SWIFT Codes for banks in Austria - Page 9

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
401Raiffeisenbank Groedig eGenGroedigRVSAAT2S018
402Raiffeisenbank Grossarl-Huettschlag eGenGrossarlRVSAAT2S019
403Raiffeisenbank Grossgmain eGenGrossgmainRVSAAT2S020
404Raiffeisenbank Gunskirchen eGenGunskirchenRZOOAT2L129
405Raiffeisenbank Gurktal eGenStrassburg (Ktn.)RZKTAT2K511
406Raiffeisenbank Halbenrain-Tieschen eGenHalbenrainRZSTAT2G128
407Raiffeisenbank Hallein-Oberalm eGenHalleinRVSAAT2S022
408Raiffeisenbank Handenberg - St. Georgen a. F. eGenHandenbergRZOOAT2L155
409Raiffeisenbank Hausmannstaetten eGenHausmannstaettenRZSTAT2G133
410Raiffeisenbank Heideboden eGenSt. Andrae bei FrauenkirchenRLBBAT2E090
411Raiffeisenbank Heiligenkreuz-Kirchbach -St. Georgen eGenKirchbach-ZerlachRZSTAT2G170
412Raiffeisenbank Hermagor, reg.Gen.m.b.H.HermagorRZKTAT2K543
413Raiffeisenbank Hinterstoder und Vorderstoder eGenHinterstoderRZOOAT2L165
414Raiffeisenbank Hippach und Umgebung eGenRamsau im ZillertalRZTIAT22241
415Raiffeisenbank Hoersching-Thening eGenHoerschingRZOOAT2L170
416Raiffeisenbank Hohe Tauern eGenKaprunRVSAAT2S012
417Raiffeisenbank Hopfgarten im Brixental eGenHopfgartenRZTIAT22245
418Raiffeisenbank Huettau-St. Martin-Niedernfritz reg.Gen.m.b.H.HuettauRVSAAT2S027
419Raiffeisenbank Huettenberg - Wieting, reg.Gen.m.b.H.HuettenbergRZKTAT2K340
420Raiffeisenbank Ilz-Grosssteinbach-Riegersburg eGenIlzRZSTAT2G151
421Raiffeisenbank Im Rheintal eGenDornbirnRVVGAT2B420
422RAIFFEISENBANK im Walgau eGenNenzingRVVGAT2B458
423RAIFFEISENBANK im Walgau eGenNenzingRVVGAT2B424
424Raiffeisenbank im Weinviertel eGenMISTELBACHRLNWATWW318
425Raiffeisenbank im Weinviertel eGenMistelbachRLNWATWWMIB
426Raiffeisenbank im Weinviertel eGenMISTELBACHRLNWATWWPOY
427Raiffeisenbank Inneres Salzkammergut eGenBad IschlRZOOAT2L545
428Raiffeisenbank Innkreis Mitte eGenOrt im InnkreisRZOOAT2L200
429Raiffeisenbank Kematen eGenKematenRZTIAT22260
430Raiffeisenbank Kematen-Neuhofen eGenNeuhofen an der KremsRZOOAT2L214
431Raiffeisenbank Kirchdorf Tirol reg.Gen.m.b.H.KirchdorfRZTIAT22262
432Raiffeisenbank Kitzbuehel - St. Johann eGenKitzbuehelRZTIAT22254
433Raiffeisenbank Kitzbuehel - St. Johann eGenKitzbuehelRZTIAT22263
434Raiffeisenbank Kleinmuenchen/Linz eGenLinzRZOOAT2L226
435Raiffeisenbank Klosterneuburg eGenKlosterneuburgRLNWATWW367
436Raiffeisenbank Koessen-Schwendt eGenKoessenRZTIAT22264
437Raiffeisenbank Koetschach - Mauthen, reg.Gen.m.b.H.Koetschach-MauthenRZKTAT2K364
438Raiffeisenbank Kollerschlag eGenKollerschlagRZOOAT2L231
439Raiffeisenbank Korneuburg eGenKorneuburgRLNWATWWKOR
440Raiffeisenbank Krems eGenKrems an der DonauRLNWATWWKRE
441Raiffeisenbank Kuchl-St. Koloman eGenKuchlRVSAAT2S029
442Raiffeisenbank Kundl-Muenster eGenKundlRZTIAT22267
443Raiffeisenbank Kundl-Muenster eGenKundlRZTIAT22279
444Raiffeisenbank Laa/Thaya eGenLaa a.d. ThayaRLNWATWWLAA
445Raiffeisenbank Laengenfeld eGenLaengenfeldRZTIAT22268
446Raiffeisenbank Landskron - Gegendtal, reg.Gen.m.b.H.Villach-LandskronRZKTAT2K381
447Raiffeisenbank Langenlois eGenLangenloisRLNWATWW426
448Raiffeisenbank Langkampfen eGenLangkampfenRZTIAT22269
449Raiffeisenbank Lech am Arlberg eGenLechRVVGAT2B449
450Raiffeisenbank Leibnitz eGenLeibnitzRZSTAT2G206

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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