|BLZ Sort Code Details|
|BLZ Code / Sort Code||60050101The banking institution's BLZ sort code|
|Bank||Baden-Württembergische Bank/Landesbank Baden-Württemberg|
Name of service payment provider
|Branch||BW-Bank LBBW BopfingenBranch / business name of service payment provider.This name and the town should be specified in the beneficiary data on invoices and forms.|
|Zip / Postal Code||73441|
|Sort code-carrying PSP||NOBank sort code-carrying payment service provider status:|
|Institution's PAN||56100Primary Account Number of the card-issuing payment service provider.|
|Check-digit||01Check-digit calculation method|
|BLZ Successor||00000000Succeeding Bank Routing NumberSuccesor numbers that are anything other than "00000000" represent the new BLZ sort code associated with the service payment provider.|
|Deletion||NOIntended deletion of the bank sort code status:|
A BLZ Code, Bankleitzahl, Sort Code is an 8 digit code used for money transfers with domestic banks in Germany. The code is used to identify an individual branch of a financial organization in Germany. For international monetary transfers, a SWIFT Code is used with Bankleitzahl and Account Number.
The six-digit sort code number and an identifier for both the bank and the branch where the bank account is held.
In some cases, the first digit of the sort code identifies the bank itself and in other cases the first 2 digits identify the bank.
|No.||Federal state / sub-state|
|1||Berlin, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania|
|2||Bremen, Hamburg, Lower Saxony, Schleswig-Holstein|
|3||Rhineland (Düsseldorf and Cologne administrative districts)|
|5||Hesse, Rhineland-Palatinate, Saarland|
|8||Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia|
|1 – 3||Payment service providers not included in other categories|
|5||Regional giro institutions and savings banks|
|6 + 9||Regional institutions of credit cooperatives, credit cooperatives and former credit cooperatives|
|8||Commerzbank, formerly Dresdner Bank|
The fourth, fifth and sixth digits of the Deutsche Postbank AG's bank sort code are always the figures “100”, which may not be assigned to other payment service providers.
The bank sort code has to be written in two blocks of three and one block of two digits (eg 390 601 90) except on forms with pre-printed fields for the bank sort code.