Cheap and quick way to transfer money abroad
If you are expecting a money transfer from abroad, then you will need to provide the person paying with both the BIC code of your LBBW and your IBAN.
How to find your IBAN
In the case of a SEPA euro transfer, a standard EU transfer or an international transfer, please ask the recipient for both the valid IBAN and BIC.
IBAN (International Bank Account Number)
The legal foundations of the IBAN were established by standard No. 13616 of the International Standards Organisation (ISO) and in document No. 204 of the European Committee for Banking Standards (ECBS).
An IBAN consists of a maximum of 34 alphanumeric characters. A fixed length is determined for an IBAN by every country using them. In Germany, the length is 22 characters:
LBBW's BIC code (also called SWIFT code) is: SOLADEST