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Austria Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Austria. Only active SWIFT codes are shown. All passive (i.e. inactive) codes are excluded from the list.


ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
1 Addiko Bank AG Wien HSEEAT2K
2 AGRANA Beteiligungs-AG Wien AGRXATWW
3 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG ENNS Zweigniederlassung Enns ASPKAT2LENN
4 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG ERNSTHOFEN Filiale Ernsthofen GIBAATWWHA2
5 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG FREISTADT Zweigniederlassung Freistadt ASPKAT2LFRE
6 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG GMUNDEN Zweigniederlassung Gmunden ASPKAT2LGMU
7 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG GRIESKIRCHEN Zweigniederlassung Grieskirchen ASPKAT2LGRI
8 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG GRUENBURG (OOE) Zweigniederlassung Gruenburg - Weyer ASPKAT2LGRU
9 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG LINZ ASPKAT2LSTE
10 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG Linz ASPKAT2L
11 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG LINZ GIBAATWWHA8
12 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG MAUTHAUSEN Zweigniederlassung Mauthausen-Grein ASPKAT2LMTH
13 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG OBERNBERG AM INN Zweigniederlassung Obernberg (Inn) ASPKAT2LOBE
14 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG PERG Zweigniederlassung Perg ASPKAT2LPER
15 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG RAAB (OOE) Zweigniederlassung Raab ASPKAT2LRAA
16 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG SCHAERDING Zweigniederlassung Schaerding ASPKAT2LSRD
17 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG SCHWANENSTADT Zweigniederlassung Schwanenstadt ASPKAT2LSWA
18 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG SEITENSTETTEN Filiale Seitenstetten GIBAATWWHA7
19 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG ST. FLORIAN BEI LINZ Zweigniederlassung St. Florian ASPKAT2LSTF
20 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG ST.PETER/AU Filiale St.Peter/Au GIBAATWWHA5
21 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG ST.VALENTIN Filiale St.Valentin GIBAATWWHA6
22 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG VOECKLABRUCK Zweigniederlassung Voecklabruck ASPKAT2LVOE
23 Allgemeine Sparkasse Oberoesterreich BankAG WELS Zweigniederlassung Wels ASPKAT2LWEL
24 Allianz Invest Kapitalanlagegesellschaft mbH Wien ALIKATW2
25 Alpen Privatbank AG Riezlern ALPEAT22
26 Amundi Austria GmbH Wien CIVTATWW
27 ANDRITZ AG GRAZ ANIIAT2G
28 Austrian Anadi Bank AG Klagenfurt HAABAT2KKLA
29 Austrian Anadi Bank AG Klagenfurt HAABAT2K
30 Banco do Brasil AG Wien BRASATWW
31 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Bludenz Filiale Bludenz BTVAAT22BLU
32 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Bregenz Filiale Bregenz BTVAAT22BRE
33 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Dornbirn Filiale Dornbirn BTVAAT22DOR
34 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Feldkirch Filiale Feldkirch BTVAAT22FDK
35 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Imst Filiale Imst BTVAAT22IMS
36 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Innsbruck BTVAAT22EHR
37 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Innsbruck BTVAAT22GOE
38 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Innsbruck BTVAAT22HOH
39 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Innsbruck BTVAAT22VLS
40 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Innsbruck BTVAAT22
41 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Innsbruck BTVAAT22KIB
42 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Kitzbuehel Filiale Kitzbuehel BTVAAT22KIT
43 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Kufstein Filiale Kufstein BTVAAT22KUF
44 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Landeck Filiale Landeck BTVAAT22LAN
45 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Lienz Filiale Lienz BTVAAT22LIE
46 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Mayrhofen Filiale Mayrhofen BTVAAT22MAY
47 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Reutte Filiale Reutte BTVAAT22REU
48 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Schwaz Filiale Schwaz BTVAAT22SWZ
49 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Seefeld Filiale Seefeld BTVAAT22SEE
50 Bank fuer Tirol und Vorarlberg AG Soelden Zwnl.Soelden BTVAAT22SOE

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A SWIFT Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used to specify a particular bank or branch. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also use these codes for exchanging messages between them.

SWIFT codes comprise of 8 or 11 characters. All 11 digit codes refer to specific branches, while 8 digit codes (or those ending in 'XXX') refer to the head or primary office. SWIFT codes are formatted as follows:

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • First 4 characters - bank code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - location code, passive participant will have "1" in the second character (letters and digits)
  • Last 3 characters - branch code, optional - 'XXX' for primary office (letters and digits)

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The registrations of SWIFT codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium. SWIFT is the registered trademark of S.W.I.F.T. SCRL with a registered address at Avenue Adèle 1, B-1310 La Hulpe, Belgium.