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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 15

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
701 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION BRAUNAU BRAUNAU AM INN (BRAUNAU AM INN) RZOOAT2L060
702 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION EFERDING EFERDING RZOOAT2L180
703 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION EISENWURZEN WIESELBURG RLNWATWW939
704 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION FREISTADT FREISTADT RZOOAT2L110
705 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION GALLNEUKIRCHEN GALLNEUKIRCHEN RZOOAT2L111
706 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION GLEISDORF GLEISDORF RZSTAT2G103
707 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION GRAZ-THALERHOF GRAZ RZSTAT2G477
708 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION GRIESKIRCHEN GRIESKIRCHEN RZOOAT2L736
709 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION HAUSRUCK HAAG AM HAUSRUCK RZOOAT2L250
710 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION KIRCHDORF KIRCHDORF (KREMS) RZOOAT2L380
711 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION KIRCHDORF KREMSMUENSTER RZOOAT2L233
712 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION KIRCHDORF MICHELDORF RZOOAT2L318
713 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION KIRCHDORF MOLLN RZOOAT2L321
714 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION KIRCHDORF NUSSBACH RZOOAT2L362
715 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION KIRCHDORF PETTENBACH RZOOAT2L427
716 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION KIRCHDORF RIED IM TRAUNKREIS RZOOAT2L481
717 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION KIRCHDORF SCHLIERBACH RZOOAT2L606
718 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION NEUFELDEN ST. PETER AM WIMBERG RZOOAT2L300
719 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION PARNDORF EGEN PARNDORF (PARNDORF-NEUDORF-POTZNEUSIEDL-GATTENDORF) RLBBAT2E072
720 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION PREGARTEN PREGARTEN RZOOAT2L460
721 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION RIED RIED IM INNKREIS RZOOAT2L450
722 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION ROHRBACH ROHRBACH RZOOAT2L410
723 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION SCHAERDING SCHAERDING RZOOAT2L455
724 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION SCHALLABURG EGEN LOOSDORF RLNWATW1477
725 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION SCHWANENSTADT SCHWANENSTADT RZOOAT2L400
726 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION SCHWANENSTADT SCHWANENSTADT RZOOAT2L630
727 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION SCHWECHAT SCHWECHAT RLNWATWW823
728 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION SIERNING SIERNING RZOOAT2L560
729 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION SIERNING-ENNS ENNS RZOOAT2L157
730 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION ST. POELTEN ST. POELTEN RLNWATWWOBG
731 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION STEYR GARSTEN RZOOAT2L114
732 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION VOECKLABRUCK VOECKLABRUCK RZOOAT2L710
733 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION WAGRAM EGEN ABSDORF RLNWATW1002
734 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION WALDVIERTEL MITTE ZWETTL RLNWATWWZWE
735 RAIFFEISENBANK REGION WOERTHERSEE EG VELDEN AM WOERTHERSEE RZKTAT2K390
736 RAIFFEISENBANK REICHENAU REICHENAU IM MUEHLKREIS RZOOAT2L475
737 RAIFFEISENBANK REICHENAU - GNESAU EBENE REICHENAU RZKTAT2K461
738 RAIFFEISENBANK REITH IM ALPBACHTAL EGEN REITH IM ALPBACHTAL RZTIAT22303
739 RAIFFEISENBANK REUTTE JUNGHOLZ RBRTAT22BHJ
740 RAIFFEISENBANK REUTTE REUTTE RBRTAT22
741 RAIFFEISENBANK RIED IN TIROL, FENDELS, TOESENS UND UMG. REG.GEN.M.B.H. RIED RZTIAT22306
742 RAIFFEISENBANK RIEGERSBURG - BREITENFELD RIEGERSBURG RZSTAT2G326
743 RAIFFEISENBANK ROSENTAL FEISTRITZ IM ROSENTHAL RZKTAT2K487
744 RAIFFEISENBANK SAALBACH - VIEHHOFEN SAALBACH RVSAAT2S052
745 RAIFFEISENBANK SAALFELDEN SAALFELDEN RVSAAT2S053
746 RAIFFEISENBANK SALZBURG - LIEFERING SALZBURG (LIEFERING) RVSAAT2S034
747 RAIFFEISENBANK SALZBURG MAXGLAN - SIEZENHEIM SALZBURG (MAXGLAN) RVSAAT2S054
748 RAIFFEISENBANK SALZBURGER SEENLAND SEEKIRCHEN RVSAAT2S047
749 RAIFFEISENBANK SALZKAMMERGUT GMUNDEN RZOOAT2L510
750 RAIFFEISENBANK SCHILCHERLAND ST. STEFAN OB STAINZ RZSTAT2G375