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What is a SWIFT Code?

Swift code or also commonly known as BIC Code is a standard format to uniquely identify a bank, financial institution and non-financial institution. This standard approved by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). BIC stands for Business Identifier Codes.

The codes are widely used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers or telegraphic transfer. Other uses include to transmit messages between financial institutions and banks.

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The Swift code can be either 8 or 11 characters long, and 8 digits code refers to the primary office. The code consists of 4 separate section, and the format arrange in the following manner;

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • The first 4 characters ("AAAA") specify the institution. Only letters.
  • The next 2 characters ("BB") specify the country where the instituions located. The code follows the format of ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code.
  • The next 2 characters ("CC") specify the instiution's location. Can be letters and digits. Passive participants will have "1" in the second character,
  • The last 3 characters ("DDD") specify the institution's branch. This section is an optional. A 'XXX' refers to a primary office. Can be letters and digits.


Germany Bank SWIFT Codes - Page 105

Germany The table below are the list of Swift Codes for all banks and institutions in Germany. Click on the Swift Code to find out the bank or institution details, address & maps.

No Bank or Institution City Branch SWIFT Code
5201 RAIFFEISENBANK FLOSS EG FLOSS GENODEF1FLS
5202 RAIFFEISENBANK FRAENKISCHES WEINLAND EG NORDHEIM GENODEF1ERN
5203 RAIFFEISENBANK FRANKENHARDT-STIMPFACH EG STIMPFACH GENODES1RFS
5204 RAIFFEISENBANK FRANKENWINHEIM UND UMGEBUNG EG FRANKENWINHEIM GENODEF1FWH
5205 RAIFFEISENBANK FRAUENSTEIN EG WIESBADEN-FRAUENSTEIN GENODE51WNT
5206 RAIFFEISENBANK FRECHEN-HUERTH HUERTH GENODED1FHH
5207 RAIFFEISENBANK FRECHEN-HUERTH EG SINDORF GENODED1FHY
5208 RAIFFEISENBANK FREINSHEIM EG FREINSHEIM GENODE61FSH
5209 RAIFFEISENBANK FRICKENHOFEN GSCHWEND RAFIDE61
5210 RAIFFEISENBANK FRIEDELSHEIM-ROEDERSHEIM EG FRIEDELSHEIM GENODE61FHR
5211 RAIFFEISENBANK FUCHSTAL-DENKLINGEN EG DENKLINGEN GENODEF1FCY
5212 RAIFFEISENBANK FUCHSTAL-DENKLINGEN EG FUCHSTAL-LEEDER GENODEF1FCH
5213 RAIFFEISENBANK FUESSEN-PFRONTEN-NESSELWANG EG FUESSEN GENODEF1FPN
5214 RAIFFEISENBANK GAIMERSHEIM-BUXHEIM EG GAIMERSHEIM GENODEF1GAH
5215 RAIFFEISENBANK GAMMESFELD EG BLAUFELDEN-GAMMESFELD GENODES1RGF
5216 RAIFFEISENBANK GARREL EG GARREL GENODEF1GRR
5217 RAIFFEISENBANK GARREL EG GARREL GENODEF1GRY
5218 RAIFFEISENBANK GARTETAL EG GLEICHEN GENODEF1GLE
5219 RAIFFEISENBANK GEFREES EG GEFREES GENODEF1GFS
5220 RAIFFEISENBANK GEFREES EG WEISSENSTADT GENODEF1GFY
5221 RAIFFEISENBANK GEISELHOERING-PFAFFENBERG EG GEISELHOERING GENODEF1GPF
5222 RAIFFEISENBANK GEISELHOERING-PFAFFENBERG EG MALLERSDORF-PFAFFENBERG GENODEF1GPY
5223 RAIFFEISENBANK GEISELHORING- PFAFFENBERG EG MALLERSDORF-PFAFFENBERG RAGPDE71
5224 RAIFFEISENBANK GEISENHAUSEN EG GEISENHAUSEN GENODEF1GSH
5225 RAIFFEISENBANK GEISENHAUSEN EG LANDSHUT GENODEF1GSZ
5226 RAIFFEISENBANK GEISLINGEN-ROSENFELD EG GEISLINGEN GENODES1GEI
5227 RAIFFEISENBANK GEROLSBACH EG GEROLSBACH GENODEF1GSB
5228 RAIFFEISENBANK GERZEN-AHAM EG GERZEN GENODEF1GZA
5229 RAIFFEISENBANK GILCHING EG GILCHING GENODEF1GIL
5230 RAIFFEISENBANK GMUND AM TEGERNSEE EG GMUND GENODEF1GMU
5231 RAIFFEISENBANK GOESSWEINSTEIN-OBERTRUBACH-BIE GOESSWEINSTEIN GENODEF1GWE
5232 RAIFFEISENBANK GOTHA EG GOTHA GENODEF1GTH
5233 RAIFFEISENBANK GRAFENWOEHR-KIRCHENTHUMBACH EG GRAFENWOEHR GENODEF1GRW
5234 RAIFFEISENBANK GRAFSCHAFT-WACHTBERG EG GRAFSCHAFT RAGFDE81
5235 RAIFFEISENBANK GRAFSCHAFT-WACHTBERG EG GRAFSCHAFT-OEVERICH GENODED1GRO
5236 RAIFFEISENBANK GRAFSCHAFT-WACHTBERG EG WACHTBERG BERKUM RAGADE31
5237 RAIFFEISENBANK GRAINET EG GRAINET GENODEF1GRT
5238 RAIFFEISENBANK GREDING-THALMAESSING EG GREDING GENODEF1GDG
5239 RAIFFEISENBANK GREVENBROICH GREVENBROICH GENODED1GRB
5240 RAIFFEISENBANK GRIESSTAETT-HALFING EG GRIESSTAETT GENODEF1HFY
5241 RAIFFEISENBANK GRIESSTAETT-HALFING EG HALFING GENODEF1HFG
5242 RAIFFEISENBANK GRIMMA EG GRIMMA GENODEF1GMR
5243 RAIFFEISENBANK GROSS-ROHRHEIM EG GROSS-ROHRHEIM GENODE51GRM
5244 RAIFFEISENBANK GROSSAITINGEN-WEHRINGEN EG GROSSAITINGEN GENODEF1GSW
5245 RAIFFEISENBANK GROSSHAB.-ROSSTAL EG ROSSTAL GENODEF1RSS
5246 RAIFFEISENBANK GROSSOSTHEIM-OBERNBURG EG GROSSOSTHEIM GENODEF1OBE
5247 RAIFFEISENBANK GROSSOSTHEIM-OBERNBURG EG OBERNBURG GENODEF1OBY
5248 RAIFFEISENBANK GROSSWALBUR EG MEEDER GENODEF1MDG
5249 RAIFFEISENBANK GRUIBINGEN EG GRUIBINGEN GENODES1RGR
5250 RAIFFEISENBANK GYMNICH EG ERFTSTADT-GYMNICH GENODED1EGY