VR-Bank Rhön-Grabfeld - BLZ SORT CODE: 79069165


BLZ Sort Code Details
BLZ Code / Sort Code79069165
The banking institution's BLZ sort code
BankVolksbank Raiffeisenbank Rhön-Grabfeld
Name of service payment provider
BranchVR-Bank Rhön-Grabfeld
Branch / business name of service payment provider.
This name and the town should be specified in the beneficiary data on invoices and forms.
BIC / Swift CodeGENODEF1MLV
The banking institution's swift code also known as Business Identifier Code (BIC) .
CityBad Neustadt a.d.Saale
Zip / Postal Code97616
Sort code-carrying PSPYES
Bank sort code-carrying payment service provider status:
  • YES = Data records marked "YES" are to be used in payment transactions.
  • NO = Data records marked "NO" are not designed for payment transactions, rather location-based search for a PSP’s bank sort code
Institution's PAN67373
Primary Account Number of the card-issuing payment service provider.
Check-digit88
Check-digit calculation method
BLZ Successor00000000
Succeeding Bank Routing Number
Succesor numbers that are anything other than "00000000" represent the new BLZ sort code associated with the service payment provider.
DeletionNO
Intended deletion of the bank sort code status:
  • YES = Bank sort code marked "YES" are intended for upcomming deletion.
  • NO = Bank sort code marked "NO" are not subject to deletion.

Germany BLZ Sort Codes

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.

Structure of the BLZ bank sort code

The BLZ Code is made up of 8 Digits.

  • The first digit of the bank sort code essentially refers to the clearing area in which the payment service provider is domiciled.
  • The first three digits of the bank sort code form the location number (or Bankplatz), which refers to a bank place (location of the nearest Bundesbank branch), as well as the related bank district (bank) place and the surrounding area).
  • The fourth digit of the bank sort code refers to the group of institutions (Bankengruppe).
  • The remaining 4 digits depicts the branch.

BLZ Code Clearing Area (1st digit)

No.Federal state / sub-state
1Berlin, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania
2Bremen, Hamburg, Lower Saxony, Schleswig-Holstein
3Rhineland (Düsseldorf and Cologne administrative districts)
4Westphalia
5Hesse, Rhineland-Palatinate, Saarland
6Baden-Württemberg
7Bavaria
8Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia

BLZ Code Group of Institutions (4th digit)

No.Institution
0Deutsche Bundesbank
1 – 3Payment service providers not included in other categories
4Commerzbank
5Regional giro institutions and savings banks
6 + 9Regional institutions of credit cooperatives, credit cooperatives and former credit cooperatives
7Deutsche Bank
8Commerzbank, formerly Dresdner Bank

Special Provision

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.

Notation

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.