Bank code and BIC search
Enter a BIC and use our web service to find out detailed information about this bank, such as the name, code and postcode of the city in question.
Examples: BFSWDE33BER, MARKDEF1100, COBADEFFXXX
Which BIC belongs to the bank account? To find out, simply enter your bank code and country in the following form.
Examples: 10000000, 70250150, 65340004
Use our IBAN validator to validate an IBAN for accuracy.
With our IBAN calculator you can have the IBAN and BIC calculated on the basis of the account number and bank sort code.
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The BIC code (Bank Identifier Code) is a standardised code for the international identification of a bank - i. e. the international bank code. It is issued by SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) and is therefore also referred to as SWIFT code.
The BIC consists of numbers and numbers and is 8 or 11 characters long. In the European payments area, each bank can thus be identified perfectly. For a detailed explanation of how the BIC is set up, see "What is the BIC?".
With our BIC search you can find out which bank belongs to the specified BIC. If you want to find out the BIC for a specific bank code (BLZ), you can use the search by bank code and country.
The BIC is not mandatory for domestic bank transfers. IBAN is sufficient here, as it already contains all the necessary information for the domestic transaction.