Bundesbank BLZ sort codes

Browse through all available BLZ sort codes used by Bundesbank in the table below. You can sort by column in ascending or descending order, and you can refine the search using the filtering option.

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.

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No.BLZ Sort CodeBranchCity
1100 00 00 | 10000000BBk BerlinBerlin
2130 00 00 | 13000000BBk RostockRostock
3150 00 00 | 15000000BBk NeubrandenburgNeubrandenburg
4200 00 00 | 20000000BBk HamburgHamburg
5250 00 00 | 25000000BBk HannoverHannover
6260 00 00 | 26000000BBk GöttingenGöttingen
7265 00 00 | 26500000BBk OsnabrückOsnabrück
8280 00 00 | 28000000BBk OldenburgOldenburg
9300 00 00 | 30000000BBk DüsseldorfDüsseldorf
10360 00 00 | 36000000BBk EssenEssen
11370 00 00 | 37000000BBk KölnKöln
12430 00 00 | 43000000BBk BochumBochum
13440 00 00 | 44000000BBk DortmundDortmund
14450 00 00 | 45000000BBk HagenHagen
15480 00 00 | 48000000BBk BielefeldBielefeld