Austria Bank SWIFT Code - Page 12

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.

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IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
551Raiffeisenbank Piesendorf reg.Gen.m.b.H.PiesendorfRVSAAT2S048
552Raiffeisenbank Pischelsdorf-Stubenberg eGenPischelsdorf am KulmRZSTAT2G285
553Raiffeisenbank Pitztal eGenWennsRZTIAT22353
554Raiffeisenbank Poellau-Birkfeld eGenBirkfeldRZSTAT2G023
555Raiffeisenbank Poellau-Birkfeld eGenBirkfeldRZSTAT2G311
556Raiffeisenbank Poendorf - Frankenmarkt eGenPoendorfRZOOAT2L434
557Raiffeisenbank Prambachkirchen eGenPrambachkirchenRZOOAT2L437
558Raiffeisenbank Pramet eGenPrametRZOOAT2L438
559Raiffeisenbank Purbach eGenPurbach am NeusiedlerseeRLBBAT2E078
560Raiffeisenbank Radenthein-Bad Kleinkirchheim reg.Gen.m.b.H.RadentheinRZKTAT2K457
561Raiffeisenbank Radstadt-Untertauern-Filzmoos-Forstau reg.Gen.m.b.H.RadstadtRVSAAT2S049
562Raiffeisenbank Rankweil reg.Gen.m.b.H.RankweilRVVGAT2B461
563Raiffeisenbank Rauris-Bucheben reg.Gen.m.b.H.RaurisRVSAAT2S051
564Raiffeisenbank Region Altheim eGenAltheimRZOOAT2L030
565Raiffeisenbank Region Amstetten eGenAmstettenRLNWATWWAMS
566Raiffeisenbank Region Amstetten eGenAmstettenRLNWATWWASC
567Raiffeisenbank Region Amstetten eGenAmstettenRLNWATWWSGY
568Raiffeisenbank Region Amstetten eGenST. VALENTINRLNWATWWSVH
569Raiffeisenbank Region Bad Leonfelden eGenBad LeonfeldenRZOOAT2L277
570Raiffeisenbank Region Baden eGenBaden bei WienRLNWATWWBAD
571Raiffeisenbank Region Baden eGenEBREICHSDORFRLNWATWWEBD
572Raiffeisenbank Region Braunau eGenBraunau am InnRZOOAT2L060
573Raiffeisenbank Region Braunau eGenBraunau am InnRZOOAT2L661
574Raiffeisenbank Region Eferding eGenEferdingRZOOAT2L180
575Raiffeisenbank Region Fehring eGenFehringRZSTAT2G071
576Raiffeisenbank Region Fehring eGenFehringRZSTAT2G132
577Raiffeisenbank Region Feldbach eGenFeldbachRZSTAT2G104
578Raiffeisenbank Region Feldbach eGenFeldbachRZSTAT2G131
579Raiffeisenbank Region Feldbach eGenFeldbachRZSTAT2G497
580Raiffeisenbank Region Freistadt eGenFreistadt (OOE)RZOOAT2L110
581Raiffeisenbank Region Gallneukirchen eGenGallneukirchenRZOOAT2L111
582Raiffeisenbank Region Gallneukirchen eGenGallneukirchenRZOOAT2L161
583Raiffeisenbank Region Gallneukirchen eGenGallneukirchenRZOOAT2L475
584Raiffeisenbank Region Gleisdorf eGenGleisdorfRZSTAT2G103
585Raiffeisenbank Region Graz-Thalerhof eGenKalsdorfRZSTAT2G072
586Raiffeisenbank Region Graz-Thalerhof eGenKalsdorfRZSTAT2G477
587Raiffeisenbank Region Grieskirchen eGenGrieskirchenRZOOAT2L736
588Raiffeisenbank Region Hartberg eGenHartbergRZSTAT2G403
589Raiffeisenbank Region Hartberg eGenHartbergRZSTAT2G411
590Raiffeisenbank Region Hausruck eGenHaag am HausruckRZOOAT2L250
591Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGenKirchdorf an der KremsRZOOAT2L380
592Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGenKremsmuensterZws. KremsmuensterRZOOAT2L233
593Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGenMicheldorfZws.MicheldorfRZOOAT2L318
594Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGenMollnZws. MollnRZOOAT2L321
595Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGenNussbach, OberoesterreichZws.NussbachRZOOAT2L362
596Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGenPettenbachZws. PettenbachRZOOAT2L427
597Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGenRied im TraunkreisZws. Ried im TraunkreisRZOOAT2L481
598Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGenSchlierbach, OberoesterreichZws. SchlierbachRZOOAT2L606
599Raiffeisenbank Region Neufelden eGenSt. Martin im MuehlkreisRZOOAT2L300
600Raiffeisenbank Region Neufelden eGenSt. Martin im MuehlkreisRZOOAT2L361

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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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.

The tools here are provided for informational purposes only. Whilst every effort is made to provide accurate data, users must acknowledge that this website accepts no liability whatsoever with respect to its accuracy. Only your bank can confirm the correct bank account information. If you are making an important or time-critical payment, we recommend you contact your bank first.