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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 35

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
1701 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MIESBACH DRESDEFF717
1702 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MINDEN DRESDEFF491
1703 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MOENCHENGLADBACH DRESDEFF310
1704 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MOENCHENGLADBACH (P AND G MOENCHENGLADBACH 61) DRESDEFFI34
1705 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MOERS DRESDEFF354
1706 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MOSBACH DRESDEFF674
1707 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MUEHLACKER DRESDEFF677
1708 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MUEHLHAUSEN DRESDEFF838
1709 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MUELHEIM (RUHR) DRESDEFF362
1710 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MUENCHEN DRESDEFF700
1711 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MUENCHEN (CORPORATE BANKING DCC-ITGK) DRESDEFFI45
1712 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MUENCHEN (CORPORATES AND MARKETS DCC-ITGK) DRESDEFFI23
1713 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MUENCHEN (PCC DCC-ITGK 3) DRESDEFFI55
1714 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MUENCHEN (PCC DCC-ITGK 4) DRESDEFFJ23
1715 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MUENCHEN (PCC DCC-ITGK 5) DRESDEFFJ24
1716 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MUENCHEN (PCC DCC-ITGK 6) DRESDEFFJ25
1717 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MUENCHEN (ZW 56) DRESDEFF714
1718 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MUENCHEN (ZW 57) DRESDEFF724
1719 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MUENSTER (WESTF) DRESDEFF400
1720 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) MUNSTER (PCC DCC-ITGK 1) DRESDEFFI68
1721 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NAUEN DRESDEFF111
1722 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NAUMBURG DRESDEFF839
1723 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NECKARSULM DRESDEFF621
1724 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NETTETAL DRESDEFF315
1725 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NEU-ISENBURG DRESDEFF507
1726 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NEUBRANDENBURG DRESDEFF150
1727 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NEUHAUS DRESDEFF826
1728 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NEUMARKT DRESDEFF767
1729 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NEUMUENSTER DRESDEFF212
1730 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NEUSS DRESDEFF305
1731 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NEUSTADT (SACHSEN) DRESDEFF905
1732 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NEUSTADT AM RUEBENBERGE DRESDEFF275
1733 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NEUSTADT AN DER WEINSTRASSE DRESDEFF546
1734 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NEUWIED DRESDEFF575
1735 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NIEDERKRUECHTEN DRESDEFF313
1736 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NOERDLINGEN DRESDEFF722
1737 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NORDERSTEDT DRESDEFF202
1738 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NORDHAUSEN DRESDEFF822
1739 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NORDHORN DRESDEFF267
1740 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NORTHEIM DRESDEFF261
1741 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NUERNBERG DRESDEFF760
1742 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NUERNBERG (CORPORATE BANKING DCC-ITGK) DRESDEFFI46
1743 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NUERNBERG (CORPORATES AND MARKETS DCC-ITGK) DRESDEFFI24
1744 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NUERNBERG (PCC DCC-ITGK 1) DRESDEFFJ26
1745 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NUERNBERG (PCC DCC-ITGK 2) DRESDEFFJ27
1746 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) NUERTINGEN DRESDEFF613
1747 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) OBERHAUSEN DRESDEFF365
1748 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) OBERSCHLEISSHEIM DRESDEFF718
1749 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) OBERTSHAUSEN DRESDEFF561
1750 COMMERZBANK AG (FORMERLY DRESDNER BANK AG) OBERURSEL DRESDEFF563