMBERG EGFELLBACHGENODES1UTV
6932VOLKSBANK AMELSBUEREN EGMUENSTER-AMELSBUERENGENODEM1MAB
6933VOLKSBANK AMMERBUCH EGAMMERBUCHVOLKSBANK RAIFFEISENBANK AMMERGAEU EGGENODES1AMM
6934VOLKSBANK AMMERBUCH EGTUBINGENVOABDES1
6935VOLKSBANK AN DER NIERS EGALDEKERKGENODED1GDY
6936VOLKSBANK AN DER NIERS EGGELDERNGENODED1GDL
6937VOLKSBANK ANROECHTE EGANROECHTEGENODEM1ANR
6938VOLKSBANK ASCHAFFENBURG EGGROSSOSTHEIMGENODEF1ABY
6939VOLKSBANK ASCHAFFENBURG EGSTOCKSTADT AM MAINGENODEF1ABX
6940VOLKSBANK ASCHEBERG-HERBERN EGASCHEBERGGENODEM1CAN
6941VOLKSBANK BACKNANGBACKNANGGENODES1VBK
6942VOLKSBANK BACKNANGMURRHARDTGENODES1VBY
6943VOLKSBANK BACKNANG FILIALE MURRHARDTMURRHARDTVBFMDE31
6944VOLKSBANK BAD OEYNHAUSEN-HERFORD EGMELLEGENODEM1HFY
6945VOLKSBANK BAD SALZUFLEN EGBAD SALZUFLENGENODEM1BSU
6946VOLKSBANK BAD SALZUFLEN EGLEMGOGENODEM1BSY
6947VOLKSBANK BAD SAULGAU EGMENGENGENODES1SLY
6948VOLKSBANK BAD SAULGAU EGSAULGAUGENODES1SLG
6949VOLKSBANK BAD SAULGAU EGSIGMARINGENVOBUDE61
6950VOLKSBANK BADEN-BADEN RASTATT EGBADEN-BADENGENODEF1BAY

Last Database Update : 26-JAN-2024

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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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