SWIFT Codes for banks in Austria - Page 8

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
351Raiffeisenbank Bodensee-Leiblachtal eGenHard (Vbg.)RVVGAT2B439
352Raiffeisenbank Bodensee-Leiblachtal eGenHard (Vbg.)RVVGAT2B431
353Raiffeisenbank Brixen im Thale eGenBrixen im ThaleRZTIAT22215
354Raiffeisenbank Bruck-Carnuntum eGenBruck an der LeithaRLNWATWWBRL
355Raiffeisenbank Brueckl-Eberstein-Klein St. Paul-Waisenberg, reg.Gen.m.b.H.BruecklRZKTAT2K271
356Raiffeisenbank Burgenland Mitte eGenOBERPULLENDORFRLBBAT2E046
357Raiffeisenbank Burgenland Mitte eGenOberpullendorfRLBBAT2E065
358Raiffeisenbank Burgenland Mitte eGenOBERPULLENDORFRLBBAT2E124
359Raiffeisenbank Donau-Ameisberg eGenSarleinsbachRZOOAT2L075
360Raiffeisenbank Drassmarkt-Kobersdorf-St. Martin eGenDrassmarktRLBBAT2E014
361Raiffeisenbank Drautal reg.Gen.m.b.H.Feistritz an der DrauRZKTAT2K404
362Raiffeisenbank Drautal reg.Gen.m.b.H.Feistritz an der DrauRZKTAT2K442
363Raiffeisenbank Dreilaendereck Bgld-Nord eGenNickelsdorf an der LeithaRLBBAT2E038
364Raiffeisenbank Dreilaendereck Bgld-Nord eGenNickelsdorf an der LeithaRLBBAT2E063
365Raiffeisenbank Dreilaendereck Bgld-Nord eGenZURNDORFZws.ZurndorfRLBBAT2E114
366Raiffeisenbank Eberndorf reg.Gen.m.b.H.EberndorfRZKTAT2K288
367Raiffeisenbank Eberschwang eGenEberschwangRZOOAT2L081
368Raiffeisenbank Edt-Lambach eGenLambachRZOOAT2L083
369Raiffeisenbank Eggenburg eGenEggenburgRLNWATWW123
370Raiffeisenbank Ehrwald-Lermoos-Biberwier eGenEhrwaldRZTIAT22219
371Raiffeisenbank Ennstal eGenTernbergRZOOAT2L080
372Raiffeisenbank Ennstal eGenTERNBERGRZOOAT2L126
373Raiffeisenbank Erl eGenErlRZTIAT22223
374Raiffeisenbank Faistenau-Hintersee eGenFaistenauRVSAAT2S016
375Raiffeisenbank Feldkirchen-Goldwoerth eGenFeldkirchen an der DonauRZOOAT2L100
376Raiffeisenbank Flachgau Mitte eGenEugendorfRVSAAT2S015
377Raiffeisenbank Flachgau Nord eGenLamprechtshausenRVSAAT2S030
378Raiffeisenbank Flachgau Nord eGenLamprechtshausenRVSAAT2S038
379Raiffeisenbank Flachgau Nord eGenLamprechtshausenRVSAAT2S044
380Raiffeisenbank Flachgau Nord eGenLamprechtshausenRVSAAT2S046
381Raiffeisenbank Frauenkirchen-Moenchhof-Podersdorf am See eGenFRAUENKIRCHENRLBBAT2E054
382Raiffeisenbank Frauenkirchen-Moenchhof-Podersdorf am See eGenFRAUENKIRCHENRLBBAT2E074
383Raiffeisenbank Frauenkirchen-Moenchhof-Podersdorf am See eGenFrauenkirchenRLBBAT2E116
384Raiffeisenbank Friesach-Metnitztal, reg.Gen.m.b.H.Friesach (Ktn.)RZKTAT2K501
385Raiffeisenbank Fuschlsee West eGenHof bei SalzburgRVSAAT2S025
386Raiffeisenbank Fuschlsee West eGenHof bei SalzburgRVSAAT2S065
387Raiffeisenbank Gamlitz eGenGamlitzRZSTAT2G094
388Raiffeisenbank Gampern eGenGampernRZOOAT2L113
389Raiffeisenbank Gastein eGenBad HofgasteinRVSAAT2S026
390Raiffeisenbank Geretsberg eGenGeretsbergRZOOAT2L118
391Raiffeisenbank Gleinstaetten-Leutschach-Gross St. Florian eGenGleinstaettenRZSTAT2G102
392RaiffeisenBank Going eGenGoing am W.K.RZTIAT22232
393Raiffeisenbank Golling-Scheffau-Kellau reg.Gen.m.b.H.Golling an der SalzachRVSAAT2S017
394Raiffeisenbank Grafenstein-Magdalensberg und Umgebung, reg.Gen.m.b.H.GrafensteinRZKTAT2K320
395Raiffeisenbank Gramastetten eGenGramastettenRZOOAT2L135
396Raiffeisenbank Gratkorn eGenGratkornRZSTAT2G111
397Raiffeisenbank Gratwein-Hitzendorf eGenGratwein-StrassengelRZSTAT2G138
398Raiffeisenbank Graz-St. Peter eGenGraz-St. PeterRZSTAT2G367
399Raiffeisenbank Graz-Strassgang eGenGrazRZSTAT2G439
400Raiffeisenbank Grein eGenGreinRZOOAT2L068

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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