RZOOAT2L747 - Raiffeisenbank Weyer eGen

Key information for Raiffeisenbank Weyer eGen
  • SWIFT Code RZOOAT2L747
  • Bank Raiffeisenbank Weyer eGen
  • Address Marktplatz 11, Weyer (OOE)
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Detailed information about SWIFT Code RZOOAT2L747
BankRaiffeisenbank Weyer eGen
AddressMarktplatz 11
CityWeyer (OOE)
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Raiffeisenbank Weyer eGen
RZOO Bank Code
AT Country Code
2L Location Code
747 Branch Code

SWIFT Code RZOOAT2L747 Breakdown

Bank Code
RZOO - code assigned to Raiffeisenbank Weyer eGen
Country Code
AT - code belongs to Austria
Location Code
2L - code represents the institution location
Code Status
L - L means active code
Branch Code
747 - code indicates this is a branch office
Head Office
RZOOAT2L - primary office of Raiffeisenbank Weyer eGen, Austria

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