SWIFT Codes for banks in Netherlands - Page 4

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Netherlands. 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
151DE LAGE LANDEN INTERNATIONAL B.VEINDHOVENDLLINL2E
152DE VOLKSBANK N.V.S-HERTOGENBOSCH(SECURITIES)SNSBNL2ABOS
153DE VOLKSBANK N.V.UTRECHTSNSBNL2A
154DE VOLKSBANK N.V.UTRECHT(FINANCIAL MARKETS)SNSBNL2ASFM
155DEMIR-HALK BANK (NEDERLAND) N.V.ROTTERDAMDHBNNL2R
156DEMIR-HALK BANK (NEDERLAND) N.V.ROTTERDAMDHBNNL2RCOL
157DEPOSITO GARANTIE FONDSAMSTERDAMDGFANL2A
158DEUTSCHE BANK AGAMSTERDAMDEUTNL2A
159DEUTSCHE BANK AGAMSTERDAM(AQUARIUS)DEUTNL2AABF
160DEUTSCHE BANK AGAMSTERDAM(DNB CODE)DEUTNL2A002
161DEUTSCHE BANK AGAMSTERDAM(ESESCODE)DEUTNL2ASSS
162DEUTSCHE BANK AGAMSTERDAM(SECURITIES)DEUTNL2ASEC
163DEUTSCHE BANK AG (FORMERLY DEUTSCHE BANK NEDERLAND N.V.)AMSTERDAMDEUTNL2N
164DIF MANAGEMENT B.V.SCHIPHOLDIFMNL2A
165DUTCH MINISTRY OF FINANCEDEN HAAGMIFINL2G
166DUTCH STATE TREASURY AGENCYDEN HAAGDSTANL2A
167DUTCH STATE TREASURY AGENCYDEN HAAG(COLLATERAL)DSTANL2ACCP
168EBURY PARTNERS BELGIUMAMSTERDAMEBPBNL22
169EBURY PARTNERS UK LIMITEDAMSTERDAMEBURNL2A
170EMCF NVAMSTERDAMEMCFNLKC
171EMCF NVAMSTERDAMEMCFNLKD
172ENDEMOL SHINE OPCO HOLDING BVAMSTERDAMESGRNL2A
173ENEL FINANCE INTERNATIONAL N.V.AMSTERDAMENELNL2A
174EQUENSWORLDLINE SEUTRECHTINNDNL2UDDE
175EQUENSWORLDLINE SEUTRECHTINNDNL2UEBA
176EQUENSWORLDLINE SEUTRECHTINNDNL2UEQU
177EQUENSWORLDLINE SEUTRECHTINNDNL2URAB
178EQUENSWORLDLINE SEUTRECHTINNDNL2U
179EQUENSWORLDLINE SEUTRECHT(INSTANT PAYMENTS)INNDNL2UIPC
180EUROCLEAR NEDERLAND (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS NECIGEF)AMSTERDAMNECINL2A320
181EUROCLEAR NEDERLAND (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS NECIGEF)AMSTERDAMNECINL2A
182EUROCLEAR NEDERLAND (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS NECIGEF)AMSTERDAM(FIT ENL)NECINL2AFEN
183EUROCLEAR NEDERLAND (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS NECIGEF)AMSTERDAM(SRS)NECINL2AEII
184EUROCLEAR NEDERLAND (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS NECIGEF)AMSTERDAM(TARGET 2)NECINL2A206
185EUROCLEAR NEDERLAND (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS NECIGEF)AMSTERDAM(TARGET 2)NECINL2A207
186EUROCLEAR NEDERLAND (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS NECIGEF)AMSTERDAM(TARGET 2)NECINL2A730
187EUROCLEAR NEDERLAND (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS NECIGEF)AMSTERDAM(TARGET 2)NECINL2A775
188EUROCLEAR NEDERLAND (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS NECIGEF)AMSTERDAM(TARGET 2)NECINL2A777
189EUROPEAN CENTRAL COUNTERPARTY N.V.AMSTERDAMEMCFNL22
190EUROPEAN CENTRAL COUNTERPARTY N.V.AMSTERDAMEMCFNL2A
191EUROPEAN CENTRAL COUNTERPARTY N.V.AMSTERDAMEMCFNL2AAGN
192EUROPEAN CENTRAL COUNTERPARTY N.V.AMSTERDAMEMCFNL2ACLF
193EUROPEAN CENTRAL COUNTERPARTY N.V.AMSTERDAMEMCFNL2ACOL
194EUROPEAN CENTRAL COUNTERPARTY N.V.AMSTERDAMEMCFNL2ACAP
195EUROPEAN CENTRAL COUNTERPARTY N.V.AMSTERDAMEMCFNL2AEUI
196EUROPEAN CENTRAL COUNTERPARTY N.V.AMSTERDAMEMCFNL2ASEA
197EUROPEAN CENTRAL COUNTERPARTY N.V.AMSTERDAMEMCFNL2ASPR
198EUROPEAN MULTILATERAL CLEARING FACILITY (EMCF) NVAMSTERDAMEMCFNLKE
199EUROPEAN MULTILATERAL CLEARING FACILITY (EMCF) NVAMSTERDAMEMCFNLKF
200FCC SECURITIES B.V.AMSTERDAMFCCSNL2A

Last Database Update : 01-OCT-2020

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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.

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