Germany Bank SWIFT Code - Page 19

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
901COMMERZBANK AGRUDOLSTADTCommerzbank RudolstadtCOBADEFF835
902COMMERZBANK AGRUEDESHEIMCommerzbank Ruedesheim RhCOBADEFF248
903COMMERZBANK AGRUESSELSHEIMCommerzbank RuesselsheimCOBADEFF502
904COMMERZBANK AGSAARBRUECKENCommerzbank SaarbrueckenCOBADEFF590
905COMMERZBANK AGSAARBURGCommerzbank Saarburg SaarCOBADEFF586
906COMMERZBANK AGSALZGITTERCommerzbank SalzgitterCOBADEFF276
907COMMERZBANK AGSALZWEDELCommerzbank SalzwedelCOBADEFF328
908COMMERZBANK AGSANKT WENDELCommerzbank Sankt WendelCOBADEFF595
909COMMERZBANK AGSARSTEDTCommerzbank SarstedtCOBADEFF138
910COMMERZBANK AGSCHLESWIGCommerzbank SchleswigCOBADEFF216
911COMMERZBANK AGSCHMALKALDENCOBADEFF807
912COMMERZBANK AGSCHNEVERDINGENCommerzbank SchneverdingenCOBADEFF239
913COMMERZBANK AGSCHOENEBECKCommerzbank Schoenebeck ElbeCOBADEFF809
914COMMERZBANK AGSCHORNDORFCommerzbank Schorndorf WuerCOBADEFF616
915COMMERZBANK AGSCHWABACHCommerzbankCOBADEFF764
916COMMERZBANK AGSCHWAEBISCH GMUENDCommerzbank Schwaeb GmuendCOBADEFF613
917COMMERZBANK AGSCHWAEBISCH HALL(SH F-S48)COBADEFF966
918COMMERZBANK AGSCHWALBACHCOBADEFF010
919COMMERZBANK AGSCHWEDTCommerzbank SchwedtCOBADEFF173
920COMMERZBANK AGSCHWEINFURTCommerzbank SchweinfurtCOBADEFF793
921COMMERZBANK AGSCHWELMCommerzbank SchwelmCOBADEFF335
922COMMERZBANK AGSCHWERINCommerzbank SchwerinCOBADEFF140
923COMMERZBANK AGSCHWERTECommerzbank SchwerteCOBADEFF444
924COMMERZBANK AGSCHWETZINGENCommerzbank SchwetzingenCOBADEFF673
925COMMERZBANK AGSIEGBURGCommerzbank SiegburgCOBADEFF386
926COMMERZBANK AGSIEGENCommerzbank Siegen WestfCOBADEFF460
927COMMERZBANK AGSIGMARINGENCommerzbank SigmaringenCOBADEFF652
928COMMERZBANK AGSINDELFINGENCommerzbank SindelfingenCOBADEFF606
929COMMERZBANK AGSINGENCommerzbank Singen HohentwCOBADEFF692
930COMMERZBANK AGSINSHEIMCommerzbank Sinsheim ElsenzCOBADEFF677
931COMMERZBANK AGSOESTCommerzbank Soest WestfCOBADEFF414
932COMMERZBANK AGSOLINGENCommerzbank SolingenCOBADEFF342
933COMMERZBANK AGSONNEBERGCommerzbank Sonneberg ThuerCOBADEFF784
934COMMERZBANK AGSPEYERCommerzbank SpeyerCOBADEFF547
935COMMERZBANK AGSPROCKHOEVELCommerzbank SprockhoevelCOBADEFF434
936COMMERZBANK AGSTADECommerzbank StadeCOBADEFF209
937COMMERZBANK AGSTADTALLENDORFCommerzbank StadtallendorfCOBADEFF534
938COMMERZBANK AGSTEINHAGENCommerzbank Steinhagen WestCOBADEFF481
939COMMERZBANK AGSTOLBERGCommerzbank Stolberg RheinlCOBADEFF393
940COMMERZBANK AGSTRALSUNDCommerzbank StralsundCOBADEFF152
941COMMERZBANK AGSTRAUBINGCommerzbank StraubingCOBADEFF742
942COMMERZBANK AGSTUTTGART(CASH COLLECTION)COBADEFF096
943COMMERZBANK AGSTUTTGART(CASH COLLECTION)COBADEFF097
944COMMERZBANK AGSTUTTGART(ZW.01)COBADEFF599
945COMMERZBANK AGSTUTTGARTCommerzbank StuttgartCOBADEFF600
946COMMERZBANK AGSUHLCommerzbankCOBADEFF832
947COMMERZBANK AGTELTOWCommerzbank TeltowCOBADEFF158
948COMMERZBANK AGTIRSCHENREUTHCommerzbank TirschenreuthCOBADEFF755
949COMMERZBANK AGTRIERCommerzbank TrierCOBADEFF585
950COMMERZBANK AGTROISDORFCommerzbank TroisdorfCOBADEFF372

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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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.