Deutsche Bank Singapore SWIFT Code

Deutsche Singapore SWIFT Code

International money remittance is a service that’s being used more than ever in today’s world. There are several methods to perform remittance, and one of them is bank transfer. Also known as wire or electronic money transfer, it involves fund transfer through banks’ network across countries.

The service’s cost depends on the provider. In order to perform wire transfer across country, you have to use SWIFT code, or the identifier code assigned for banks and their branch offices.

Deutsche Bank is one of the global banking companies that offers this service, including in its Singapore branch. The transfers are claimed to be cost-effective, practical, quick, and accurate. The bank allows an extensive range of acceptable foreign currencies, which allows the funds sender to perform cross-border payments, throughout majority of regions in the world.

The Deutsche Bank Singapore SWIFT code is DEUTSGSGXXX. To break down the code, DEUT represents the Deutsche Bank Singapore, SG represents the country of Singapore, the next SG represents the location of Singapore and the XXX represents the Deutsche Bank Singapore’s branch office.

In the following list, you can read the complete SWIFT codes for Deutsche Bank Singapore including the codes for its branch offices and subsidiary associates.

Detailed information about SWIFT Code DEUTSGSG 
SWIFT codeDEUTSGSGXXX
Swift code (8 characters)DEUTSGSG
Branch nameDEUTSCHE BANK AG
Branch addressSOUTH TOWER, 17-00, ONE RAFFLES QUAY
Branch codeXXX
Bank nameDEUTSCHE BANK AG
CitySINGAPORE
CountrySingapore
SWIFT Code DEUTSGSG Breakdown
SWIFT Code DEUTSGSG or DEUTSGSGXXX
Bank CodeDEUT - code assigned to DEUTSCHE BANK AG
Country CodeSG - code belongs to Singapore
Location CodeSG - code represents the institution location
Code StatusG - G means active code
Branch Codenot assigned or XXX - code indicates this is a head office