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Swift codes of banks in Germany
SWIFT CodeEquivalent SWIFT/BIC CodesSWIFT Code BreakdownBank Name & AddressBranch Name
BYLADEM1SKBBYLADEM1 SKB
BYLA DE M1 SKB
Bank code: BYLA
Country Code: DE
Location Code: M1
Branch Code :SKB
SPARKASSE BAMBERG

SCHOENLEINSPLATZ 1

City: BAMBERG
Country: GERMANY
 
WELADED1GZEWELADED1 GZE
WELA DE D1 GZE
Bank code: WELA
Country Code: DE
Location Code: D1
Branch Code :GZE
Sparkasse Barnim

16204
City: Eberswalde
Country: Germany
Sparkasse Barnim Eberswalde
HELADEF1BATHELADEF1 BAT
HELA DE F1 BAT
Bank code: HELA
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :BAT
Sparkasse Battenberg

35086
City: Battenberg (Eder)
Country: Germany
Sparkasse Battenberg
BYLADEM1SBTBYLADEM1 SBT
BYLA DE M1 SBT
Bank code: BYLA
Country Code: DE
Location Code: M1
Branch Code :SBT
SPARKASSE BAYREUTH

OPERNSTRASSE 12

City: BAYREUTH
Country: GERMANY
 
WELADED1BEKWELADED1 BEK
WELA DE D1 BEK
Bank code: WELA
Country Code: DE
Location Code: D1
Branch Code :BEK
Sparkasse Beckum-Wadersloh

59267
City: Beckum, Westf
Country: Germany
Spk Beckum-Wadersloh
HELADEF1BENHELADEF1 BEN
HELA DE F1 BEN
Bank code: HELA
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :BEN
Sparkasse Bensheim

64601
City: Bensheim
Country: Germany
Sparkasse Bensheim
BYLADEM1BGLBYLADEM1 BGL
BYLA DE M1 BGL
Bank code: BYLA
Country Code: DE
Location Code: M1
Branch Code :BGL
SPARKASSE BERCHTESGADENER LAND

BAHNHOFSTRASSE 17

City: BAD REICHENHALL
Country: GERMANY
 
WELADED1BGKWELADED1 BGK
WELA DE D1 BGK
Bank code: WELA
Country Code: DE
Location Code: D1
Branch Code :BGK
Sparkasse Bergkamen-Bönen

59180
City: Bergkamen
Country: Germany
Spk Bergkamen-Bönen
WELADED1BSTWELADED1 BST
WELA DE D1 BST
Bank code: WELA
Country Code: DE
Location Code: D1
Branch Code :BST
Sparkasse Bestwig -alt-

59903
City: Bestwig
Country: Germany
Spk Bestwig -alt-
SPBIDE3BSPBIDE3B XXX
SPBIDE3BXXX
SPBI DE 3B
SPBI DE 3B XXX
Bank code: SPBI
Country Code: DE
Location Code: 3B
Branch Code :XXX
SPARKASSE BIELEFELD

FOREIGN DEPARTMENT
POSTFACH 10 26 73

City: 33526 BIELEFELD
Country: GERMANY
 
SPBIDE3BXXXSPBIDE3B
SPBIDE3B XXX
SPBI DE 3B XXX
Bank code: SPBI
Country Code: DE
Location Code: 3B
Branch Code :XXX
Sparkasse Bielefeld

33526
City: Bielefeld
Country: Germany
Spk Bielefeld
WELADED1BOCWELADED1 BOC
WELA DE D1 BOC
Bank code: WELA
Country Code: DE
Location Code: D1
Branch Code :BOC
Sparkasse Bochum

44724
City: Bochum
Country: Germany
Sparkasse Bochum
SOLADES1KNZSOLADES1 KNZ
SOLA DE S1 KNZ
Bank code: SOLA
Country Code: DE
Location Code: S1
Branch Code :KNZ
Sparkasse Bodensee

78420
City: Konstanz
Country: Germany
Sparkasse Bodensee
SOLADES1BNDSOLADES1 BND
SOLA DE S1 BND
Bank code: SOLA
Country Code: DE
Location Code: S1
Branch Code :BND
Sparkasse Bonndorf-Stühlingen

79844
City: Bonndorf im Schwarzwald
Country: Germany
Spk Bonndorf-Stühlingen
SOLADES1BRSSOLADES1 BRS
SOLA DE S1 BRS
Bank code: SOLA
Country Code: DE
Location Code: S1
Branch Code :BRS
Sparkasse Breisach -alt-

79202
City: Breisach am Rhein
Country: Germany
Spk Breisach -alt-


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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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