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Swift codes of banks in Germany
SWIFT CodeEquivalent SWIFT/BIC CodesSWIFT Code BreakdownBank Name & AddressBranch Name
GENODEF1AZBGENODEF1 AZB
GENO DE F1 AZB
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :AZB
VR-Bank Marktredwitz -alt-

95659
City: Arzberg, Oberfr
Country: Germany
VR-Bank Marktredwitz -alt-
GENODEF1MM1GENODEF1 MM1
GENO DE F1 MM1
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :MM1
VR-Bank Memmingen

87689
City: Memmingen
Country: Germany
VR-Bank Memmingen
GENODEF1NU1GENODEF1 NU1
GENO DE F1 NU1
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :NU1
VR-Bank Neu-Ulm/Weißenhorn

89264
City: Weißenhorn
Country: Germany
VR-Bank Neu-Ulm/Weißenhorn
GENODED1SLEGENODED1 SLE
GENO DE D1 SLE
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: D1
Branch Code :SLE
VR-Bank Nordeifel

53932
City: Schleiden, Eifel
Country: Germany
VR-Bank Nordeifel Schleiden
GENODEF1HUEGENODEF1 HUE
GENO DE F1 HUE
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :HUE
VR-Bank Nordrhön

36081
City: Hünfeld
Country: Germany
VR-Bank Nordrhön Hünfeld
GENODE61OB1GENODE61 OB1
GENO DE 61 OB1
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: 61
Branch Code :OB1
VR-BANK NORDWESTPFALZ EG

KREUZNACHERSTRASSE 27

City: ROCKENHAUSEN
Country: GERMANY
 
GENODEF1PA1GENODEF1 PA1
GENO DE F1 PA1
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :PA1
VR-Bank Passau

94015
City: Passau
Country: Germany
VR-Bank Passau
GENODE61PS1GENODE61 PS1
GENO DE 61 PS1
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: 61
Branch Code :PS1
VR-BANK PIRMASENS

ALLEESTRASSE 2

City: PIRMASENS
Country: GERMANY
 
GENODED1BRHGENODED1 BRH
GENO DE D1 BRH
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: D1
Branch Code :BRH
VR-Bank Rhein-Erft

50309
City: Brühl, Rheinl
Country: Germany
VR-Bank Rhein-Erft
GENODED1RSTGENODED1 RST
GENO DE D1 RST
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: D1
Branch Code :RST
VR-Bank Rhein-Sieg

53721
City: Siegburg
Country: Germany
VR-Bank Rhein-Sieg Siegburg
GENODEF1NDTGENODEF1 NDT
GENO DE F1 NDT
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :NDT
VR-Bank Rhön-Grabfeld

97607
City: Bad Neustadt a.d.Saale
Country: Germany
VR-Bank Rhön-Grabfeld
GENODEF1RT2GENODEF1 RT2
GENO DE F1 RT2
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :RT2
VR-Bank Rothenburg

91535
City: Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Country: Germany
VR-Bank Rothenburg
GENODEF1PFKGENODEF1 PFK
GENO DE F1 PFK
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :PFK
VR-Bank Rottal-Inn

84347
City: Pfarrkirchen, Niederbay
Country: Germany
VR-Bank Rottal-Inn
GENODEF1HRVGENODEF1 HRV
GENO DE F1 HRV
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :HRV
VR-Bank Schwalm-Eder

34570
City: Homberg (Efze)
Country: Germany
VR-Bank Schwalm-Eder
GENODEF1ATEGENODEF1 ATE
GENO DE F1 ATE
Bank code: GENO
Country Code: DE
Location Code: F1
Branch Code :ATE
VR-Bank Schweinfurt

97421
City: Schweinfurt
Country: Germany
VR-Bank Schweinfurt


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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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