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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
551 Raiffeisenbank Perg eGen Perg RZOOAT2L637
552 Raiffeisenbank Perg eGen Perg RZOOAT2L777
553 Raiffeisenbank Peuerbach eGen Peuerbach RZOOAT2L442
554 Raiffeisenbank Piesendorf reg.Gen.m.b.H. Piesendorf RVSAAT2S048
555 Raiffeisenbank Pischelsdorf-Stubenberg eGen Pischelsdorf am Kulm RZSTAT2G285
556 Raiffeisenbank Pitztal eGen Wenns RZTIAT22353
557 Raiffeisenbank Poellau-Birkfeld eGen Birkfeld RZSTAT2G023
558 Raiffeisenbank Poendorf - Frankenmarkt eGen Poendorf RZOOAT2L434
559 Raiffeisenbank Prambachkirchen eGen Prambachkirchen RZOOAT2L437
560 Raiffeisenbank Pramet eGen Pramet RZOOAT2L438
561 Raiffeisenbank Purbach eGen Purbach am Neusiedlersee RLBBAT2E078
562 Raiffeisenbank Radstadt-Untertauern-Filzmoos-Forstau reg.Gen.m.b.H. Radstadt RVSAAT2S049
563 Raiffeisenbank Rankweil reg.Gen.m.b.H. Rankweil RVVGAT2B461
564 Raiffeisenbank Rauris-Bucheben reg.Gen.m.b.H. Rauris RVSAAT2S051
565 Raiffeisenbank Region Altheim eGen Altheim RZOOAT2L030
566 Raiffeisenbank Region Amstetten eGen Amstetten RLNWATWWAMS
567 Raiffeisenbank Region Amstetten eGen Amstetten RLNWATWWASC
568 Raiffeisenbank Region Amstetten eGen Amstetten RLNWATWWSGY
569 Raiffeisenbank Region Amstetten eGen ST. VALENTIN RLNWATWWSVH
570 Raiffeisenbank Region Bad Leonfelden eGen Bad Leonfelden RZOOAT2L277
571 Raiffeisenbank Region Baden eGen Baden bei Wien RLNWATWWBAD
572 Raiffeisenbank Region Baden eGen EBREICHSDORF RLNWATWWEBD
573 Raiffeisenbank Region Braunau eGen Braunau am Inn RZOOAT2L060
574 Raiffeisenbank Region Braunau eGen Braunau am Inn RZOOAT2L661
575 Raiffeisenbank Region Eferding eGen Eferding RZOOAT2L180
576 Raiffeisenbank Region Fehring eGen Fehring RZSTAT2G071
577 Raiffeisenbank Region Fehring eGen Fehring RZSTAT2G132
578 Raiffeisenbank Region Feldbach eGen Feldbach RZSTAT2G131
579 Raiffeisenbank Region Feldbach eGen Feldbach RZSTAT2G497
580 Raiffeisenbank Region Freistadt eGen Freistadt (OOE) RZOOAT2L110
581 Raiffeisenbank Region Gallneukirchen eGen Gallneukirchen RZOOAT2L111
582 Raiffeisenbank Region Gallneukirchen eGen Gallneukirchen RZOOAT2L161
583 Raiffeisenbank Region Gallneukirchen eGen Gallneukirchen RZOOAT2L475
584 Raiffeisenbank Region Gleisdorf eGen Gleisdorf RZSTAT2G103
585 Raiffeisenbank Region Graz-Thalerhof eGen Kalsdorf bei Graz RZSTAT2G477
586 Raiffeisenbank Region Grieskirchen eGen Grieskirchen RZOOAT2L736
587 Raiffeisenbank Region Hartberg eGen Hartberg RZSTAT2G403
588 Raiffeisenbank Region Hartberg eGen Hartberg RZSTAT2G411
589 Raiffeisenbank Region Hausruck eGen Haag am Hausruck RZOOAT2L250
590 Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGen Kirchdorf an der Krems RZOOAT2L380
591 Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGen Kremsmuenster Zws. Kremsmuenster RZOOAT2L233
592 Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGen Micheldorf Zws.Micheldorf RZOOAT2L318
593 Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGen Molln Zws. Molln RZOOAT2L321
594 Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGen Nussbach, Oberoesterreich Zws.Nussbach RZOOAT2L362
595 Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGen Pettenbach Zws. Pettenbach RZOOAT2L427
596 Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGen Ried im Traunkreis Zws. Ried im Traunkreis RZOOAT2L481
597 Raiffeisenbank Region Kirchdorf eGen Schlierbach, Oberoesterreich Zws. Schlierbach RZOOAT2L606
598 Raiffeisenbank Region Neufelden eGen St. Martin im Muehlkreis RZOOAT2L361
599 Raiffeisenbank Region Neufelden eGen St. Martin im Muehlkreis RZOOAT2L535
600 Raiffeisenbank Region Neufelden eGen St. Martin im Muehlkreis RZOOAT2L300

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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.