SWIFT Codes for banks in Austria - Page 10

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Austria. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. Passive participants codes are excluded from the list.

IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
451Raiffeisenbank Leoben-Bruck eGenKapfenbergRZSTAT2G460
452Raiffeisenbank Leonding eGenLeondingRZOOAT2L276
453Raiffeisenbank Lieboch-Stainz eGenStainzRZSTAT2G210
454Raiffeisenbank Lieser-Maltatal eGRennwegRZKTAT2K400
455Raiffeisenbank Lieser-Maltatal eGRennwegRZKTAT2K464
456Raiffeisenbank Liesingtal-St. Stefan eGenMautern (Stmk.)RZSTAT2G227
457Raiffeisenbank Liezen-Rottenmann-Trieben eGenLiezenRZSTAT2G215
458Raiffeisenbank Lipizzanerheimat eGenVoitsbergRZSTAT2G487
459Raiffeisenbank Lochen am See eGenLochen am SeeRZOOAT2L290
460Raiffeisenbank Lohnsburg eGenLohnsburg am KobernausserwaldRZOOAT2L284
461Raiffeisenbank Lungau eGenTamswegRVSAAT2S063
462Raiffeisenbank Lutzmannsburg - Frankenau eGenLutzmannsburgRLBBAT2E048
463Raiffeisenbank Maria Schmolln-St. Johann eGenMaria SchmollnRZOOAT2L312
464Raiffeisenbank Mariazellerland eGenMariazellRZSTAT2G129
465Raiffeisenbank Matrei am Brenner und Umgebung eGenMatrei am BrennerRZTIAT22273
466Raiffeisenbank Mattigtal eGenSchalchenRZOOAT2L303
467Raiffeisenbank Mayrhofen und Umgebung eGenMayrhofenRZTIAT22274
468Raiffeisenbank Meggenhofen-Kematen eGenMeggenhofenRZOOAT2L313
469Raiffeisenbank Millstaettersee eGSeebodenRZKTAT2K479
470Raiffeisenbank Mittelbregenzerwald eGenEgg (Vbg.)RVVGAT2B423
471Raiffeisenbank Mittleres Lavanttal eGenSt. Andrae im LavanttalRZKTAT2K465
472Raiffeisenbank Mittleres Lavanttal eGenSt. Andrae im LavanttalRZKTAT2K481
473Raiffeisenbank Mittleres Mostviertel eGenWIESELBURGRLNWATWW651
474Raiffeisenbank Mittleres Mostviertel eGenWieselburgRLNWATWW939
475Raiffeisenbank Mittleres Raabtal eGenPaldauRZSTAT2G075
476Raiffeisenbank Mittleres Rodltal eGenOberneukirchen/ OOERZOOAT2L383
477Raiffeisenbank Mondseeland eGenMondseeRZOOAT2L322
478Raiffeisenbank Montfort eGenRankweilRVVGAT2B422
479Raiffeisenbank Montfort eGenRankweilRVVGAT2B429
480Raiffeisenbank Montfort eGenRankweilRVVGAT2B461
481Raiffeisenbank Montfort eGenRankweilRVVGAT2B402
482Raiffeisenbank Moosburg-Tigring, reg.Gen.m.b.H.Moosburg (Ktn.)RZKTAT2K411
483Raiffeisenbank Muehlviertler Alm eGenKoenigswiesenRZOOAT2L330
484Raiffeisenbank Muehlviertler Alm eGenKOENIGSWIESENRZOOAT2L420
485Raiffeisenbank Muerztal eGenMuerzzuschlagRZSTAT2G186
486Raiffeisenbank Murau eGenMurauRZSTAT2G238
487Raiffeisenbank Mureck eGenMureckRZSTAT2G370
488Raiffeisenbank Nauders eGenNaudersRZTIAT22283
489Raiffeisenbank Nestelbach-Eggersdorf eGenNestelbach bei GrazRZSTAT2G252
490Raiffeisenbank Neukirchen an der Voeckla eGenNeukirchen an der VoecklaRZOOAT2L356
491Raiffeisenbank Neumarkt-Oberwoelz eGenNeumarkt in der SteiermarkRZSTAT2G402
492Raiffeisenbank Neusiedlersee-Huegelland eGenDONNERSKIRCHENRLBBAT2E092
493Raiffeisenbank Neusiedlersee-Huegelland eGenDonnerskirchenRLBBAT2E012
494Raiffeisenbank Neusiedlersee-Huegelland eGenDONNERSKIRCHENRLBBAT2E055
495Raiffeisenbank Neusiedlersee-Huegelland eGenDONNERSKIRCHENRLBBAT2E085
496Raiffeisenbank Neusiedlersee-Seewinkel eGenILLMITZRLBBAT2E004
497Raiffeisenbank Neusiedlersee-Seewinkel eGenIllmitzRLBBAT2E033
498Raiffeisenbank Neusiedlersee-Seewinkel eGenILLMITZRLBBAT2E071
499Raiffeisenbank Neustift-Mieders-Schoenberg im Stubaital eGenNeustift im StubaitalRZTIAT22275
500Raiffeisenbank Neustift-Mieders-Schoenberg im Stubaital eGenNeustift im StubaitalRZTIAT22285

Last Database Update : 06-JUL-2022

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About SWIFT Codes

SWIFT/BIC codes are used to identify specific banks and branches in international money transfers, making sure your money gets to the right place. These codes are used by banks to process international wire transfers and messages.

All SWIFT codes consist of 8 or 11 characters. An 11 digit code refers to a specific branch, while an 8 digit code (or one ending in 'XXX') refers to the bank's head office. SWIFT code registrations are handled by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT). The term SWIFT is often used interchangeably with BIC, which stands for Bank Identifier Code.

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