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What is a SWIFT Code?

Swift code or also commonly known as BIC Code is a standard format to uniquely identify a bank, financial institution and non-financial institution. This standard approved by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). BIC stands for Business Identifier Codes.

The codes are widely used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers or telegraphic transfer. Other uses include to transmit messages between financial institutions and banks.

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The Swift code can be either 8 or 11 characters long, and 8 digits code refers to the primary office. The code consists of 4 separate section, and the format arrange in the following manner;

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • The first 4 characters ("AAAA") specify the institution. Only letters.
  • The next 2 characters ("BB") specify the country where the instituions located. The code follows the format of ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code.
  • The next 2 characters ("CC") specify the instiution's location. Can be letters and digits. Passive participants will have "1" in the second character,
  • The last 3 characters ("DDD") specify the institution's branch. This section is an optional. A 'XXX' refers to a primary office. Can be letters and digits.


Austria Bank SWIFT Codes - Page 10

Austria The table below are the list of Swift Codes for all banks and institutions in Austria. Click on the Swift Code to find out the bank or institution details, address & maps.

No Bank or Institution City Branch SWIFT Code
451 RAIFFEISENBANK BAD WIMSBACH-NEYDHARTING BAD WIMSBACH RZOOAT2L750
452 RAIFFEISENBANK BERGHEIM BERGHEIM RVSAAT2S008
453 RAIFFEISENBANK BERNHARDSTHAL - GROSSKRUT - ALTLICHTENWARTH BERNHARDSTHAL RLNWATWWBGA
454 RAIFFEISENBANK BEZAU - MELLAU - BIZAU BEZAU RVVGAT2B406
455 RAIFFEISENBANK BISCHOFSHOFEN BISCHOFSHOFEN RVSAAT2S010
456 RAIFFEISENBANK BLEIBURG BLEIBURG RZKTAT2K272
457 RAIFFEISENBANK BLUDENZ BLUDENZ RVVGAT2B410
458 RAIFFEISENBANK BLUDENZ-MONTAFON EGEN SCHRUNS RVVGAT2B468
459 RAIFFEISENBANK BRAMBERG AM WILDKOGEL BRAMBERG AM WILDKOGEL RVSAAT2S011
460 RAIFFEISENBANK BRANDENBERG EGEN BRANDENBERG RZTIAT22213
461 RAIFFEISENBANK BREITENAU BREITENAU RZSTAT2G026
462 RAIFFEISENBANK BRIXEN IM THALE EGEN BRIXEN IM THALE RZTIAT22215
463 RAIFFEISENBANK BRUCK - FUSH - KAPRUN BRUCK AN DER GLOCKNERSTRASSE RVSAAT2S012
464 RAIFFEISENBANK BRUCK-CARNUNTUM BRUCK AN DER LEITHA RLNWATWWBRL
465 RAIFFEISENBANK BRUECKL - EBERSTEIN - KLEIN ST. PAUL - WAISENBERG BRUECKL RZKTAT2K271
466 RAIFFEISENBANK BUCH GALLZEIN UND STRASS REG.GEN.M.B.H. BUCH BEI JENBACH RZTIAT22272
467 RAIFFEISENBANK DEFEREGGENTAL EGEN ST. JAKOB IN DEFEREGGEN RZTIAT22367
468 RAIFFEISENBANK DEUTSCHLANDSBERG DEUTSCHLANDSBERG RZSTAT2G043
469 RAIFFEISENBANK DONAU-AMEISBERG SARLEINSBACH RZOOAT2L075
470 RAIFFEISENBANK DONNERSKIRCHEN-OGGAU-SCHUETZEN/GEB. DONNERSKIRCHEN (DONNERSKIRCHEN-OGGAU-SCHUETZEN) RLBBAT2E012
471 RAIFFEISENBANK DRASSMARKT-KOBERSDORF-ST.MARTIN EGEN DRASSMARKT (DRASSMARKT-KOBERSDORF-ST.MARTIN) RLBBAT2E014
472 RAIFFEISENBANK DRAUTAL PATERNION RZKTAT2K442
473 RAIFFEISENBANK DREILAENDERECK BGLD-NORD EGEN NICKELSDORF RLBBAT2E038
474 RAIFFEISENBANK DREILAENDERECK BGLD-NORD EGEN NICKELSDORF RLBBAT2E063
475 RAIFFEISENBANK DREILAENDERECK BGLD-NORD EGEN ZURNDORF RLBBAT2E114
476 RAIFFEISENBANK EBERNDORF EBERNDORF RZKTAT2K288
477 RAIFFEISENBANK EBERSCHWANG EBERSCHWANG RZOOAT2L081
478 RAIFFEISENBANK EDELSCHROTT EDELSCHROTT RZSTAT2G053
479 RAIFFEISENBANK EDT-LAMBACH LAMBACH RZOOAT2L083
480 RAIFFEISENBANK EGGENBURG EGGENBURG RLNWATWW123
481 RAIFFEISENBANK EHRWALD-LERMOOS-BIBERWIER EGEN EHRWALD RZTIAT22219
482 RAIFFEISENBANK ENNSTAL TERNBERG RZOOAT2L080
483 RAIFFEISENBANK ENNSTAL TERNBERG RZOOAT2L126
484 RAIFFEISENBANK ERL EGEN ERL RZTIAT22223
485 RAIFFEISENBANK EUGENDORF - PLAINFELD EUGENDORF RVSAAT2S015
486 RAIFFEISENBANK FAISTENAU - HINTERSEE FAISTENAU RVSAAT2S016
487 RAIFFEISENBANK FEHRING - ST. ANNA AM AIGEN FEHRING RZSTAT2G071
488 RAIFFEISENBANK FELDBACH-GNAS-BAD GLEICHENBERG FELDBACH RZSTAT2G497
489 RAIFFEISENBANK FELDKIRCH FELDKIRCH RVVGAT2B422
490 RAIFFEISENBANK FELDKIRCHEN-GOLDWOERTH FELDKIRCHEN RZOOAT2L100
491 RAIFFEISENBANK FELDKIRCHEN-KALSDORF KALSDORF RZSTAT2G072
492 RAIFFEISENBANK FINKENSTEIN-FAAKER SEE REG.GEN.MBH FINKENSTEIN RZKTAT2K383
493 RAIFFEISENBANK FRASTANZ - SATTEINS FRASTANZ RVVGAT2B424
494 RAIFFEISENBANK FRAUENKIRCHEN EGEN FRAUENKIRCHEN (FRAUENKIRCHEN) RLBBAT2E116
495 RAIFFEISENBANK FREISTADT RUST EGEN RUST (RUST) RLBBAT2E085
496 RAIFFEISENBANK FRIESACH - METNITZTAL FRIESACH RZKTAT2K501
497 RAIFFEISENBANK FUERNITZ FUERNITZ RZKTAT2K305
498 RAIFFEISENBANK FUERSTENFELD FUERSTENFELD RZSTAT2G077
499 RAIFFEISENBANK FULPMES-TELFES IM STUBAI EGEN FULPMES RZTIAT22230
500 RAIFFEISENBANK GAMLITZ GAMLITZ RZSTAT2G094