SEB BLZ sort codes

Browse through all available BLZ sort codes used by SEB 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 01 11 | 10010111SEB BerlinBerlin
2130 01 11 | 13010111SEB RostockRostock
3130 01 11 | 13010111SEB SchwerinSchwerin
4130 01 11 | 13010111SEB WismarWismar
5160 01 11 | 16010111SEB PotsdamPotsdam
6160 01 11 | 16010111SEB CottbusCottbus
7200 01 11 | 20010111SEB HamburgHamburg
8200 01 11 | 20010111SEB NorderstedtNorderstedt
9210 01 11 | 21010111SEB KielKiel
10212 01 11 | 21210111SEB NeumünsterNeumünster
11230 01 11 | 23010111SEB LübeckLübeck
12230 01 11 | 23010111SEB Bad SchwartauBad Schwartau
13250 01 11 | 25010111SEB HannoverHannover
14250 01 11 | 25010111SEB LaatzenLaatzen
15254 01 11 | 25410111SEB HamelnHameln