SWIFT Codes for banks in Austria - Page 7

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
301Raiffeisen Regionalbank Fuegen-Kaltenbach-Zell eGenFuegenRZTIAT22229
302Raiffeisen Regionalbank Fuegen-Kaltenbach-Zell eGenFuegenRZTIAT22360
303Raiffeisen Regionalbank Guessing-Jennersdorf eGenGuessingRLBBAT2E027
304Raiffeisen Regionalbank Guessing-Jennersdorf eGenGUESSINGRLBBAT2E034
305Raiffeisen Regionalbank Guessing-Jennersdorf eGenGUESSINGRLBBAT2E041
306Raiffeisen Regionalbank Hall in Tirol eGenHall in TirolRZTIAT22362
307Raiffeisen Regionalbank Laengsee-Hochosterwitz eGenLaunsdorfRZKTAT2K384
308Raiffeisen Regionalbank Matrei i.O. eGenMatrei in OsttirolRZTIAT22367
309Raiffeisen Regionalbank Matrei i.O. eGenMatrei in OsttirolRZTIAT22378
310Raiffeisen Regionalbank Moedling eGenMoedlingRLNWATWWGTD
311Raiffeisen Regionalbank Moedling eGenMOEDLINGRLNWATWWPDF
312Raiffeisen Regionalbank Schwaz eGenSchwazRZTIAT22272
313Raiffeisen Regionalbank Schwaz eGenSchwazRZTIAT22322
314Raiffeisen-Bezirksbank Spittal/Drau, reg.Gen.m.b.H.Spittal an der DrauRZKTAT2K267
315Raiffeisen-Bezirksbank St. Veit a.d. Glan-Feldkirchen, reg.Gen.m.b.H.St. Veit an der GlanRZKTAT2K407
316Raiffeisen-Bezirksbank St. Veit a.d. Glan-Feldkirchen, reg.Gen.m.b.H.St. Veit an der GlanRZKTAT2K475
317Raiffeisen-Bezirksbank St. Veit a.d. Glan-Feldkirchen, reg.Gen.m.b.H.St. Veit an der GlanRZKTAT2K505
318Raiffeisen-Bezirksbank St. Veit a.d. Glan-Feldkirchen, reg.Gen.m.b.H.St. Veit an der GlanRZKTAT2K254
319Raiffeisen-Landesbank Steiermark AGGrazRZSTAT2G
320Raiffeisen-Landesbank Tirol AGRumRZTIAT22
321Raiffeisen-Regionalbank Gaenserndorf eGenGaenserndorfRLNWATWWGAE
322Raiffeisenbank Absam-Thaur eGenThaurRZTIAT22200
323Raiffeisenbank Absam-Thaur eGenThaurRZTIAT22337
324Raiffeisenbank Abtenau-Russbach reg.Gen.m.b.H.AbtenauRVSAAT2S001
325Raiffeisenbank Admont eGenAdmontRZSTAT2G001
326Raiffeisenbank Aichfeld eGenKnittelfeldRZSTAT2G346
327Raiffeisenbank Alberschwende eGenAlberschwendeRVVGAT2B401
328Raiffeisenbank Almtal eGenGruenau im AlmtalRZOOAT2L127
329Raiffeisenbank Alpbachtal eGenAlpbachRZTIAT22203
330Raiffeisenbank Altenmarkt-Flachau-Eben eGenAltenmarkt im PongauRVSAAT2S004
331Raiffeisenbank Althofen - Guttaring, reg.Gen.m.b.H.Treibach-AlthofenRZKTAT2K255
332Raiffeisenbank am Hofsteig eGenWolfurtRVVGAT2B482
333Raiffeisenbank Anif-Niederalm eGenAnifRVSAAT2S005
334Raiffeisenbank Annaberg-Lungoetz reg.Gen.m.b.H.AnnabergRVSAAT2S006
335Raiffeisenbank Anthering - Elixhausen eGenAntheringRVSAAT2S007
336Raiffeisenbank Arnoldstein-Fuernitz eGArnoldsteinRZKTAT2K257
337Raiffeisenbank Arnoldstein-Fuernitz eGArnoldsteinRZKTAT2K305
338Raiffeisenbank Arzl im Pitztal und Imsterberg reg.Gen.m.b.H.Arzl im PitztalRZTIAT22207
339Raiffeisenbank Aspach-Wildenau eGenAspach im InnkreisRZOOAT2L016
340Raiffeisenbank Attergau eGenSt. Georgen im AttergauRZOOAT2L523
341Raiffeisenbank Attersee-Nord eGenSeewalchen am AtterseeRZOOAT2L608
342Raiffeisenbank Attersee-Sued eGenNussdorf am AtterseeRZOOAT2L363
343Raiffeisenbank Au eGenAu (Bregenzerwald)RVVGAT2B405
344Raiffeisenbank Auersthal-Bockfliess-Gross Schweinbarth eGenAuersthalRLNWATWWAUE
345Raiffeisenbank Bad Radkersburg-Kloech eGenBad RadkersburgRZSTAT2G312
346Raiffeisenbank Bad Wimsbach-Neydharting eGenBad Wimsbach-NeydhartingRZOOAT2L750
347Raiffeisenbank Bezau-Mellau-Bizau eGenBezauRVVGAT2B406
348Raiffeisenbank Bleiburg reg.Gen.m.b.H.BleiburgRZKTAT2K272
349Raiffeisenbank Bludenz-Montafon eGenBludenzRVVGAT2B468
350Raiffeisenbank Bludenz-Montafon eGenBludenzRVVGAT2B410

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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