Germany Bank SWIFT Code - Page 52

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Germany. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. The passive participant’s codes are excluded from the list.


IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
2551DEUTSCHE BANK AGDRESDENDeutsche Bank DresdenDEUTDE8C870
2552DEUTSCHE BANK AGDUELMENDeutsche Bank DuelmenDEUTDE3B441
2553DEUTSCHE BANK AGDUERENDeutsche Bank DuerenDEUTDEDK395
2554DEUTSCHE BANK AGDUISBURGDeutsche Bank DuisburgDEUTDEDE350
2555DEUTSCHE BANK AGDUSSELDORFDeutsche Bank DuesseldorfDEUTDEDD
2556DEUTSCHE BANK AGEBERSWALDE-FINOWDeutsche Bank EberswaldeDEUTDEBB173
2557DEUTSCHE BANK AGEILENBURGDeutsche Bank EilenburgDEUTDE8L869
2558DEUTSCHE BANK AGEINBECKDeutsche Bank EinbeckDEUTDE2H262
2559DEUTSCHE BANK AGEISENACHDeutsche Bank EisenachDEUTDE8E843
2560DEUTSCHE BANK AGEISENBERGDeutsche Bank EisenbergDEUTDE8E832
2561DEUTSCHE BANK AGEISENHUETTENSTADTDeutsche Bank EisenhuettenstDEUTDEBB174
2562DEUTSCHE BANK AGEISLEBENDeutsche Bank EislebenDEUTDE8L870
2563DEUTSCHE BANK AGEISLINGENDeutsche Bank Eislingen FilDEUTDESS627
2564DEUTSCHE BANK AGEITORFDeutsche Bank EitorfDEUTDEDK353
2565DEUTSCHE BANK AGELLWANGENDeutsche Bank Ellwangen JagDEUTDESS638
2566DEUTSCHE BANK AGELMSHORNDeutsche Bank ElmshornDEUTDEHH221
2567DEUTSCHE BANK AGELTVILLEDeutsche Bank EltvilleDEUTDEFF512
2568DEUTSCHE BANK AGEMDENDeutsche Bank EmdenDEUTDEHB284
2569DEUTSCHE BANK AGEMMENDINGENDeutsche Bank EmmendingenDEUTDE6F681
2570DEUTSCHE BANK AGEMMERICH AM RHEINDeutsche Bank EmmerichDEUTDEDD326
2571DEUTSCHE BANK AGEMSDETTENDeutsche Bank EmsdettenDEUTDE3B406
2572DEUTSCHE BANK AGENGELSKIRCHENDeutsche Bank EngelskirchenDEUTDEDW388
2573DEUTSCHE BANK AGENNEPETALDeutsche Bank EnnepetalDEUTDEDW331
2574DEUTSCHE BANK AGERDINGDeutsche Bank ErdingDEUTDEMM712
2575DEUTSCHE BANK AGERFURTDeutsche Bank ErfurtDEUTDE8E
2576DEUTSCHE BANK AGERKELENZDeutsche Bank ErkelenzDEUTDEDD319
2577DEUTSCHE BANK AGERKRATHDeutsche Bank ErkrathDEUTDEDD306
2578DEUTSCHE BANK AGERLANGENDeutsche Bank ErlangenDEUTDEMM763
2579DEUTSCHE BANK AGESCHWEGEDeutsche Bank EschwegeDEUTDEFF522
2580DEUTSCHE BANK AGESCHWEILERDeutsche Bank Eschweiler RhDEUTDEDK391
2581DEUTSCHE BANK AGESPELKAMPDeutsche Bank EspelkampDEUTDE3B493
2582DEUTSCHE BANK AGESSENDeutsche Bank EssenDEUTDEDE
2583DEUTSCHE BANK AGESSLINGENDeutsche Bank EsslingenDEUTDESS611
2584DEUTSCHE BANK AGETTLINGENDeutsche Bank EttlingenDEUTDESM664
2585DEUTSCHE BANK AGEUSKIRCHENDeutsche Bank EuskirchenDEUTDEDK354
2586DEUTSCHE BANK AGFALKENSEEDeutsche Bank FalkenseeDEUTDEBB162
2587DEUTSCHE BANK AGFELLBACHDEUTDESS607
2588DEUTSCHE BANK AGFINSTERWALDEDeutsche Bank FinsterwaldeDEUTDEBB182
2589DEUTSCHE BANK AGFLENSBURGDeutsche Bank FlensburgDEUTDEHH215
2590DEUTSCHE BANK AGFORCHHEIMDeutsche Bank Forchheim OfrDEUTDEMM768
2591DEUTSCHE BANK AGFORSTDeutsche Bank ForstDEUTDEBB181
2592DEUTSCHE BANK AGFRANKENBERGDeutsche Bank FrankenbergDEUTDE8C878
2593DEUTSCHE BANK AGFRANKENTHAL (PFALZ)Deutsche Bank FrankenthalDEUTDESM544
2594DEUTSCHE BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDEUTDEFF003
2595DEUTSCHE BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDEUTDEFF012
2596DEUTSCHE BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDEUTDEFF024
2597DEUTSCHE BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDEUTDEFF077
2598DEUTSCHE BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDEUTDEFF178
2599DEUTSCHE BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDEUTDEFF277
2600DEUTSCHE BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDEUTDEFF288

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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Swift Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and it is unique identification code for a particular bank. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also used the codes for exchanging other messages between them.

The Swift code consists of 8 or 11 characters. When 8-digits code is given, it refers to the primary office. The registrations of Swift Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium.

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