Austria Bank SWIFT Code - Page 13

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Austria. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. The passive participant’s codes are excluded from the list.

IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
601Raiffeisenbank Region Neufelden eGenSt. Martin im MuehlkreisRZOOAT2L535
602Raiffeisenbank Region Parndorf eGenParndorfRLBBAT2E072
603Raiffeisenbank Region Pregarten eGenPregartenRZOOAT2L460
604Raiffeisenbank Region Ried i.I. eGenRied im InnkreisRZOOAT2L450
605Raiffeisenbank Region Rohrbach eGenRohrbach-Berg(OOE)RZOOAT2L160
606Raiffeisenbank Region Rohrbach eGenRohrbach-Berg(OOE)RZOOAT2L410
607Raiffeisenbank Region Schaerding eGenSchaerdingRZOOAT2L455
608Raiffeisenbank Region Schallaburg eGenLoosdorf/ Bez. MelkRLNWATWW455
609Raiffeisenbank Region Schallaburg eGenPRINZERSDORFRLNWATWWPZD
610Raiffeisenbank Region Schwanenstadt eGenSchwanenstadtRZOOAT2L400
611Raiffeisenbank Region Schwanenstadt eGenSchwanenstadtRZOOAT2L630
612Raiffeisenbank Region Schwechat eGenSchwechatRLNWATWW823
613Raiffeisenbank Region Sierning-Enns eGenEnnsBst. EnnsRZOOAT2L157
614Raiffeisenbank Region Sierning-Enns eGenSierningRZOOAT2L560
615Raiffeisenbank Region St. Poelten eGenSt. PoeltenRLNWATWW769
616Raiffeisenbank Region St. Poelten eGenST. POELTENRLNWATWWOBG
617Raiffeisenbank Region Voecklabruck eGenVoecklabruckRZOOAT2L710
618Raiffeisenbank Region Wagram eGenHAUSLEITENRLNWATWWHSL
619Raiffeisenbank Region Waldviertel Mitte eGenZwettlRLNWATWWZWE
620Raiffeisenbank Region Woerthersee eGVelden am Woerther SeeRZKTAT2K355
621Raiffeisenbank Region Woerthersee eGVelden am Woerther SeeRZKTAT2K390
622Raiffeisenbank Reichenau-Gnesau, reg.Gen.m.b.H.Ebene ReichenauRZKTAT2K461
623Raiffeisenbank Reutte reg.Gen.m.b.H.Jungholz/ TirolBankhaus Jungholz - Zweigniederlassung derRBRTAT22BHJ
624Raiffeisenbank Reutte reg.Gen.m.b.H.ReutteRBRTAT22
625Raiffeisenbank Ried in Tirol Fendels-Toesens und Umgebung reg.Gen.m.b.H.Ried in TirolRZTIAT22306
626Raiffeisenbank Rosental, reg.Gen.m.b.H.Feistritz im RosentalRZKTAT2K487
627Raiffeisenbank Rust-Moerbisch eGenRust (Bgld.)RLBBAT2E055
628Raiffeisenbank Rust-Moerbisch eGenRust (Bgld.)RLBBAT2E085
629Raiffeisenbank Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Viehhofen eGenSaalbach-HinterglemmRVSAAT2S052
630Raiffeisenbank Saalfelden reg.Gen.m.b.H.Saalfelden am Stein. MeerRVSAAT2S053
631Raiffeisenbank Salzburg Maxglan-Siezenheim eGenSalzburgRVSAAT2S054
632Raiffeisenbank Salzburg-Liefering eGenSalzburgRVSAAT2S034
633Raiffeisenbank Salzburger Seenland eGenSeekirchen am WallerseeRVSAAT2S047
634Raiffeisenbank Salzkammergut eGenGmundenRZOOAT2L510
635Raiffeisenbank Schilcherland eGenDeutschlandsbergRZSTAT2G043
636Raiffeisenbank Schilcherland eGenDeutschlandsbergRZSTAT2G375
637Raiffeisenbank Schladming-Groebming eGenGroebmingRZSTAT2G113
638Raiffeisenbank Schladming-Groebming eGenGroebmingRZSTAT2G481
639Raiffeisenbank Schneebergland eGenNeunkirchen/ NOERLNWATWW642
640Raiffeisenbank Schneebergland eGenNeunkirchen/ NOERLNWATWWNSM
641Raiffeisenbank Schwertberg eGenSchwertbergRZOOAT2L613
642Raiffeisenbank Seefeld-Leutasch-Reith-Scharnitz reg.Gen.m.b.H.SeefeldRZTIAT22314
643Raiffeisenbank Seewinkel-Hansag eGenAndauRLBBAT2E002
644Raiffeisenbank Seewinkel-Hansag eGenAndauRLBBAT2E104
645Raiffeisenbank Seewinkel-Hansag eGenAndauRLBBAT2E118
646Raiffeisenbank Serfaus-Fiss eGenSerfausRZTIAT22315
647Raiffeisenbank Sillian eGenSillianRZTIAT22368
648Raiffeisenbank Silz-Haiming und Umgebung eGenSilzRZTIAT22316
649Raiffeisenbank Sirnitz-Himmelberg-Deutsch-Griffen, reg.Gen.m.b.H.SirnitzRZKTAT2K254
650Raiffeisenbank Soelden eGenSoeldenRZTIAT22324

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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