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Germany Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Germany. 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
4201 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MERSEBURG UniCredit Bank-HypoVereinbk HYVEDEMM257
4202 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MERZIG HYVEDEMM840
4203 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MIESBACH UniCredit Bank-HypoVereinbk HYVEDEMM035
4204 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MILTENBERG UniCredit Bank-HypoVereinbk HYVEDEMM943
4205 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MINDELHEIM UniCredit Bank-HypoVereinbk HYVEDEMM564
4206 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MITTENWALD HYVEDEMM944
4207 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MOENCHENGLADBACH UniCredit Bank-HypoVereinbk HYVEDEMM167
4208 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MOOSBURG UniCredit Bank-HypoVereinbk HYVEDEMM945
4209 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUEHLDORF AM INN UniCredit Bank-HypoVereinbk HYVEDEMM438
4210 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHBERG UniCredit Bank-HypoVereinbk HYVEDEMM283
4211 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (BANK SERVICE BILLING) HYVEDEMMBSB
4212 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (CLS CLEARING) HYVEDEMMCLS
4213 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (COLLATERAL) HYVEDEMMCOL
4214 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (DOTATIONSKONTEN) HYVEDEMMDOT
4215 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME01
4216 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME02
4217 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME03
4218 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME04
4219 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME05
4220 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME06
4221 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME07
4222 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME08
4223 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME09
4224 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME10
4225 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME11
4226 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME12
4227 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME13
4228 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME14
4229 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME15
4230 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME16
4231 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME17
4232 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME18
4233 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME19
4234 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME20
4235 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME21
4236 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME22
4237 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME23
4238 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME24
4239 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME25
4240 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME26
4241 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME27
4242 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME28
4243 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME29
4244 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME30
4245 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME31
4246 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME32
4247 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME33
4248 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME34
4249 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME35
4250 UNICREDIT BANK AG (HYPOVEREINSBANK) MUENCHEN (EAC) HYVEDEMME36


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.