Austria Bank SWIFT Code - Page 5

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
201Oberbank AGBad HofgasteinZws.Bad HofgasteinOBKLAT2LBHG
202Oberbank AGBad IschlZws.Bad IschlOBKLAT2LBDI
203Oberbank AGBischofshofenZws.BischofshofenOBKLAT2LBIS
204Oberbank AGBraunau/InnZws.BraunauOBKLAT2LBRA
205Oberbank AGEbenseeZws.EbenseeOBKLAT2LEBE
206Oberbank AGEferdingZws.EferdingOBKLAT2LEFE
207Oberbank AGEisenstadtZws.EisenstadtOBKLAT2LEIS
208Oberbank AGEnnsZws.EnnsOBKLAT2LENN
209Oberbank AGFreistadtZws.FreistadtOBKLAT2LFRE
210Oberbank AGGallneukirchenZws.GallneukirchenOBKLAT2LGAL
211Oberbank AGGmunden, Filiale GmundenOBKLAT2LGMU
212Oberbank AGGrieskirchenZws.GrieskirchenOBKLAT2LGRI
213Oberbank AGHaid/AnsfeldenZws.HaidOBKLAT2LHAI
214Oberbank AGHalleinZws.HalleinOBKLAT2LHAN
215Oberbank AGKirchdorfZws.KirchdorfOBKLAT2LKIR
216Oberbank AGKlosterneuburgZws.KlosterneuburgOBKLAT2LKLB
217Oberbank AGKrems/DonauZws.KremsOBKLAT2LKRE
218Oberbank AGKremsmuensterZws.KremsmuensterOBKLAT2LKRM
219Oberbank AGLaakirchenZws.LaakirchenOBKLAT2LLAA
220Oberbank AGLenzingZws.LenzingOBKLAT2LLEN
221Oberbank AGLeondingZws.LeondingOBKLAT2LLOG
225Oberbank AGMarchtrenkZws.MarchtrenkOBKLAT2LMAR
226Oberbank AGMattighofenZws.MattighofenOBKLAT2LMAT
227Oberbank AGOttensheimZws.OttensheimOBKLAT2LOTT
228Oberbank AGPergZws.PergOBKLAT2LPER
229Oberbank AGRied im Innkreis, Zweigniederlassung InnviertelOBKLAT2LRIE
230Oberbank AGRohrbach/OOEZws.RohrbachOBKLAT2LROB
231Oberbank AGSaalfeldenZws.SaalfeldenOBKLAT2LSAA
232Oberbank AGSalzburg, Zweigniederlassung SalzburgOBKLAT2LSAL
233Oberbank AGSchaerdingZws.SchaerdingOBKLAT2LSRD
234Oberbank AGSchwanenstadtZws.SchwanenstadtOBKLAT2LSWA
235Oberbank AGSeekirchenZws.SeekirchenOBKLAT2LSEK
236Oberbank AGST. POELTEN, Zweigniederlassung St. PoeltenOBKLAT2LSTP
237Oberbank AGTraunZws.St.MartinOBKLAT2LSTM
238Oberbank AGTraunZws.TraunOBKLAT2LTRA
239Oberbank AGTullnZws.TullnOBKLAT2LTUL
240Oberbank AGVoecklabruckZws.VoecklabruckOBKLAT2LVOE
241Oberbank AGWaidhofen/YbbsZws.Waidhofen/YbbsOBKLAT2LWAI
242Oberbank AGWELS, Filiale WelsOBKLAT2LWEL
243Oberbank AGWELSZws.Wels-West (Lichtenegg)OBKLAT2LWLG
244Oberbank AGWien, Zweigniederlassung WienOBKLAT2LWIE
245Oberbank AGWiener NeustadtZws.Wiener NeustadtOBKLAT2LWRN
246Oberoesterreichische Landesbank AGLINZOBLAAT2L

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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