Germany Bank SWIFT Code - Page 8

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
351CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT16
352CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT17
353CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT18
354CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT19
355CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT20
356CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT21
357CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT22
358CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT23
359CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT24
360CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT25
361CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT26
362CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT27
363CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT28
364CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT29
365CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT2A
366CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT30
367CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT31
368CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT32
369CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT33
370CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT34
371CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT35
372CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT36
373CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT37
374CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT38
375CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT39
376CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT40
377CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT41
378CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT42
379CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT43
380CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT44
381CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT45
382CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT46
383CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT47
384CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT48
385CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT49
386CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT50
387CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT51
388CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT52
389CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT53
390CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT54
391CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT55
392CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT56
393CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT57
394CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT58
395CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT59
396CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT60
397CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT61
398CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT62
399CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT63
400CLEARSTREAM BANKING AGFRANKFURT AM MAINDAKVDEFFT64

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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