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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
301 Raiffeisen Regionalbank Fuegen-Kaltenbach-Zell eGen Fuegen RZTIAT22360
302 Raiffeisen Regionalbank Hall in Tirol eGen Hall in Tirol RZTIAT22362
303 Raiffeisen Regionalbank Laengsee-Hochosterwitz eGen Launsdorf RZKTAT2K384
304 Raiffeisen Regionalbank Moedling eGen Moedling RLNWATWWGTD
305 Raiffeisen Regionalbank Moedling eGen PERCHTOLDSDORF RLNWATWWPDF
306 Raiffeisen Regionalbank Schwaz eGen SCHWAZ RZTIAT22322
307 Raiffeisen-Bezirksbank Spittal/Drau, reg.Gen.m.b.H. Spittal an der Drau RZKTAT2K267
308 Raiffeisen-Bezirksbank St. Veit a.d. Glan-Feldkirchen, reg.Gen.m.b.H. St. Veit an der Glan RZKTAT2K407
309 Raiffeisen-Bezirksbank St. Veit a.d. Glan-Feldkirchen, reg.Gen.m.b.H. St. Veit an der Glan RZKTAT2K475
310 Raiffeisen-Bezirksbank St. Veit a.d. Glan-Feldkirchen, reg.Gen.m.b.H. St. Veit an der Glan RZKTAT2K505
311 Raiffeisen-Bezirksbank St. Veit a.d. Glan-Feldkirchen, reg.Gen.m.b.H. St. Veit an der Glan RZKTAT2K254
312 Raiffeisen-Landesbank Steiermark AG GRAZ RZSTAT2G
313 Raiffeisen-Landesbank Tirol AG INNSBRUCK RZTIAT22
314 Raiffeisen-Regionalbank Gaenserndorf eGen Gaenserndorf RLNWATWWGAE
315 Raiffeisenbank Absam eGen Absam RZTIAT22200
316 Raiffeisenbank Abtenau-Russbach reg.Gen.m.b.H. Abtenau RVSAAT2S001
317 Raiffeisenbank Admont eGen Admont RZSTAT2G001
318 Raiffeisenbank Aichfeld eGen Knittelfeld RZSTAT2G346
319 Raiffeisenbank Alberschwende eGen Alberschwende RVVGAT2B401
320 Raiffeisenbank Almtal eGen Gruenau im Almtal RZOOAT2L127
321 Raiffeisenbank Alpbachtal eGen Alpbach RZTIAT22203
322 Raiffeisenbank Alpbachtal eGen Alpbach RZTIAT22303
323 Raiffeisenbank Altenmarkt-Flachau-Eben eGen Altenmarkt im Pongau RVSAAT2S004
324 Raiffeisenbank Althofen - Guttaring, reg.Gen.m.b.H. Treibach-Althofen RZKTAT2K255
325 Raiffeisenbank Althofen - Guttaring, reg.Gen.m.b.H. Treibach-Althofen RBANAT2A
326 Raiffeisenbank am Hofsteig eGen Wolfurt RVVGAT2B482
327 Raiffeisenbank amKumma eGen Goetzis RVVGAT2B429
328 Raiffeisenbank amKumma eGen Goetzis RVVGAT2B402
329 Raiffeisenbank Anif-Niederalm eGen Anif RVSAAT2S005
330 Raiffeisenbank Annaberg-Lungoetz reg.Gen.m.b.H. Annaberg RVSAAT2S006
331 Raiffeisenbank Anthering - Elixhausen eGen Anthering RVSAAT2S007
332 Raiffeisenbank Arnoldstein-Fuernitz eG Arnoldstein RZKTAT2K257
333 Raiffeisenbank Arnoldstein-Fuernitz eG Arnoldstein RZKTAT2K305
334 Raiffeisenbank Arzl im Pitztal und Imsterberg reg.Gen.m.b.H. Arzl im Pitztal RZTIAT22207
335 Raiffeisenbank Aspach-Wildenau eGen Aspach im Innkreis RZOOAT2L016
336 Raiffeisenbank Attergau eGen St. Georgen im Attergau RZOOAT2L523
337 Raiffeisenbank Attersee-Nord eGen Seewalchen am Attersee RZOOAT2L608
338 Raiffeisenbank Attersee-Sued eGen Nussdorf am Attersee RZOOAT2L363
339 Raiffeisenbank Au eGen BREGENZ RVVGAT2B405
340 Raiffeisenbank Auersthal-Bockfliess-Gross Schweinbarth eGen Auersthal RLNWATWWAUE
341 Raiffeisenbank Bad Radkersburg-Kloech eGen Bad Radkersburg RZSTAT2G312
342 Raiffeisenbank Bad Wimsbach-Neydharting eGen Bad Wimsbach-Neydharting RZOOAT2L750
343 Raiffeisenbank Bezau-Mellau-Bizau eGen Bezau RVVGAT2B406
344 Raiffeisenbank Bischofshofen eGen Bischofshofen RVSAAT2S010
345 Raiffeisenbank Bleiburg reg.Gen.m.b.H. Bleiburg RZKTAT2K272
346 Raiffeisenbank Bludenz-Montafon eGen Bludenz RVVGAT2B468
347 Raiffeisenbank Bludenz-Montafon eGen Bludenz RVVGAT2B410
348 Raiffeisenbank Bodensee-Leiblachtal eGen Hard (Vbg.) RVVGAT2B431
349 Raiffeisenbank Bodensee-Leiblachtal eGen Hard (Vbg.) RVVGAT2B439
350 Raiffeisenbank Brixen im Thale eGen Brixen im Thale RZTIAT22215


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.