SWIFT Codes for banks in Austria - Page 16

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
751UniCredit Bank Austria AGHOLLABRUNNFil.HollabrunnBKAUATWWHOL
752UniCredit Bank Austria AGHORNFil.HornBKAUATWWHOR
753UniCredit Bank Austria AGJudenburgZws.JudenburgBKAUATWWJUD
754UniCredit Bank Austria AGKitzbuehelFil.KitzbuehelBKAUATWWKIT
755UniCredit Bank Austria AGKlagenfurtFil.Klagenfurt-KarfreitagstrasseBKAUATWWKLA
756UniCredit Bank Austria AGKLOSTERNEUBURGZws.Klosterneuburg-NiedermarktBKAUATWWKLB
757UniCredit Bank Austria AGKnittelfeldFil.KnittelfeldBKAUATWWKNI
758UniCredit Bank Austria AGKREMS/DONAUFil.KremsBKAUATWWKRE
759UniCredit Bank Austria AGLeobenFil.LeobenBKAUATWWLEO
760UniCredit Bank Austria AGLienzZws.LienzBKAUATWWLIE
761UniCredit Bank Austria AGMOEDLINGFil.Moedling-Enzersdorfer StrasseBKAUATWWMOE
762UniCredit Bank Austria AGNEUSIEDL/SEEFil.Neusiedl am SeeBKAUATWWNSS
763UniCredit Bank Austria AGOBERPULLENDORFFil.OberpullendorfBKAUATWWOBP
764UniCredit Bank Austria AGPERCHTOLDSDORFFil.PerchtoldsdorfBKAUATWWPDF
765UniCredit Bank Austria AGSalzburgLandesdirektion SalzburgBKAUATWWSAL
766UniCredit Bank Austria AGSchladmingFil.SchladmingBKAUATWWSLA
767UniCredit Bank Austria AGSCHWECHATZws.Schwechat-EinkaufszentrumBKAUATWWSCH
768UniCredit Bank Austria AGSpittal/DrauZws.Spittal an der DrauBKAUATWWSPI
769UniCredit Bank Austria AGST.POELTENFil.St.PoeltenBKAUATWWSTP
770UniCredit Bank Austria AGSTOCKERAUFil.StockerauBKAUATWWSTO
771UniCredit Bank Austria AGTRAUNFil.TraunBKAUATWWTRA
772UniCredit Bank Austria AGTULLNFil.TullnBKAUATWWTUL
773UniCredit Bank Austria AGVillachFil.VillachBKAUATWWVIL
774UniCredit Bank Austria AGWeizFil.WeizBKAUATWWWEI
775UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWEIS
776UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWINN
777UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWKAP
778UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWKUF
779UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWLEI
780UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWLIN
781UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWLUS
782UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWNEU
783UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWOBW
784UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWSTE
785UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWSWE
786UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWVOD
787UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWVOE
788UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWWEL
789UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWWND
790UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWW
791UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWZEL
792UniCredit Bank Austria AGWIENER NEUSTADTFil.Wr.NeustadtBKAUATWWWRN
793UniCredit Bank Austria AGWoerglFil.WoerglBKAUATWWWOE
794UniCredit Bank Austria AGWolfsbergFil.WolfsbergBKAUATWWWOL
795UNIQA Insurance Group AGWienUINGATWW
796VakifBank International AGWienTVBAATWW
798VB Alpenvorland Beteiligung e.G.AMSTETTENVBOEATWWAMS
800VB Oberoesterreich Holding eGSCHAERDINGVBOEATWWALT

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.

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.