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Denmark Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Denmark. Only codes which are actively connected to the SWIFT network are shown. All passive (i.e. inactive) codes are excluded from the list.


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ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
51 DANSKE BANK A/S HIRTSHALS HJOERRING AFELING (9206) DABADKKKHIR
52 DANSKE BANK A/S HJOERRING HJOERRING AFDELING (9206) DABADKKKHJO
53 DANSKE BANK A/S HOLBAEK HOLBAEK AFDELING (3208) DABADKKKHBK
54 DANSKE BANK A/S HOLSTEBRO HOLSTEBRO AFDELING DABADKKKHOL
55 DANSKE BANK A/S HORSENS HORSENS AFDELING DABADKKKHOR
56 DANSKE BANK A/S KALUNDBORG ERHVERVSCENTER VESTSJAELLAND 3208 DABADKKKKAL
57 DANSKE BANK A/S KASTRUP (AIRPORT) DABADKKKKAS
58 DANSKE BANK A/S KOEGE KOEGE AFDELING (4865) DABADKKKKGE
59 DANSKE BANK A/S KOLDING ERHVERVSCENTER TREKANTSOMRAADET DABADKKKKOL
60 DANSKE BANK A/S KORSOER SLAGELSE AFDELING (4406) DABADKKKKOR
61 DANSKE BANK A/S LYNGBY DABADKKKLYN
62 DANSKE BANK A/S LYNGBY (DANSKE CAPITAL) DABADKKKCAP
63 DANSKE BANK A/S MIDDELFART ERHVERVSCENTER TREKANTOMR (4795) DABADKKKMID
64 DANSKE BANK A/S NAESTVED NAESTVED AFDELING DABADKKKNAE
65 DANSKE BANK A/S NAKSKOV MARIBO (4875) DABADKKKNAK
66 DANSKE BANK A/S NYBORG ERHVERVSCENTER ODENSE (3574) DABADKKKNYB
67 DANSKE BANK A/S NYKOEBING FALSTER NYKOEBING FALSTER AFDELING (3219) DABADKKKNYF
68 DANSKE BANK A/S NYKOEBING SJAELLAND NYKOEBING S AFDELING DABADKKKNYS
69 DANSKE BANK A/S ODENSE ERHVERV FYN (4366) DABADKKKODE
70 DANSKE BANK A/S RANDERS ERHVERVSCENTER AARHUS (3627) DABADKKKRAN
71 DANSKE BANK A/S RINGSTED ERHVERV RINGSTED DABADKKKRIN
72 DANSKE BANK A/S ROEDOVRE ROEDOVRE CENTRUM AFDELING (4065) DABADKKKROD
73 DANSKE BANK A/S ROENNE ERHVERV ROENNE DABADKKKRON
74 DANSKE BANK A/S ROSKILDE ROSKILDE AFDELING DABADKKKROS
75 DANSKE BANK A/S SAEBY FREDERIKSHAVN AFDELING (4780) DABADKKKSBY
76 DANSKE BANK A/S SILKEBORG SILKEBORG AFDELING DABADKKKSIL
77 DANSKE BANK A/S SKIVE VIBORG AFDELING (4770) DABADKKKSKI
78 DANSKE BANK A/S SLAGELSE SLAGELSE AFDELING (3511) DABADKKKSLA
79 DANSKE BANK A/S SOENDERBORG ERHVERVSCENTER TREKANTOMR (4795) DABADKKKSON
80 DANSKE BANK A/S STRUER HOLSTEBRO AFDELING (4925) DABADKKKSTR
81 DANSKE BANK A/S SVENDBORG ERHVERVSCENTER FYN (3574) DABADKKKSVB
82 DANSKE BANK A/S TAASTRUP TAASTRUP AFDELING (3129) DABADKKKTAA
83 DANSKE BANK A/S THISTED ERHVERVSCENTER NORDJYLLAND 3201 DABADKKKTHI
84 DANSKE BANK A/S TOENDER ERHVERVSCENTER HADERSLEV (4810) DABADKKKTON
85 DANSKE BANK A/S VARDE VARDE DABADKKKVAR
86 DANSKE BANK A/S VEJLE VEJLE AFDELING DABADKKKVEJ
87 DANSKE BANK A/S VIBORG VIBORG AFDELING DABADKKKVIB
88 DANSKE COMMODITIES A/S AARHUS DACDDK2A
89 DEN JYSKE SPAREKASSE A/S GRINDSTED JYSPDK2G
90 DJURSLANDS BANK A/S ALLINGAABRO ALLINGAABRO AFDELING DJURDK22ALL
91 DJURSLANDS BANK A/S AUNING AUNING AFDELING DJURDK22AUN
92 DJURSLANDS BANK A/S EBELTOFT EBELTOFT AFDELING DJURDK22EBE
93 DJURSLANDS BANK A/S GRENAA DJURDK22
94 DJURSLANDS BANK A/S HORNSLET HORNSLET AFDELING DJURDK22HSL
95 DJURSLANDS BANK A/S KOLIND KOLIND AFDELING DJURDK22KLI
96 DJURSLANDS BANK A/S LYSTRUP LYSTRUP AFDELING DJURDK22LYS
97 DJURSLANDS BANK A/S NIMTOFTE DJURDK22NIM
98 DJURSLANDS BANK A/S OERSTED OERSTED AFDELING DJURDK22OER
99 DJURSLANDS BANK A/S PINDSTRUP DJURDK22PIN
100 DJURSLANDS BANK A/S RISSKOV RISSKOV AFDELING DJURDK22RIS


What is a SWIFT Code?

A SWIFT Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used to specify a particular bank or branch. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also use these codes for exchanging messages between them.

SWIFT codes comprise of 8 or 11 characters. All 11 digit codes refer to specific branches, while 8 digit codes (or those ending in 'XXX') refer to the head or primary office. SWIFT codes are formatted as follows:

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • First 4 characters - bank code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - location code, passive participant will have "1" in the second character (letters and digits)
  • Last 3 characters - branch code, optional - 'XXX' for primary office (letters and digits)

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The registrations of SWIFT Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (“SWIFT”) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium. SWIFT is the registered trademark of S.W.I.F.T. SCRL with a registered address at Avenue Adèle 1, B-1310 La Hulpe, Belgium.