SWIFT Codes for banks in Austria - 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. Passive participants codes are excluded from the list.

IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
601Raiffeisenbank Salzburg Liefering-Maxglan-Siezenheim eGenSalzburgRVSAAT2S034
602Raiffeisenbank Salzburger Seenland eGenSeekirchen am WallerseeRVSAAT2S047
603Raiffeisenbank Salzkammergut eGenGmundenRZOOAT2L510
604Raiffeisenbank Schilcherland eGenDeutschlandsbergRZSTAT2G043
605Raiffeisenbank Schladming-Groebming eGenGroebmingRZSTAT2G113
606Raiffeisenbank Schneebergland eGenNEUNKIRCHEN/ NOERLNWATWW642
607Raiffeisenbank Schneebergland eGenNeunkirchen/ NOERLNWATWWNSM
608Raiffeisenbank Schwertberg eGenSchwertbergRZOOAT2L613
609Raiffeisenbank Seefeld-Leutasch-Reith-Scharnitz reg.Gen.m.b.H.SeefeldRZTIAT22314
610Raiffeisenbank Seewinkel-Hansag eGenAndauRLBBAT2E002
611Raiffeisenbank Serfaus-Fiss-Ried eGenSerfausRZTIAT22306
612Raiffeisenbank Serfaus-Fiss-Ried eGenSerfausRZTIAT22315
613Raiffeisenbank Sillian eGenSillianRZTIAT22368
614Raiffeisenbank Silz-Haiming und Umgebung eGenSilzRZTIAT22316
615Raiffeisenbank Soelden eGenSoeldenRZTIAT22324
616Raiffeisenbank Soell - Scheffau reg.Gen.m.b.H.SoellRZTIAT22318
617Raiffeisenbank St. Agatha eGenSt. Agatha (OOE)RZOOAT2L521
618Raiffeisenbank St. Anton am Arlberg eGenSt. Anton am ArlbergRZTIAT22252
619Raiffeisenbank St. Johann-Wagrain-Kleinarl eGenSt. Johann im PongauRVSAAT2S069
620Raiffeisenbank St. Marien eGenSt. Marien bei NeuhofenRZOOAT2L530
621Raiffeisenbank St. Martin-Lofer-Weissbach eGenSt. Martin bei LoferRVSAAT2S060
622Raiffeisenbank St. Paul im Lavanttal eGenSt. Paul im LavanttalRZKTAT2K500
623Raiffeisenbank St. Roman eGenSt. Roman bei SchaerdingRZOOAT2L540
624Raiffeisenbank St. Stefan-Jagerberg-Wolfsberg eGenSt. Stefan im RosentalRZSTAT2G374
625RaiffeisenBank St. Ulrich - Waidring eGenWaidringRZTIAT22349
626Raiffeisenbank St.Florian am Inn eGenSt. Florian am InnRZOOAT2L522
627Raiffeisenbank St.Gilgen-Fuschl-Strobl eGenSt. GilgenRVSAAT2S056
628Raiffeisenbank Stallhofen eGenStallhofenRZSTAT2G433
629Raiffeisenbank Steinbach-Gruenburg eGenGruenburgRZOOAT2L633
630Raiffeisenbank Steirisches Salzkammergut-Oeblarn eGenBad MitterndorfRZSTAT2G249
631Raiffeisenbank Steyr eGenSteyrRZOOAT2L114
632Raiffeisenbank Steyr eGenSTEYRRZOOAT2L543
633Raiffeisenbank Stockerau eGenStockerauRLNWATWWSTO
634Raiffeisenbank Straden eGenStradenRZSTAT2G436
635Raiffeisenbank Strass-Spielfeld eGenStrassRZSTAT2G420
636Raiffeisenbank Strasswalchen eGenStrasswalchenRVSAAT2S062
637Raiffeisenbank Sued-Weststeiermark eGenWies (Stmk.)RZSTAT2G056
638Raiffeisenbank Tannheimertal eGenTannheimRZTIAT22333
639Raiffeisenbank Taxenbach reg.Gen.m.b.H.TaxenbachRVSAAT2S064
640Raiffeisenbank Telfs-Mieming eGenTelfsRZTIAT22336
641Raiffeisenbank Thiersee eGenThierseeRZTIAT22339
642Raiffeisenbank Timelkam-Lenzing-Puchkirchen eGenTimelkamRZOOAT2L669
643Raiffeisenbank Traisen-Goelsental eGenLilienfeldRLNWATWWLFD
644Raiffeisenbank Turnau-St. Lorenzen eGenSt. Marein im MuerztalRZSTAT2G347
645Raiffeisenbank Tux eGenTuxRZTIAT22342
646Raiffeisenbank Unken eGenUnkenRVSAAT2S066
647Raiffeisenbank Unteres Lavanttal eGenLavamuendRZKTAT2K292
648Raiffeisenbank Voelkermarkt, reg.Gen.m.b.H.VoelkermarktRZKTAT2K546
649Raiffeisenbank Vorderbregenzerwald eGenHittisauRVVGAT2B435
650Raiffeisenbank Vorderes Oetztal eGenOetzRZTIAT22291

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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