SWIFT Codes for banks in Austria - Page 14

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
651Raiffeisenbank Vorderland reg.Gen.m.b.H.SulzRVVGAT2B475
652Raiffeisenbank Waidhofen a. d. Thaya eGenWaidhofen an der ThayaRLNWATWWWTH
653Raiffeisenbank Walding-Ottensheim eGenWaldingRZOOAT2L732
654Raiffeisenbank Waldzell eGenWaldzellRZOOAT2L735
655Raiffeisenbank Wallersee eGenNeumarkt am WallerseeRVSAAT2S021
656Raiffeisenbank Wals-Himmelreich reg.Gen.m.b.H.Wals bei SalzburgRVSAAT2S071
657Raiffeisenbank Wartberg an der Krems eGenWartberg an der KremsRZOOAT2L738
658Raiffeisenbank Wattens und Umgebung, reg.Gen.m.b.H.WattensRZTIAT22351
659Raiffeisenbank Weiden am See eGenWeiden am SeeRLBBAT2E106
660Raiffeisenbank Weinviertel Nordost eGenZISTERSDORFRLNWATWWBGA
661Raiffeisenbank Weinviertel Nordost eGenZistersdorfRLNWATWWZDF
662Raiffeisenbank Weissachtal eGenSulzberg (Vbg.)RVVGAT2B474
663Raiffeisenbank Weissachtal eGenSulzberg (Vbg.)RVVGAT2B445
664Raiffeisenbank Weisskirchen a.d. Traun eGenWeisskirchen an der TraunRZOOAT2L741
665Raiffeisenbank Weiz-Anger eGenWeizRZSTAT2G187
666Raiffeisenbank Wels eGenWelsRZOOAT2L680
667Raiffeisenbank Wels Sued eGenThalheim bei WelsRZOOAT2L770
668Raiffeisenbank Wernberg, reg.Gen.m.b.H.WernbergRZKTAT2K559
669Raiffeisenbank Westendorf eGenWestendorfRZTIAT22354
670Raiffeisenbank Westliches Mittelgebirge eGenAxamsRZTIAT22209
671Raiffeisenbank Weyer eGenWeyer (OOE)RZOOAT2L747
672Raiffeisenbank Wienerwald eGenPressbaumRLNWATWWPRB
673Raiffeisenbank Wildon-Preding eGenWildonRZSTAT2G499
674Raiffeisenbank Wildschoenau eGenWildschoenauRZTIAT22357
675Raiffeisenbank Windischgarsten eGenWindischgarstenRZOOAT2L491
676Raiffeisenbank Wipptal - Stubaital Mitte eGenSteinach a.Br.RZTIAT22329
677Raiffeisenbank Wipptal - Stubaital Mitte eGenSteinach am BrennerRZTIAT22230
678Raiffeisenbank Wolkersdorf eGenWolkersdorfRLNWATWWWDF
679Raiffeisenbank Ybbstal eGenWaidhofen an der YbbsRLNWATWWWHY
680Raiffeisenbank Zirbenland eGenJudenburgRZSTAT2G368
681Raiffeisenbezirksbank Oberwart eGenOBERWARTRLBBAT2E067
682Raiffeisenbezirksbank Oberwart eGenOberwartRLBBAT2E125
683Raiffeisenkasse fuer Mutters, Natters und Kreith reg.Gen.m.b.H.MuttersRZTIAT22281
684Raiffeisenkasse Haidershofen eGenHaidershofenRLNWATWW278
685Raiffeisenkasse Hart eGenHart im ZillertalRZTIAT22240
686Raiffeisenkasse Lienzer Talboden eGenNussdorf-DebantRZTIAT22373
687Raiffeisenkasse Neusiedl a.d.Zaya eGenNeusiedl an der ZayaRLNWATWWNSD
688Raiffeisenkasse Orth a.d. Donau eGenOrth/DonauRLNWATWWODO
689Raiffeisenkasse Rum-Innsbruck/Arzl eGenRumRZTIAT22310
690Raiffeisenkasse Schlitters, Bruck und Strass reg.Gen.m.b.H.SchlittersRZTIAT22320
691Raiffeisenkasse Stumm, Stummerberg und Umgebung reg.Gen.m.b.H.StummRZTIAT22332
692Raiffeisenkasse Villgratental eGenInnervillgratenRZTIAT22386
693Raiffeisenkasse Volders und Umgebung reg.Gen.m.b.H.VoldersRZTIAT22347
694Raiffeisenkasse Weerberg reg.Gen.m.b.H.WeerbergRZTIAT22352
695Raiffeisenkasse Werfen reg.Gen.m.b.H.WerfenRVSAAT2S072
696Raiffeisenlandesbank Burgenland und Revisionsverband eGenEisenstadtRLBBAT2E
697Raiffeisenlandesbank Burgenland und Revisionsverband eGenEISENSTADTRLBBAT2E135
698Raiffeisenlandesbank Burgenland und Revisionsverband eGenEISENSTADTRLBBAT2E035
699Raiffeisenlandesbank Kaernten - Rechenzentrum und Revisionsverband, reg.Gen.m.b.H.KlagenfurtRZKTAT2K358
700Raiffeisenlandesbank Kaernten - Rechenzentrum und Revisionsverband, reg.Gen.m.b.H.KlagenfurtRZKTAT2K

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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