SWIFT Codes for banks in Austria - Page 11

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
501Raiffeisenbank Nockberge eGenRadentheinRZKTAT2K457
502Raiffeisenbank Nockberge eGenRadentheinRZKTAT2K461
503Raiffeisenbank Oberdrautal-Weissensee, reg.Gen.m.b.H.GreifenburgRZKTAT2K322
504Raiffeisenbank Oberes Innviertel eGenEggelsbergRZOOAT2L370
505Raiffeisenbank Oberes Lavanttal reg.Gen.m.b.H.Bad St. Leonhard / LavanttalRZKTAT2K491
506Raiffeisenbank Oberes Moelltal-Oberdrauburg eGenWinklern im MoelltalRZKTAT2K431
507Raiffeisenbank Oberes Moelltal-Oberdrauburg eGenWinklern im MoelltalRZKTAT2K561
508Raiffeisenbank Oberes Waldviertel eGenSchremsRLNWATWWOWS
509Raiffeisenbank Oberland-Reutte eGenReutteRBRTAT22BHJ
510Raiffeisenbank Oberland-Reutte eGenReutteRZTIAT22359
511Raiffeisenbank Oberland-Reutte eGenReutteRBRTAT22
512Raiffeisenbank Oberlechtal eGenElbigenalpRZTIAT22220
513Raiffeisenbank Oberpinzgau eGenMittersillRVSAAT2S011
514Raiffeisenbank Oberpinzgau eGenMittersillRVSAAT2S028
515Raiffeisenbank Oberpinzgau eGenMittersillRVSAAT2S039
516Raiffeisenbank Oberpinzgau eGenMittersillRVSAAT2S042
517Raiffeisenbank Oberpinzgau eGenMittersillRVSAAT2S068
518Raiffeisenbank Oberpinzgau eGenMittersillRVSAAT2S070
519Raiffeisenbank Ohlsdorf eGenOhlsdorfRZOOAT2L390
520Raiffeisenbank Ossiacher See eGBodensdorf am Ossiacher SeeRZKTAT2K510
521Raiffeisenbank Oststeiermark Nord eGenPoellau bei HartbergRZSTAT2G023
522Raiffeisenbank Passail eGenPassailRZSTAT2G282
523Raiffeisenbank Paznaun eGenIschglRZTIAT22248
524Raiffeisenbank Perg eGenPERGRZOOAT2L637
525Raiffeisenbank Perg eGenPergRZOOAT2L777
526Raiffeisenbank Peuerbach eGenPeuerbachRZOOAT2L442
527Raiffeisenbank Pinzgau Mitte eGenSaalfelden am Stein. MeerRVSAAT2S053
528Raiffeisenbank Pitztal eGenWennsRZTIAT22353
529Raiffeisenbank Poendorf - Frankenmarkt eGenPoendorfRZOOAT2L434
530Raiffeisenbank Pongau Mitte eGenSchwarzachRVSAAT2S010
531Raiffeisenbank Pongau Mitte eGenSchwarzachRVSAAT2S055
532Raiffeisenbank Prambachkirchen eGenPrambachkirchenRZOOAT2L437
533Raiffeisenbank Pramet eGenPrametRZOOAT2L438
534Raiffeisenbank Purbach eGenPurbach am NeusiedlerseeRLBBAT2E078
535Raiffeisenbank Radstadt-Untertauern-Filzmoos-Forstau reg.Gen.m.b.H.RadstadtRVSAAT2S049
536Raiffeisenbank Rauris-Bucheben reg.Gen.m.b.H.RaurisRVSAAT2S051
537Raiffeisenbank Region Altheim eGenAltheimRZOOAT2L030
538Raiffeisenbank Region Amstetten eGenAmstettenRLNWATWWAMS
539Raiffeisenbank Region Amstetten eGenAMSTETTENRLNWATWWASC
540Raiffeisenbank Region Amstetten eGenAMSTETTENRLNWATWWSGY
541Raiffeisenbank Region Amstetten eGenAMSTETTENRLNWATWWSVH
542Raiffeisenbank Region Bad Leonfelden eGenBad LeonfeldenRZOOAT2L277
543Raiffeisenbank Region Baden eGenBaden bei WienRLNWATWWBAD
544Raiffeisenbank Region Baden eGenBADEN BEI WIENRLNWATWWGUE
545Raiffeisenbank Region Baden eGenBADEN BEI WIENRLNWATWWWEB
546Raiffeisenbank Region Baden eGenBADEN BEI WIENRLNWATWWEBD
547Raiffeisenbank Region Braunau eGenBraunau am InnRZOOAT2L060
548Raiffeisenbank Region Braunau eGenBRAUNAU AM INNRZOOAT2L661
549Raiffeisenbank Region Deutschkreutz-Horitschon eGenDeutschkreutzRLBBAT2E010
550Raiffeisenbank Region Deutschkreutz-Horitschon eGenDEUTSCHKREUTZRLBBAT2E031

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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