SWIFT Codes for banks in Germany - Page 81

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
4001OLDENBURGISCHE LANDESBANK AGOLDENBURGOLB, OldenburgFORTDEH4
4002OLDENBURGISCHE LANDESBANK AGOSNABRUECKOldb Landesbank OsnabrueckOLBODEH2265
4003OLDENBURGISCHE LANDESBANK AGPAPENBURGOldb Landesbank PapenburgOLBODEH2287
4004OLDENBURGISCHE LANDESBANK AGQUAKENBRUECKOldb Landesbank QuakenbrueckOLBODEH2219
4005OLDENBURGISCHE LANDESBANK AGRASTEDEOldb Landesbank RastedeOLBODEH2220
4006OLDENBURGISCHE LANDESBANK AGSYKEOldb Landesbank SykeOLBODEH2231
4007OLDENBURGISCHE LANDESBANK AGVARELOldb Landesbank VarelOLBODEH2288
4008OLDENBURGISCHE LANDESBANK AGVECHTAOldb Landesbank VechtaOLBODEH2290
4009OLDENBURGISCHE LANDESBANK AGWESTERSTEDEOldb Landesbank WesterstedeOLBODEH2224
4010OLDENBURGISCHE LANDESBANK AGWILDESHAUSENOldb Ldbank WildeshausenOLBODEH2225
4011OLDENBURGISCHE LANDESBANK AGWILHELMSHAVENOldb Ldbank WilhelmshavenOLBODEH2282
4012OPEL AUTOMOBILE GMBHRUESSELSHEIMOPEADE5R
4013OPPENHEIM,SAL.,JR. UND CIEFRANKFURT AM MAINOppenheim, Sal - jr and CieSOPPDEFF
4014ORSAY GMBHWILLSTATTORSGDE6W
4015OSRAM GMBHMUENCHENOSRMDEMM
4016OTP BANK NYRT. ZWEIGNIEDERLASSUNG DEUTSCHLANDESCHBORNOTPVDEFF
4017OYAK ANKER BANK GMBHFRANKFURT AM MAINOyak Anker BankOYAKDE5K
4018OZV GMBH AND CO.KGWUERSELENOZVCDEFF
4019PAUL HARTMANN AGHEIDENHEIM AN DER BRENZPAHRDE6H
4020PAYMENTGROUP GMBHDREIEICHPAYMDE5F
4021PERI GMBHWEISSENHORNPERIDE8W
4022PETER CREMER HOLDING GMBH AND CO. KGHAMBURGPCRHDEHH
4023PFLEIDERER DEUTSCHLAND GMBHNEUMARKTPFDGDE8N
4024PHOENIX INTERNATIONAL BETEILIGUNGS GMBHMANNHEIMPHNXDE66
4025PICTET AND CIE (EUROPE) S.A. NIEDERLASSUNG DEUTSCHLANDFRANKFURT AM MAINPictet and Cie Europe FfmPICTDEFF
4026PIRAEUS BANK SA (FRANKFURT BRANCH),EX AGRICULTURALBANK OF GREECE SAFRANKFURT AM MAINPiraeus Bank FrankfurtABGRDEFF
4027PKO BANK POLSKI S.A. NIEDERLASSUNG DEUTSCHLANDFRANKFURT AM MAINPKO Bank Polski FrankfurtBPKODEFF
4028PORTIGON AGDUSSELDORFPORTDEDDSEC
4029PORTIGON AGDUSSELDORFPortigon DuesseldorfPORTDEDD
4030PRETTL PRODUKTIONS HOLDING GMBHPFULLINGENPPHODE22
4031PROCREDIT BANK AGFRANKFURT AM MAINProCredit Bank, FrankfurtPRCBDEFF
4032PROGRESS-WERK OBERKIRCH AGOBERKIRCHPRGKDE66
4033PSA BANK DEUTSCHLAND GMBHNEU-ISENBURGPSA Bank Neu-IsenburgBPNDDE52
4034PUMA SEHERZOGENAURACHPUMADE77
4035PUTSCH GMBH AND CO KGSTUTTGARTRECHDESS
4036PUTZMEISTER HOLDING GMBHAICHTALPUTZDE6A
4037QUIRIN BANK AGBERLINQUBKDEBB144
4038QUIRIN BANK AGBERLINQUBKDEBB253
4039QUIRIN BANK AGBERLINQUBKDEBB254
4040QUIRIN BANK AGBERLINQUBKDEBB255
4041QUIRIN BANK AGBERLINQUBKDEBB256
4042QUIRIN BANK AGBERLINQUBKDEBBDOT
4043QUIRIN BANK AGBERLIN(FINANCE)QUBKDEBB107
4044QUIRIN BANK AGBERLINQuirin Privatbank BerlinQUBKDEBB
4045QUONIAM ASSET MANAGEMENT GMBHFRANKFURT AM MAINQANTDEFF
4046RABOBANK FRANKFURTFRANKFURT AM MAIN(DIRECT BANKING)RABODEFFDIR
4047RABOBANK FRANKFURTFRANKFURT AM MAIN(RABO DIRECT DE)RABODEFFCOS
4048RABOBANK FRANKFURTFRANKFURT AM MAIN(TARGET2)RABODEFFTAR
4049RABOBANK FRANKFURTFRANKFURT AM MAINRabobank International CMSRABODEFF
4050RAIFFEISENLANDESBANK OBEROESTERREICH AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT ZWEIGNIEDERLASSUNG SUEDDEUTSCHLANDMUENCHENRLB OOe Zndl SueddeutschlandRZOODE77

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.