The length of an IBAN varies from country to country. In Germany it has 22 characters. Our calculator tells you, if an IBAN is correct or not - no matter which country it belongs to.
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IBAN stands for International Bank Account Number and is a number attached to all accounts in the EU. Over one third of all nations use the system today. It’s made up of a code that identifies the country the account belongs to, an authorisation code, the account holder’s bank and the account number itself.
You keep your bank account number; but for money transactions, you use the IBAN.
The IBAN is used for every money transaction. In the past, the bank account number and the bank code were used, but 2016 they were finally replaced by the IBAN for transactions. The system checks all the data, and makes sure they are correct before the money gets transferred.
You can find your IBAN on the back of your bank card, your bank statement, and usually in your online-banking account.
Don’t worry, even if someone knows your IBAN, they can’t do any transactions.