Germany Bank SWIFT Code - Page 78

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
3851MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFPMS7
3852MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFPMS8
3853MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFPMS9
3854MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFPMSI
3855MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFPMUM
3856MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFPPAR
3857MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFPPBA
3858MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFPPBS
3859MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFPSWP
3860MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFPTAX
3861MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFX220
3862MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXCAY
3863MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXCND
3864MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXCNV
3865MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXCOR
3866MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXCPN
3867MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXCSH
3868MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXEFD
3869MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXEQU
3870MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXEQY
3871MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXFID
3872MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXFO2
3873MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXFXO
3874MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXGCP
3875MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXIPB
3876MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXISL
3877MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXLMT
3878MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXLS2
3879MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXLXC
3880MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXMUM
3881MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXPBA
3882MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXPBS
3883MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXSWP
3884MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMSFFDEFXTAX
3885MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMorgan Stanley BankMSFFDEFP
3886MORGAN STANLEY BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINMorgan Stanley BankMSFFDEFX
3887MORGAN STANLEY EUROPE SEFRANKFURT AM MAINMSSEDEFBAMS
3888MORGAN STANLEY EUROPE SEFRANKFURT AM MAINMSSEDEFBCNV
3889MORGAN STANLEY EUROPE SEFRANKFURT AM MAINMSSEDEFBCOR
3890MORGAN STANLEY EUROPE SEFRANKFURT AM MAINMSSEDEFBCPN
3891MORGAN STANLEY EUROPE SEFRANKFURT AM MAINMSSEDEFBCSH
3892MORGAN STANLEY EUROPE SEFRANKFURT AM MAINMSSEDEFBEFD
3893MORGAN STANLEY EUROPE SEFRANKFURT AM MAINMSSEDEFBEQU
3894MORGAN STANLEY EUROPE SEFRANKFURT AM MAINMSSEDEFBEQY
3895MORGAN STANLEY EUROPE SEFRANKFURT AM MAINMSSEDEFBFID
3896MORGAN STANLEY EUROPE SEFRANKFURT AM MAINMSSEDEFBFO2
3897MORGAN STANLEY EUROPE SEFRANKFURT AM MAINMSSEDEFBIPB
3898MORGAN STANLEY EUROPE SEFRANKFURT AM MAINMSSEDEFBISL
3899MORGAN STANLEY EUROPE SEFRANKFURT AM MAINMSSEDEFBLMT
3900MORGAN STANLEY EUROPE SEFRANKFURT AM MAINMSSEDEFBLS2

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.