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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
401 Raiffeisenbank Graz-Strassgang eGen GRAZ RZSTAT2G439
402 Raiffeisenbank Grein eGen Grein RZOOAT2L068
403 Raiffeisenbank Groedig eGen Groedig RVSAAT2S018
404 Raiffeisenbank Grossarl-Huettschlag eGen Grossarl RVSAAT2S019
405 Raiffeisenbank Grossgmain eGen Grossgmain RVSAAT2S020
406 Raiffeisenbank Grosswilfersdorf eGen Grosswilfersdorf RZSTAT2G122
407 Raiffeisenbank Gunskirchen eGen Gunskirchen RZOOAT2L129
408 Raiffeisenbank Gunskirchen eGen PICHL BEI WELS Zws. Pichl bei Wels RZOOAT2L430
409 Raiffeisenbank Gurktal, reg.Gen.m.b.H. Strassburg (Ktn.) RZKTAT2K511
410 Raiffeisenbank Halbenrain-Tieschen eGen Halbenrain RZSTAT2G128
411 Raiffeisenbank Hallein eGen Hallein RVSAAT2S022
412 Raiffeisenbank Handenberg - St. Georgen a. F. eGen Handenberg RZOOAT2L155
413 Raiffeisenbank Hausmannstaetten eGen Hausmannstaetten RZSTAT2G133
414 Raiffeisenbank Heideboden eGen St. Andrae bei Frauenkirchen RLBBAT2E090
415 Raiffeisenbank Heiligenkreuz-Kirchbach -St. Georgen eGen Kirchbach (Stmk.) RZSTAT2G170
416 Raiffeisenbank Heiligenkreuz-Kirchbach -St. Georgen eGen Kirchbach (Stmk.) RZSTAT2G335
417 Raiffeisenbank Hermagor, reg.Gen.m.b.H. Hermagor RZKTAT2K543
418 Raiffeisenbank Hinterstoder und Vorderstoder eGen Hinterstoder RZOOAT2L165
419 Raiffeisenbank Hippach und Umgebung eGen Ramsau im Zillertal RZTIAT22241
420 Raiffeisenbank Hitzendorf-Rein eGen Hitzendorf RZSTAT2G138
421 Raiffeisenbank Hochkoenig eGen Maria Alm am Steinernen Meer RVSAAT2S003
422 Raiffeisenbank Hoersching-Thening eGen Hoersching RZOOAT2L170
423 Raiffeisenbank Hof-Koppl-Ebenau eGen Hof bei Salzburg RVSAAT2S025
424 Raiffeisenbank Hopfgarten im Brixental eGen Hopfgarten RZTIAT22245
425 Raiffeisenbank Horitschon und Umgebung eGen Horitschon RLBBAT2E031
426 Raiffeisenbank Huettau-St. Martin-Niedernfritz reg.Gen.m.b.H. Huettau RVSAAT2S027
427 Raiffeisenbank Huettenberg - Wieting, reg.Gen.m.b.H. Huettenberg RZKTAT2K340
428 Raiffeisenbank Ilz-Grosssteinbach-Riegersburg eGen Ilz RZSTAT2G120
429 Raiffeisenbank Ilz-Grosssteinbach-Riegersburg eGen Ilz RZSTAT2G151
430 Raiffeisenbank Ilz-Grosssteinbach-Riegersburg eGen Ilz RZSTAT2G326
431 Raiffeisenbank Im Rheintal eGen DORNBIRN RVVGAT2B420
432 RAIFFEISENBANK im Walgau eGen Nenzing RVVGAT2B458
433 RAIFFEISENBANK im Walgau eGen Nenzing RVVGAT2B424
434 Raiffeisenbank im Weinviertel eGen HOHENRUPPERSDORF RLNWATWW318
435 Raiffeisenbank im Weinviertel eGen Mistelbach RLNWATWWMIB
436 Raiffeisenbank Inneres Salzkammergut eGen Bad Ischl RZOOAT2L545
437 Raiffeisenbank Innkreis Mitte eGen Ort im Innkreis RZOOAT2L200
438 Raiffeisenbank Kematen eGen Kematen RZTIAT22260
439 Raiffeisenbank Kematen-Neuhofen eGen Neuhofen an der Krems RZOOAT2L214
440 Raiffeisenbank Kirchdorf Tirol reg.Gen.m.b.H. Kirchdorf RZTIAT22262
441 Raiffeisenbank Kitzbuehel - St. Johann eGen Kitzbuehel RZTIAT22254
442 Raiffeisenbank Kitzbuehel - St. Johann eGen Kitzbuehel RZTIAT22263
443 Raiffeisenbank Kleinmuenchen/Linz eGen LINZ RZOOAT2L226
444 Raiffeisenbank Klosterneuburg eGen Klosterneuburg RLNWATWW367
445 Raiffeisenbank Koenigsdorf eGen Koenigsdorf (Bgld.) RLBBAT2E041
446 Raiffeisenbank Koessen-Schwendt eGen Koessen RZTIAT22264
447 Raiffeisenbank Koetschach - Mauthen, reg.Gen.m.b.H. Koetschach-Mauthen RZKTAT2K364
448 Raiffeisenbank Kollerschlag eGen Kollerschlag RZOOAT2L231
449 Raiffeisenbank Korneuburg eGen Korneuburg RLNWATWWKOR
450 Raiffeisenbank Krems eGen Krems an der Donau RLNWATWWKRE


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.