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How can I make an international transfer?

First select the debit account as well as the destination country and the desired currency.

Please note that the destination country is the country of the payee's bank details, the recipient's place of residence is not included here.

Foreign payments from a foreign currency account are only possible as payment orders in foreign trade (Z1).

Click on the button "next" to get to the following form. If your details indicate that a SEPA payment is possible, you will automatically be directed to the SEPA international form. Otherwise, the form for payment in foreign trade (Z1) opens in the following step. Please note that these payments are generally chargeable. The customer hotline will inform you about the amount of the fees.

In the following payment order, fill in at least all input fields that are not marked with the addition “optional” and click on the “continue” button.

How can I make a SEPA transfer?

After you have selected a country from the SEPA area and the euro as the currency in the first step, you will be directed to the SEPA international transfer. If this does not happen, please check whether your selected debit account is in euros. Payments in other currencies are not possible as a SEPA order.

Please fill out all input fields in the SEPA form. The field customer reference is at your disposal and does not have to be filled. At the end of the form, click on the "continue" button to send the order.

Before your order is marked for execution, you can check your details again on the following overview.

If you discover an error, simply click on the "Change order" button and correct the relevant information.

To finalize your order, please enter the TAN. Then click on the "Execute transfer" button.

After you have approved your order, all information will be summarized for you in tabular form on the next page.

Your order was carried out successfully.

How can I make a payment order in foreign trade (Z1)?

If you have selected a country that does not belong to the SEPA area or the payment should not be made in euros in the first step, you will be directed to the form for payment in foreign trade (Z1).

Please also note that payments from a foreign currency account can only be made in the currency of the selected account or in euros. You can transfer funds in all available currencies from accounts that are managed in euros.

In the same way as for a domestic transfer, fill out all input fields in the form that are not marked as optional.

You have the option of choosing different fee regulations. In principle, the payment sharing is preselected in the selection list. If you want to define a different regulation, click on the arrow in the selection list and change the fee regulation according to your wishes. Please note that for payments in countries of the European Economic Area (EEA) or in currencies of the European Economic Area, the selection “All charges to be paid by the recipient” is not possible.

At the end of the form, click on the "continue" button to send the order.

Before your order is processed, you can check your details again on the following overview.

If you discover an error, simply click on the "Change order" button and correct the relevant information.

To finalize your order, please enter the TAN. Then click on the "Execute transfer" button.

If your order has been carried out correctly, all the information will be summarized for you in a table on the next page.

Your order has been carried out successfully.

How do I find out the BIC / SWIFT code of the recipient's bank?

Our BIC / Swift code search is available as a special option. To do this, click on the “search” link that you can see above the “BIC / Swift Code” input field.

Look for the corresponding BIC / SWIFT code on the following page.

In the list of results, click on the "Apply" link to the right of the required bank details. The BIC / SWIFT code and the name of the bank are automatically transferred to the transfer form.

It is possible that the recipient's bank details do not contain a known BIC / SWIFT code, but a national bank code. In this case, a message will appear after entering the national bank code:

Under the note you will find additional fields in which you can enter the address data of the recipient's bank. In this case, this information is required to forward the payment.

Which characters can I use for SEPA transfers and payment orders in foreign trade (Z1)?

The characters allowed for SEPA payments are:

1234567890

a B C D E F G H I J K L M O P Q R S T U V w x y z

A B C D E F G H I J K L M O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

() / + -.,:? `ÄÖÜ äöü ß & * $%

It is possible that the payee's bank cannot display all characters (this can happen especially with umlauts). In this case, the characters that cannot be displayed are replaced in accordance with the rules for payment transactions.

The symbols below may be used for payments in foreign trade (Z1). Umlauts are not possible with this type of order.

1234567890

a B C D E F G H I J K L M O P Q R S T U V w x y z

A B C D E F G H I J K L M O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

() / +- ., &*$% ` 

How can I create a transfer template?

If you want to use your transfer in this form again later, you can save the completed form as a transfer template. To do this, activate the check box and assign a name to the template.

You will then find this template in the navigation on the left under the menu item "Transfer templates" and in the drop-down list above the order form. You do not need to enter similar transfer orders twice.

How can I set the date for an appointment transfer?

Forward transfers are only possible for SEPA payments abroad. Fill out all input fields and also give an appointment. The appointment can be a maximum of 90 days in the future.

If you click on the small symbol to the right of the input field, a new window opens with an interactive calendar.

The calendar is designed to help you find a specific date. Simply select the desired date. The calendar is then automatically closed and the selected date appears in the associated input field.

(Please note that the calendar function is only displayed if your browser supports JavaScript and allows JavaScript to be executed.)

At the end of the form, click on the "continue" button to send the order. Then proceed as with a normal transfer.

How can I determine my debit account?

You can determine yourself from which account the money should be transferred. To do this, click on the arrow in the selection list for your account at the top of the form and then select the desired account.

What is the maximum amount I can transfer online?

By default, you have an online limit of EUR 1,000 per banking day.

You can request a change to this limit by calling (069) 910-10000 (if your account has been activated for telephone banking), online with the menu item "Service / Options - Change transfer limit" or at any time from your customer advisor.

Of course, you can also initiate transfers that exceed your daily online limit as part of the "Notification to the bank". Please note here that prompt execution cannot always be guaranteed, as these orders have to be scheduled manually

How can I print out or save my international transfer order?

If you want to print out or save your foreign transfer order, it is best to use the function icons in the upper right corner.

All functions offered there are always repeated at the end of the page.

Please note that the print function is only displayed if your browser supports JavaScript and allows JavaScript to be executed.

Otherwise you can also use the print function of your browser.