DEUTSCHE Bank Swift Codes

The Swift code can be either 8 characters or 11 characters long. First 8 digits code refers to the primary office. The SWIFT code consists of 4 separate sections, and the Swift Code format is as follows:

DEUT IN BB FFF

  • The first 4 characters (“DEUT”) represents the Bank / Financial Institution Code. It should contain only alphabetic characters.
  • The next 2 characters (“IN”) specify the ISO Country code where the institution is located. The code follows the format of ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code.
  • The next 2 characters (“BB”) represents the Bank / Institution location. This can be letters and digits.
  • The last 3 characters (“FFF”) represents the Bank / Institution’s branch, which is an optional for primary office.
No Bank City Branch Name SWIFT Code
1 DEUTSCHE BANK AG AHMEDABAD (AHMEDABAD) DEUTINBBAMD
2 DEUTSCHE BANK AG BANGALORE (BANGALORE BRANCH) DEUTINBBBGL
3 DEUTSCHE BANK AG CHENNAI (MADRAS) DEUTINBBCNN
4 DEUTSCHE BANK AG KOLKATA (CALCUTTA) (CALCUTTA BRANCH) DEUTINBBCAL
5 DEUTSCHE BANK AG MUMBAI DEUTINBBF4C
6 DEUTSCHE BANK AG MUMBAI (TRADE FINANCE-CENTRAL ENTRY POINT ASIA) DEUTINBBCEP
7 DEUTSCHE BANK AG MUMBAI (SECURITIES AND CUSTODIAN SERVICES) DEUTINBBCUS
8 DEUTSCHE BANK AG MUMBAI (PRIVATE BUSINESS CLIENTS) DEUTINBBPBC
9 DEUTSCHE BANK AG MUMBAI (MUMBAI BRANCH) DEUTINBB
10 DEUTSCHE BANK AG MUMBAI (DEUTSCHE INVESTOR SERVICES PRIVATE LIMITED (DISPL)) DEUTINBBRTA
11 DEUTSCHE BANK AG NEW DELHI (NEW DELHI BRANCH) DEUTINBBDEL
12 DEUTSCHE BANK AG PUNE (PUNE BRANCH) DEUTINBBPUN

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