Austria Bank SWIFT Code - Page 17

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
801UniCredit Bank Austria AGHollabrunnFil.HollabrunnBKAUATWWHOL
802UniCredit Bank Austria AGHornFil.HornBKAUATWWHOR
803UniCredit Bank Austria AGJudenburgZws.JudenburgBKAUATWWJUD
804UniCredit Bank Austria AGKitzbuehelFil.KitzbuehelBKAUATWWKIT
805UniCredit Bank Austria AGKLAGENFURTFil.Klagenfurt-KarfreitagstrasseBKAUATWWKLA
806UniCredit Bank Austria AGKlosterneuburgZws.Klosterneuburg-NiedermarktBKAUATWWKLB
807UniCredit Bank Austria AGKnittelfeldFil.KnittelfeldBKAUATWWKNI
808UniCredit Bank Austria AGKrems/DonauFil.KremsBKAUATWWKRE
809UniCredit Bank Austria AGLeobenFil.LeobenBKAUATWWLEO
810UniCredit Bank Austria AGLienzZws.LienzBKAUATWWLIE
811UniCredit Bank Austria AGMoedlingFil.Moedling-Enzersdorfer StrasseBKAUATWWMOE
812UniCredit Bank Austria AGNeusiedl/SeeFil.Neusiedl am SeeBKAUATWWNSS
813UniCredit Bank Austria AGOberpullendorfFil.OberpullendorfBKAUATWWOBP
814UniCredit Bank Austria AGPerchtoldsdorfFil.PerchtoldsdorfBKAUATWWPDF
815UniCredit Bank Austria AGSalzburgLandesdirektion SalzburgBKAUATWWSAL
816UniCredit Bank Austria AGSchladmingFil.SchladmingBKAUATWWSLA
817UniCredit Bank Austria AGSchwechatZws.Schwechat-EinkaufszentrumBKAUATWWSCH
818UniCredit Bank Austria AGSpittal/DrauZws.Spittal an der DrauBKAUATWWSPI
819UniCredit Bank Austria AGST. POELTENFil.St.PoeltenBKAUATWWSTP
820UniCredit Bank Austria AGStockerauFil.StockerauBKAUATWWSTO
821UniCredit Bank Austria AGTraunFil.TraunBKAUATWWTRA
822UniCredit Bank Austria AGTullnFil.TullnBKAUATWWTUL
823UniCredit Bank Austria AGVillachFil.VillachBKAUATWWVIL
824UniCredit Bank Austria AGWeizFil.WeizBKAUATWWWEI
825UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWEIS
826UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWINN
827UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWKAP
828UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWKUF
829UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWLEI
830UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWLIN
831UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWLUS
832UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWNEU
833UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWOBW
834UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWSTE
835UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWSWE
836UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWVOD
837UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWVOE
838UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWWEL
839UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWWND
840UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWW
841UniCredit Bank Austria AGWienBKAUATWWZEL
842UniCredit Bank Austria AGWiener NeustadtFil.Wr.NeustadtBKAUATWWWRN
843UniCredit Bank Austria AGWoerglFil.WoerglBKAUATWWWOE
844UniCredit Bank Austria AGWolfsbergFil.WolfsbergBKAUATWWWOL
846VakifBank International AGWienTVBAATWW
848VB Alpenvorland Beteiligung e.G.AmstettenVBOEATWWAMS
849VB Baden Beteiligung e.Gen.Baden bei WienVBOEATWWBAD
850VB Oberoesterreich Holding eGSchaerdingVBOEATWWALT

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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Swift Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Codes (BIC) and it is unique identification code for a particular bank. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also used the codes for exchanging other messages between them.

The Swift code consists of 8 or 11 characters. When 8-digits code is given, it refers to the primary office. The registrations of Swift Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium.

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