SWIFT Codes for banks in Germany - Page 20

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
951COMMERZBANK AGTROSSINGEN(TR F-T48)COBADEFF967
952COMMERZBANK AGTUEBINGENCommerzbank TuebingenCOBADEFF641
953COMMERZBANK AGTUTTLINGENCommerzbank TuttlingenCOBADEFF643
954COMMERZBANK AGUELZENCommerzbank UelzenCOBADEFF249
955COMMERZBANK AGUETERSENCommerzbank UetersenCOBADEFF223
956COMMERZBANK AGULMCommerzbank Ulm DonauCOBADEFF630
957COMMERZBANK AGUNNACommerzbank UnnaCOBADEFF443
958COMMERZBANK AGVARELCommerzbank Varel FrieslCOBADEFF288
959COMMERZBANK AGVECHTACommerzbank VechtaCOBADEFF281
960COMMERZBANK AGVELBERT(LANGENBERG)COBADEFF337
961COMMERZBANK AGVELBERTCommerzbank VelbertCOBADEFF334
962COMMERZBANK AGVERDENCommerzbank VerdenCOBADEFF291
963COMMERZBANK AGVERSMOLDCommerzbank VersmoldCOBADEFF479
964COMMERZBANK AGVIERSENCommerzbank ViersenCOBADEFF314
965COMMERZBANK AGVILLINGEN-SCHWENNINGEN(CASH COLLECTION)COBADEFF108
966COMMERZBANK AGVILLINGEN-SCHWENNINGENCommerzbank Villingen-SchwCOBADEFF694
967COMMERZBANK AGWAHLSTEDTCommerzbank WahlstedtCOBADEFF227
968COMMERZBANK AGWALDKRAIBURGCommerzbank WaldkraiburgCOBADEFF712
969COMMERZBANK AGWALSRODECommerzbank WalsrodeCOBADEFF261
970COMMERZBANK AGWARBURGCommerzbank Warburg WestfCOBADEFF523
971COMMERZBANK AGWARNEMUENDECOBADEFF129
972COMMERZBANK AGWEDELCommerzbank Wedel HolstCOBADEFF204
973COMMERZBANK AGWEIDEN IN DER OBERPFALZCommerzbank Weiden OberpfCOBADEFF753
974COMMERZBANK AGWEILCommerzbank Weil RheinCOBADEFF679
975COMMERZBANK AGWEIMARCommerzbank WeimarCOBADEFF822
976COMMERZBANK AGWEINHEIMCommerzbank Weinheim BergstCOBADEFF671
977COMMERZBANK AGWERDOHLCommerzbank WerdohlCOBADEFF449
978COMMERZBANK AGWERMELSKIRCHENCommerzbank WermelskirchenCOBADEFF341
979COMMERZBANK AGWERNIGERODECommerzbank WernigerodeCOBADEFF816
980COMMERZBANK AGWERTHEIM AM MAINCommerzbank WertheimCOBADEFF792
981COMMERZBANK AGWESELCommerzbank WeselCOBADEFF356
982COMMERZBANK AGWESSELINGCommerzbank Wesseling RheinCOBADEFF371
983COMMERZBANK AGWESTERLAND (SYLT)Commerzbank WesterlandCOBADEFF220
984COMMERZBANK AGWETZLARCommerzbank WetzlarCOBADEFF515
985COMMERZBANK AGWIEHLCommerzbank WiehlCOBADEFF379
986COMMERZBANK AGWIESBADENCommerzbank WiesbadenCOBADEFF510
987COMMERZBANK AGWIESLOCHCommerzbank WieslochCOBADEFF678
988COMMERZBANK AGWILDESHAUSENCommerzbank WildeshausenCOBADEFF302
989COMMERZBANK AGWILHELMSHAVENCommerzbank WilhelmshavenCOBADEFF282
990COMMERZBANK AGWINSEN (LUHE)Commerzbank Winsen LuheCOBADEFF198
991COMMERZBANK AGWIPPERFUERTHCommerzbank WipperfuerthCOBADEFF344
992COMMERZBANK AGWISMARCommerzbank WismarCOBADEFF131
993COMMERZBANK AGWISSENCommerzbank Wissen SiegCOBADEFF464
994COMMERZBANK AGWITTENCommerzbank WittenCOBADEFF452
995COMMERZBANK AGWITTENBERGECommerzbank WittenbergeCOBADEFF166
996COMMERZBANK AGWOLFSBURGCommerzbank WolfsburgCOBADEFF269
997COMMERZBANK AGWORMSCommerzbank WormsCOBADEFF553
998COMMERZBANK AGWUERZBURGCommerzbank WuerzburgCOBADEFF790
999COMMERZBANK AGWUPPERTAL(BARMEN)COBADEFF336
1000COMMERZBANK AGWUPPERTALCommerzbank WuppertalCOBADEFF330

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.