Take the following steps to connect your Raiffeisen Bank (Austria) account to the Airbank App.

First, please go to the "Connect new bank" button in the upper right-hand corner of the dashboard & click on it.

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Now, type in "Raiffeisen Bank Austria" (in the search field - see screenshot below).

Screenshot connect Raiffeisen Bank Austria

Click on "Raiffeisen Bank Austria".

Now, please provide your "Branch number" and your account number and click on "Next".

screenshot connect Raiffeisen Bank Austria

After a few seconds you will be redirected to the Raiffeisen Bank (Austria) log-in page.

Now, please provide your "state" (the federal state in which your branch is located) or your "bank" (the particular Raiffeisen Bank branch), as well as your "signatory number" (your user ID) and your PIN.

You will be redirected to a separate page which allows you to tick off which types of information you wish to share via the PSD2-interface.

Please follow the displayed instructions and confirm the entry by providing your PIN, as well as the TAN code sent to you via text message.

Important: At the present time, Raiffeisen Bank Austria only provides partial banking data via their PSD2-interface (with some transaction reference information not available).

Congratulations! Your Raiffeisen Bank Austria account is now connected!

You should now be redirected to the Airbank App and see the Raiffeisen Bank Austria icon in upper left-hand corner of the your banking dashboard.

Important: Please do not hesitate to get in touch with Airbank' s support team should you experience any issues or require additional support.

Just use the chat function on the Airbank homepage or in Airbank App (the speech bubble symbol in the lower right-hand corner) or send an email to: help@joinairbank.com.

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