SWIFT Codes for banks in Germany - Page 152

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
7551VOLKSBANK RHEDE EGRHEDEGENODEM1RHD
7552VOLKSBANK RHEIN-ERFT-KOELN EGBRUEHLGENODED1BRH
7553VOLKSBANK RHEIN-ERFT-KOELN EGHUERTHGENODED1FHH
7554VOLKSBANK RHEIN-LAHN EGLAHNSTEINGENODE51DIY
7555VOLKSBANK RHEIN-LAHN-LIMBURG EGDIEZGENODE51DIE
7556VOLKSBANK RHEIN-LIPPE EGVOERDEGENODED1RLW
7557VOLKSBANK RHEIN-LIPPE EGVOERDEGENODED1RLZ
7558VOLKSBANK RHEIN-NAHE-HUNSRUECK EGBAD KREUZNACHGENODE51KRE
7559VOLKSBANK RHEIN-NAHE-HUNSRUECK EGBOPPARDVORHDE51
7560VOLKSBANK RHEIN-NAHE-HUNSRUECK EGEMMELSHAUSENGENODE51KRY
7561VOLKSBANK RHEIN-RUHR EGDUISBURGGENODED1VRR
7562VOLKSBANK RHEIN-RUHR EGRATINGENGENODED1VRY
7563VOLKSBANK RHEIN-SELZ EGNIERSTEINGENODE51NIS
7564VOLKSBANK RHEIN-WEHRA EGBAD SAECKINGENVOHNDE61
7565VOLKSBANK RHEIN-WEHRA EGRHEINFELDENGENODE61BSY
7566VOLKSBANK RHEIN-WEHRA SAECKINGEN EGBAD SAECKINGENGENODE61BSK
7567VOLKSBANK RHEIN-WUPPER EGLEICHLINGENGENODED1RWY
7568VOLKSBANK RHEINAHREIFEL EGMAYENGENODED1BNY
7569VOLKSBANK RHEINAHREIFEL EG (FORMERLY VOLKSBANK KOBLENZ MITTELRHEIN EG)KOBLENZGENODE51KOB
7570VOLKSBANK RHEINBOELLEN EGRHEINBOELLENGENODED1RBO
7571VOLKSBANK RIESA EGOSCHATZGENODEF1RIY
7572VOLKSBANK RIESA EGRIESAGENODEF1RIE
7573VOLKSBANK ROSENHEIM EGROSENHEIMGENODEF1ROV
7574VOLKSBANK ROT EGST. LEON-ROTGENODE61LRO
7575VOLKSBANK ROTTWEIL EGROTTWEILGENODES1VRW
7576VOLKSBANK RUHR MITTE EGGELSENKIRCHENGENODEM1GBU
7577VOLKSBANK RUHR MITTE EGGLADBECKGENODEM1GBY
7578VOLKSBANK SAALETAL EGJENAGENODEF1RUY
7579VOLKSBANK SAARBURG EGSAARBURGGENODED1SRB
7580VOLKSBANK SAARPFALZ EGBEXBACHGENODE51BEY
7581VOLKSBANK SANDHOFEN EGMANNHEIMGENODE61MAY
7582VOLKSBANK SANDHOFEN EGMANNHEIMGENODE61MA3
7583VOLKSBANK SAUERLAND EGARNSBERGGENODEM1NEH
7584VOLKSBANK SAUERLAND EGMESCHEDEGENODEM1SRL
7585VOLKSBANK SAUERLAND EGMESCHEDEGENODEM1NEY
7586VOLKSBANK SAUERLAND EGSCHMALLENBERGGENODEM1SMA
7587VOLKSBANK SAUERLAND EGSUNDERNGENODEM1NEZ
7588VOLKSBANK SCHERMBECK EGGAHLENGENODEM1SMY
7589VOLKSBANK SCHERMBECK EGSCHERMBECKGENODEM1SMB
7590VOLKSBANK SCHLANGEN EGSCHLANGENGENODEM1SLN
7591VOLKSBANK SCHNATHORST EGHUELLHORSTGENODEM1SNA
7592VOLKSBANK SCHUPBACH EGBESELICHGENODE51SBH
7593VOLKSBANK SCHWAEBISCH GMUEND EGSCHWAEBISCH GMUENDGENODES1VGD
7594VOLKSBANK SCHWALMTAL EGNIEDERKRUECHTENGENODED1NKR
7595VOLKSBANK SCHWANEWEDE EGSCHWANEWEDEGENODEF1SWW
7596VOLKSBANK SCHWARZWALD-DONAU-NECKAR EGSPAICHINGENGENODES1TUY
7597VOLKSBANK SCHWARZWALD-DONAU-NECKAR EGTUTTLINGENVSCHDE8T
7598VOLKSBANK SCHWARZWALD-DONAU-NECKAR EGTUTTLINGENGENODES1TUT
7599VOLKSBANK SCHWARZWALD-NECKAR EGSCHRAMBERGGENODES1SBG
7600VOLKSBANK SELIGENSTADT E. G.HAINBURGVOELDE51

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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