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Swift codes of banks in Germany
SWIFT CodeEquivalent SWIFT/BIC CodesSWIFT Code BreakdownBank Name & AddressBranch Name
GENODEF1ICHGENODEF1 ICH
GENO DE F1 ICH
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :ICH
Raiffeisenbank

89335
City: Ichenhausen
Country: Germany
Raiffeisenbank Ichenhausen
GENODEF1OFFGENODEF1 OFF
GENO DE F1 OFF
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :OFF
Raiffeisenbank

89362
City: Offingen, Donau
Country: Germany
Raiffeisenbank Offingen
GENODEF1RLIGENODEF1 RLI
GENO DE F1 RLI
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :RLI
Raiffeisenbank

86508
City: Rehling
Country: Germany
Raiffeisenbank Rehling
GENODEF1RGBGENODEF1 RGB
GENO DE F1 RGB
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :RGB
Raiffeisenbank

89297
City: Roggenburg, Schwab
Country: Germany
Raiffeisenbank Roggenburg
GENODEF1SMUGENODEF1 SMU
GENO DE F1 SMU
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :SMU
Raiffeisenbank

86827
City: Schwabmünchen
Country: Germany
Raiffbk Schwabmünchen
GENODEF1THSGENODEF1 THS
GENO DE F1 THS
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :THS
Raiffeisenbank

86467
City: Thannhausen, Schwab
Country: Germany
Raiffeisenbank Thannhausen
GENODEF1KM1GENODEF1 KM1
GENO DE F1 KM1
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :KM1
Raiffeisenbank

87412
City: Kempten (Allgäu)
Country: Germany
Raiffeisenbank Kempten
GENODEF1ORTGENODEF1 ORT
GENO DE F1 ORT
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :ORT
Raiffeisenbank

94493
City: Ortenburg
Country: Germany
Raiffbk Ortenburg
GENODEF1JANGENODEF1 JAN
GENO DE F1 JAN
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :JAN
Raiffeisenbank

94118
City: Jandelsbrunn
Country: Germany
Raiffeisenbank Jandelsbrunn
GENODEF1WSDGENODEF1 WSD
GENO DE F1 WSD
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :WSD
Raiffeisenbank

94108
City: Wegscheid, Niederbay
Country: Germany
Raiffeisenbank Wegscheid
GENODEF1GRTGENODEF1 GRT
GENO DE F1 GRT
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :GRT
Raiffeisenbank

94143
City: Grainet
Country: Germany
Raiffeisenbank Grainet
GENODEF1HHUGENODEF1 HHU
GENO DE F1 HHU
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :HHU
Raiffeisenbank

94545
City: Hohenau, Niederbay
Country: Germany
Raiffbk Hohenau-Mauth
GENODEF1SR2GENODEF1 SR2
GENO DE F1 SR2
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :SR2
Raiffeisenbank

94315
City: Straubing
Country: Germany
Raiffeisenbank Straubing
GENODEF1LFIGENODEF1 LFI
GENO DE F1 LFI
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :LFI
Raiffeisenbank

94339
City: Leiblfing
Country: Germany
Raiffeisenbank Leiblfing
GENODEF1PSTGENODEF1 PST
GENO DE F1 PST
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :PST
Raiffeisenbank

94365
City: Parkstetten
Country: Germany
Raiffeisenbank Parkstetten


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SWIFT Code Description from Wikipedia

The SWIFT code is 8 or 11 characters, made up of:
4 letters: Institution Code or bank code.
2 letters: ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code
2 letters or digits: location code
  • if the second character is "0", then it is typically a test BIC as opposed to a BIC used on the live network.
  • if the second character is "1", then it denotes a passive participant in the SWIFT network
  • if the second character is "2", then it typically indicates a reverse billing BIC, where the recipient pays for the message as opposed to the more usual mode whereby the sender pays for the message.
3 letters or digits: branch code, optional ('XXX' for primary office). Where an 8-digit code is given, it may be assumed that it refers to the primary office.

SWIFT Standards, a division of The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT), handles the registration of these codes. For this reason, Business Identifier Codes (BICs) are often called SWIFT addresses or codes.




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