SWIFT Codes for banks in Germany - Page 158

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
7851VR BANK LAUSITZ EGCOTTBUSGENODEF1FWA
7852VR BANK LEIPZIGER LAND EGBORNAGENODEF1BOA
7853VR BANK MAIN-KINZIG-BUEDINGEN EGBUEDINGENGENODEF1LSR
7854VR BANK MAIN-KINZIG-BUEDINGEN EGLINSENGERICHTGENODEF1LSX
7855VR BANK MECKLENBURG EGSCHWERINGENODEF1GUE
7856VR BANK METROPOLREGION NUERNBERG EGNEUSTADT AN DER AISCHGENODEF1NEA
7857VR BANK MITTELHAARDT EGBAD DUERKHEIMGENODE61DUW
7858VR BANK MITTELHAARDT EGWACHENHEIM AN DER WEINSTRASSEGENODE61DUY
7859VR BANK MITTELHAARDT EGWACHENHEIM AN DER WEINSTRASSEMITEDE51
7860VR BANK MITTLERE OBERPFALZBURGLENGENFELDGENODEF1BLF
7861VR BANK MITTLERE OBERPFALZ EGNABBURGGENODEF1SWD
7862VR BANK MITTLERE OBERPFALZ EGTEUBLITZBUREDE71
7863VR BANK MUENCHEN LAND EGDEISENHOFENGENODEF1OHC
7864VR BANK NEUBURG-RAIN EGNEUBURG AN DER DONAUGENODEF1ND2
7865VR BANK NEUMUENSTER EGBAD SEGEBERGGENODEF1NMY
7866VR BANK NEUMUENSTER EGNEUMUENSTERGENODEF1NMS
7867VR BANK NIEDERBAYERN-OBERPFALZ EGREGENSBURGGENODEF1P18
7868VR BANK NORD EGNIEBUELLGENODEF1BDS
7869VR BANK NORD EGSCHLESWIGGENODEF1RSL
7870VR BANK OBERFRANKEN MITTEKULMBACHGENODEF1KU1
7871VR BANK OLDENBURG LAND EGWILDESHAUSENGENODEF1HAT
7872VR BANK OLDENBURG LAND EGWILDESHAUSENGENODEF1VAG
7873VR BANK OSTHOLSTEIN NORD - PLON EGLENSAHNOSNPDE81
7874VR BANK PINNEBERG EGQUICKBORNGENODEF1QUB
7875VR BANK RAVENSBURG-WEINGARTEN EGRAVENSBURGGENODES1RRV
7876VR BANK RHEIN-MOSEL EGNEUWIEDGENODED1NWD
7877VR BANK RHEIN-MOSEL EGOCHTENDUNGGENODED1MPO
7878VR BANK RHEIN-MOSEL EGPLAIDTGENODED1MPY
7879VR BANK RHEIN-NAHE EGINGELHEIM AM RHEINGENODE51ING
7880VR BANK RHEIN-NECKAR EGLUDWIGSHAFEN AM RHEINGENODE61MAZ
7881VR BANK RHEIN-NECKAR EGMANNHEIMMANNHEIMGENODE61MA2
7882VR BANK RHEINAHREIFEL EGKOBLENZGENODED1BNA
7883VR BANK RIED-UEBERWALD EGBUERSTADTGENODE51RBU
7884VR BANK RIEDLINGEN-FEDERSEE EGRIEDLINGENGENODES1VRR
7885VR BANK RIEDLINGEN-FEDERSEE EGRIEDLINGENGENODES1VRY
7886VR BANK ROSENHEIM-CHIEMSEE EGROSENHEIMGENODEF1ROR
7887VR BANK SAARPFALZ EGHOMBURGGENODE51MBT
7888VR BANK SCHLESWIG-MITTELHOLSTEIN EGSCHLESWIGGENODEF1NTO
7889VR BANK SCHLESWIG-MITTELHOLSTEIN EGSCHLESWIGGENODEF1SLW
7890VR BANK SCHLESWIG-MITTELHOLSTEIN EGSCHLESWIGSVVRDE21
7891VR BANK SCHLUECHTERN-BIRSTEIN EGBIRSTEINGENODE51SLY
7892VR BANK SCHWAEBISCH HALL-CRAILSHEIMILSHOFENGENODES1SHY
7893VR BANK SCHWAEBISCH HALL-CRAILSHEIM EGCRAILSHEIMSCHHDE51
7894VR BANK SCHWAEBISCHER WALD EGWELZHEIMGENODES1WEL
7895VR BANK STEINLACH-WIESAZ-HAERTEN EGKUSTERDINGENGENODES1RHK
7896VR BANK SUEDLICHE WEINSTRASSE EGINSHEIMGENODE61BZY
7897VR BANK SUEDLICHE WEINSTRASSE-WASGAU EGBAD BERGZABERNGENODE61BZA
7898VR BANK SUEDPFALZ EGLANDAU IN DER PFALZGENODE61SUW
7899VR BANK SUEDPFALZ EGRUELZHEIMGENODE61SUY
7900VR BANK SUEDPFALZ EGRUELZHEIMGENODE61SUX

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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