Austria Bank SWIFT Code - Page 6

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
251OeKB CSD GmbHWienOCSDATWWT2S
252OeKB CSD GmbHWienOCSDATWW
253Oesterreichische Aerzte- und Apothekerbank AGWienVBOEATWWAPO
254Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AGWienOEKOATWWCON
255Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AGWienOEKOATWWECO
256Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AGWienOEKOATWWHVS
257Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AGWienOEKOATWWPBS
258Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AGWienOEKOATWW
259Oesterreichische NationalbankGRAZZwa.Oesterreich SuedNABAATWWGRA
260Oesterreichische NationalbankWienNABAATWW
261Oesterreichische Nationalbank CSA (Clearing Service Austria)WienNABAATWG
262Oesterreichische Post AGWienAPOSATWW
263OPEC Fund for international Development (OFID)WienOFIDATWW
264PARTNER BANK AGLINZPABAAT2L
265Posojilnica Bank eGenKLAGENFURTVSGKAT2K101
266Posojilnica Bank eGenKLAGENFURTVSGKAT2K102
267Posojilnica Bank eGenKLAGENFURTVSGKAT2K104
268Posojilnica Bank eGenKLAGENFURTVSGKAT2K109
269Posojilnica Bank eGenKLAGENFURTVSGKAT2K116
270Posojilnica Bank eGenKLAGENFURTVSGKAT2K117
271Posojilnica Bank eGenKLAGENFURTVSGKAT2K130
272Posojilnica Bank eGenKLAGENFURTVSGKAT2K
273PSA Payment Services Austria GmbHWienPSSAATWW
274Raiffeisen Bank International AGWienRZBAATWWA01
275Raiffeisen Bank International AGWienRZBAATWWGFA
276Raiffeisen Bank International AGWienRZBAATWWPOP
277Raiffeisen Bank International AGWienRZBAATWWSEC
278Raiffeisen Bank International AGWienRZBAATWWT2S
279Raiffeisen Bank International AGWienRZBAATWWTRE
280Raiffeisen Bank International AGWienRZBAATWW
281Raiffeisen Bank Lurnfeld-Reisseck reg.Gen.m.b.H.MoellbrueckeRZKTAT2K412
282Raiffeisen Bank Villach reg.Gen.m.b.H.VillachRZKTAT2K383
283Raiffeisen Bank Villach reg.Gen.m.b.H.VillachRZKTAT2K483
284Raiffeisen Bank Villach reg.Gen.m.b.H.VillachRZKTAT2K496
285Raiffeisen Bezirksbank Kufstein eGenKufsteinRZTIAT22213
286Raiffeisen Bezirksbank Kufstein eGenKufsteinRZTIAT22216
287Raiffeisen Bezirksbank Kufstein eGenKufsteinRZTIAT22358
288Raiffeisen Centrobank AGWienCENBATWW
289Raiffeisen Kapitalanlage-Ges. m.b.H.WienRKAGATWW
290Raiffeisen Regionalbank Achensee eGenMaurachRZTIAT22201
291Raiffeisen Regionalbank Achensee eGenMaurachRZTIAT22218
292Raiffeisen Regionalbank Achensee eGenMaurachRZTIAT22249
293Raiffeisen Regionalbank Fuegen-Kaltenbach-Zell eGenFuegenRZTIAT22229
294Raiffeisen Regionalbank Fuegen-Kaltenbach-Zell eGenFuegenRZTIAT22360
295Raiffeisen Regionalbank Hall in Tirol eGenHall in TirolRZTIAT22362
296Raiffeisen Regionalbank Laengsee-Hochosterwitz eGenLaunsdorfRZKTAT2K384
297Raiffeisen Regionalbank Moedling eGenMoedlingRLNWATWWGTD
298Raiffeisen Regionalbank Moedling eGenPERCHTOLDSDORFRLNWATWWPDF
299Raiffeisen Regionalbank Schwaz eGenSCHWAZRZTIAT22322
300Raiffeisen-Bezirksbank Spittal/Drau, reg.Gen.m.b.H.Spittal an der DrauRZKTAT2K267

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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