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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
601 Raiffeisenbank Region Parndorf eGen Parndorf RLBBAT2E072
602 Raiffeisenbank Region Pregarten eGen Pregarten RZOOAT2L460
603 Raiffeisenbank Region Ried i.I. eGen Ried im Innkreis RZOOAT2L450
604 Raiffeisenbank Region Rohrbach eGen Rohrbach-Berg(OOE) RZOOAT2L160
605 Raiffeisenbank Region Rohrbach eGen Rohrbach-Berg(OOE) RZOOAT2L410
606 Raiffeisenbank Region Schaerding eGen Schaerding RZOOAT2L455
607 Raiffeisenbank Region Schallaburg eGen Loosdorf/ Bez. Melk RLNWATWW455
608 Raiffeisenbank Region Schallaburg eGen PRINZERSDORF RLNWATWWPZD
609 Raiffeisenbank Region Schwanenstadt eGen Schwanenstadt RZOOAT2L400
610 Raiffeisenbank Region Schwanenstadt eGen Schwanenstadt RZOOAT2L630
611 Raiffeisenbank Region Schwechat eGen Schwechat RLNWATWW823
612 Raiffeisenbank Region Sierning-Enns eGen Enns Bst. Enns RZOOAT2L157
613 Raiffeisenbank Region Sierning-Enns eGen Sierning RZOOAT2L560
614 Raiffeisenbank Region St. Poelten eGen St. Poelten RLNWATWW769
615 Raiffeisenbank Region St. Poelten eGen ST. POELTEN RLNWATWWOBG
616 Raiffeisenbank Region Voecklabruck eGen Voecklabruck RZOOAT2L710
617 Raiffeisenbank Region Wagram eGen HAUSLEITEN RLNWATWWHSL
618 Raiffeisenbank Region Waldviertel Mitte eGen Zwettl RLNWATWWZWE
619 Raiffeisenbank Region Woerthersee eG Velden am Woerther See RZKTAT2K390
620 Raiffeisenbank Region Woerthersee eG Velden am Woerther See RZKTAT2K355
621 Raiffeisenbank Reutte reg.Gen.m.b.H. Reutte RBRTAT22BHJ
622 Raiffeisenbank Reutte reg.Gen.m.b.H. Reutte RBRTAT22
623 Raiffeisenbank Ried in Tirol Fendels-Toesens und Umgebung reg.Gen.m.b.H. Ried in Tirol RZTIAT22306
624 Raiffeisenbank Rosental, reg.Gen.m.b.H. Feistritz im Rosental RZKTAT2K487
625 Raiffeisenbank Rust-Moerbisch eGen Rust (Bgld.) RLBBAT2E055
626 Raiffeisenbank Rust-Moerbisch eGen Rust (Bgld.) RLBBAT2E085
627 Raiffeisenbank Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Viehhofen eGen Saalbach-Hinterglemm RVSAAT2S052
628 Raiffeisenbank Saalfelden reg.Gen.m.b.H. Saalfelden am Stein. Meer RVSAAT2S053
629 Raiffeisenbank Salzburg Liefering-Maxglan-Siezenheim eGen Salzburg RVSAAT2S054
630 Raiffeisenbank Salzburg Liefering-Maxglan-Siezenheim eGen Salzburg RVSAAT2S034
631 Raiffeisenbank Salzburger Seenland eGen Seekirchen am Wallersee RVSAAT2S047
632 Raiffeisenbank Salzkammergut eGen Gmunden RZOOAT2L510
633 Raiffeisenbank Schilcherland eGen Deutschlandsberg RZSTAT2G043
634 Raiffeisenbank Schilcherland eGen Deutschlandsberg RZSTAT2G375
635 Raiffeisenbank Schladming-Groebming eGen Groebming RZSTAT2G113
636 Raiffeisenbank Schladming-Groebming eGen Groebming RZSTAT2G481
637 Raiffeisenbank Schneebergland eGen Neunkirchen/ NOE RLNWATWW642
638 Raiffeisenbank Schneebergland eGen Neunkirchen/ NOE RLNWATWWNSM
639 Raiffeisenbank Schwertberg eGen Schwertberg RZOOAT2L613
640 Raiffeisenbank Seefeld-Leutasch-Reith-Scharnitz reg.Gen.m.b.H. Seefeld RZTIAT22314
641 Raiffeisenbank Seewinkel-Hansag eGen Andau RLBBAT2E002
642 Raiffeisenbank Serfaus-Fiss eGen Serfaus RZTIAT22315
643 Raiffeisenbank Sillian eGen Sillian RZTIAT22368
644 Raiffeisenbank Silz-Haiming und Umgebung eGen Silz RZTIAT22316
645 Raiffeisenbank Soelden eGen Soelden RZTIAT22324
646 Raiffeisenbank Soell - Scheffau reg.Gen.m.b.H. Soell RZTIAT22318
647 Raiffeisenbank St. Agatha eGen St. Agatha (OOE) RZOOAT2L521
648 Raiffeisenbank St. Anton am Arlberg eGen St. Anton am Arlberg RZTIAT22252
649 Raiffeisenbank St. Johann im Pongau reg.Gen.m.b.H. St. Johann im Pongau RVSAAT2S057
650 Raiffeisenbank St. Marien eGen St. Marien bei Neuhofen RZOOAT2L530


What is a SWIFT Code?

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:


  • 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.