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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 14

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
651 RAIFFEISENBANK NOE-SUED ALPIN ASPANG RLNWATWWASP
652 RAIFFEISENBANK NOERDLICHE OSTSTEIERMARK GRAFENDORF RZSTAT2G108
653 RAIFFEISENBANK NUSSDORF NUSSDORF RVSAAT2S044
654 RAIFFEISENBANK OBDACH - WEISSKIRCHEN OBDACH RZSTAT2G261
655 RAIFFEISENBANK OBERALM - PUCH OBERALM RVSAAT2S045
656 RAIFFEISENBANK OBERDRAUBURG OBERDRAUBURG RZKTAT2K431
657 RAIFFEISENBANK OBERDRAUTAL - WEISSENSEE GREIFENBURG RZKTAT2K322
658 RAIFFEISENBANK OBERES INNVIERTEL EGGELSBERG RZOOAT2L370
659 RAIFFEISENBANK OBERES LAVANTTAL BAD ST. LEONHARD IM LAVANTTAL RZKTAT2K491
660 RAIFFEISENBANK OBERES MOELLTAL WINKLERN RZKTAT2K561
661 RAIFFEISENBANK OBERES MUERZTAL MUERZZUSCHLAG RZSTAT2G240
662 RAIFFEISENBANK OBERES TRIESTINGTAL WEISSENBACH RLNWATWWWEB
663 RAIFFEISENBANK OBERES WALDVIERTEL SCHREMS RLNWATWWOWS
664 RAIFFEISENBANK OBERLAND EGEN ZAMS RZTIAT22359
665 RAIFFEISENBANK OBERLECHTAL ELBIGENALP RZTIAT22220
666 RAIFFEISENBANK OBERSCHUETZEN-BERNSTEIN-MARIASDORF-WIESFLECK EGEN OBERSCHUETZEN (OBERSCHUETZEN - BERNSTEIN - MARIASDORF) RLBBAT2E067
667 RAIFFEISENBANK OEBLARN OEBLARN RZSTAT2G266
668 RAIFFEISENBANK OHLSDORF OHLSDORF RZOOAT2L390
669 RAIFFEISENBANK OSSIACHER SEE BODENSDORF RZKTAT2K510
670 RAIFFEISENBANK OTTENSCHLAG-MARTINSBERG OTTENSCHLAG RLNWATW1615
671 RAIFFEISENBANK PABNEUKIRCHEN PABNEUKIRCHEN RZOOAT2L420
672 RAIFFEISENBANK PAMHAGEN EGEN PAMHAGEN (PAMHAGEN) RLBBAT2E071
673 RAIFFEISENBANK PASSAIL PASSAIL RZSTAT2G282
674 RAIFFEISENBANK PAYERBACH - REICHENAU - SCHARZAU IM GEBIRGE PAYERBACH RLNWATW1631
675 RAIFFEISENBANK PAZNAUN EGEN ISCHGL RZTIAT22248
676 RAIFFEISENBANK PERG PERG RZOOAT2L777
677 RAIFFEISENBANK PEUERBACH PEUERBACH RZOOAT2L442
678 RAIFFEISENBANK PIESENDORF PIESENDORF RVSAAT2S048
679 RAIFFEISENBANK PIESTING PIESTING RLNWATWW642
680 RAIFFEISENBANK PISCHELSDORF - STUBENBERG PISCHELSDORF RZSTAT2G285
681 RAIFFEISENBANK PITTENTAL/BUCKLIGE WELT REG.GEN.M.B.H. PITTEN (GEB) RLNWATW1647
682 RAIFFEISENBANK PITZTAL EGEN WENNS RZTIAT22353
683 RAIFFEISENBANK PODERSDORF AM SEE EGEN PODERSDORF AM SEE (PODERSDORF AM SEE) RLBBAT2E074
684 RAIFFEISENBANK POELLAU POELLAU BEI HARTBERG RZSTAT2G311
685 RAIFFEISENBANK POELLAU-BIRKFELD BIRKFELD RZSTAT2G023
686 RAIFFEISENBANK POELSTAL FOHNSDORF RZSTAT2G076
687 RAIFFEISENBANK POENDORF-FRANKENMARKT POENDORF RZOOAT2L434
688 RAIFFEISENBANK PRAMBACHKIRCHEN PRAMBACHKIRCHEN RZOOAT2L437
689 RAIFFEISENBANK PRAMET PRAMET RZOOAT2L438
690 RAIFFEISENBANK PREDING - HENGSBERG - ST.NIKOLAI/S. PREDING RZSTAT2G292
691 RAIFFEISENBANK PURBACH EGEN PURBACH (PURBACH) RLBBAT2E078
692 RAIFFEISENBANK RADENTHEIN - BAD KLEIN KIRCHHEIM RADENTHEIN RZKTAT2K457
693 RAIFFEISENBANK RADSTADT - UNTERTAUERN - FILZMOOS - FORSTAU RADSTADT RVSAAT2S049
694 RAIFFEISENBANK RANKWEIL RANKWEIL RVVGAT2B461
695 RAIFFEISENBANK RAURIS - BUCHEBEN RAURIS RVSAAT2S051
696 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION ALTHEIM ALTHEIM RZOOAT2L030
697 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION AMSTETTEN AMSTETTEN RLNWATWWAMS
698 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION BAD LEONFELDEN BAD LEONFELDEN RZOOAT2L277
699 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION BADEN EGEN BADEN RLNWATWWBAD
700 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION BRAUNAU BRAUNAU AM INN RZOOAT2L661