SWIFT Codes for banks in Italy

SWIFT Codes for main Italy Banks

  1. Banca Monte Dei Paschi Di Siena
  2. Banco BPM SPA
  3. Banco Nazionale Del Lavoro
  4. Chebanca
  5. ING
  6. Intesa Sanpaolo
  7. Poste Italiane
  8. Unicredit

SWIFT Codes for banks in Italy

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Italy. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. Passive participants codes are excluded from the list.

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IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
12019 POPOLARE BARI SME S.R.L.CONEGLIANOPBERIT22
2ABC INTERNATIONAL BANK PLC-MILAN BRANCHMILANOABCOITMM
3ABRAMO CUSTOMER CARE SPAROMAABUAITR2
4ACOMEA SGR S.P.A.MILANOACEAITMM
5AFONE PAIEMENT SAMILANOAFPAITM2
6AFONE PAIEMENT SAMILANOMILANOAFOPITM2
7AFV ACCIAIERIE BELTRAME S.P.A.VICENZAAABMIT22
8AGAVE SPE S.R.L.MILANOAAERITM2
9ALBA 11 WH S.R.L.CONEGLIANO VENETOABRLIT22
10ALETHEIA SPE SRLMILANOAHSRITM2
11ALEXANDER SPE S.R.L.MILANOAEPLITM2
12ALGORAB S.R.L.LAVISAOSRIT22
13ALLFUNDS BANKMILANOSEDEALLFITMM
14ALLIANZ BANK FINANCIAL ADVISORS SPAMILANOBKRAITMA
15ALLIANZ BANK FINANCIAL ADVISORS SPAMILANOFILIALE DI MILANOBKRAITMM
16ALMO NATURE S.P.A.GENOVAALMOITGG
17AMB S.P.A.SAN DANIELE DEL FRIULIABBBIT22
18AMERINA SPV SRLROMAAEPRITR2
19APPIA SPV SRLROMAAPVSITR2
20AQUA SPE SRLMILANOAQPRITM2
21ARCA FONDI SGR S.P.A.MILANOARCGITMA
22ARES SPV S.R.L.MILANOAEVSITM2
23ARPER S.P.A.MONASTIER DI TREVISOAPPEIT2T
24ARTERRA BIOSCIENCE S.P.A.NAPOLIAROIITN2
25ASSET-BACKED EUROPEAN SECURITISATION TRANSACTION EIGHTEENCONEGLIANO VENETOAEETIT22
26ASSET-BACKED EUROPEAN SECURITISATION TRANSACTION SEVENTEEN SRLCONEGLIANO VENETOAESOIT22
27ASSICURAZIONI GENERALITRIESTEASGNIT22
28ASTALDI SPAROMAASTDITRR
29ASTI GROUP RMBS IIROMAASRMITR2
30ASTREA QUATTRO SPV S.R.L.MILANOAQPSITM2
31ATTIJARIWAFA BANK EUROPE MILANMILANOATTIJARIWAFA BANK EUROPE DIREZ.NE ITALIABCMAITMM
32AUTO ABS ITALIAN BALLOON 2019-1 SRLMILANOAATBITM2
33AZIMUT CAPITAL MANAGEMENT SGR SPAMILANOAZFMITMM
34AZIMUT CAPITAL MANAGEMENT SGR SPAMILANOAZCSITMM
35B.C.C. DI RECANATI E COLMURANO - RECANATI (MC) SCRLRECANATIICRAITRRL90
36B.M. TECNOLOGIE INDUSTRIALI S.R.L.RUBANOTEISIT22
37BAHIA SPE S.R.L.MILANOBHSRITM2
38BAMBOO SPE SRLMILANOBMSSITM2
39BANCA 5 S.P.A.MILANOMILANO SEDEITBBITMM
40BANCA ADRIA COLLI EUGANEIADRIA(ADRIA)CCRTIT2T97A
41BANCA AGRICOLA POPOLARE DI RAGUSARAGUSASEDE CENTRALE - DIREZIONE GENERALEPOPRIT3R
42BANCA AKROS SPAMILANOSEDEAKROITMM
43BANCA ALBERTINI S.P.A.MILANOSEDEALSSITM2
44BANCA ALETTI E C. S.P.A. (BANCO BPM GROUP)MILANO(HEAD OFFICE)ALETITMM
45BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP.CARRU'(FILIALE OPERATIVA)ICRAITRRCI0
46BANCA ALTA TOSCANA CREDITO COOPERATIVO S.C.QUARRATASEDE DI VIGNOLEICRAITRRPM0
47BANCA ALTO VICENTINO CREDITO COOPERATIVO DI SCHIO E PEDEMONTE SOC. COOPERATIVASCHIOSEDE SCHIOCCRTIT2TF01
48BANCA CAMBIANO 1884 SPAFIRENZEFILIALE CASTELFIORENTINOCRACIT33
49BANCA CAMBIANO 1884 SPASESTO FIORENTINO(AG. SESTO FIORENTINO)CRACIT33326
50BANCA CARIGE SPA - CASSA DI RISPARMIO DI GENOVA E IMPERIAALASSIOFILIALE ALASSIOCRGEITGG201

Last Database Update : 01-OCT-2020

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About SWIFT Codes


SWIFT/BIC codes are used to identify specific banks and branches in international money transfers, making sure your money gets to the right place. These codes are used by banks to process international wire transfers and messages.

All SWIFT codes consist of 8 or 11 characters. An 11 digit code refers to a specific branch, while an 8 digit code (or one ending in 'XXX') refers to the bank's head office. SWIFT code registrations are handled by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT). The term SWIFT is often used interchangeably with BIC, which stands for Bank Identifier Code.

The tools here are provided for informational purposes only. Whilst every effort is made to provide accurate data, users must acknowledge that this website accepts no liability whatsoever with respect to its accuracy. Only your bank can confirm the correct bank account information. If you are making an important or time-critical payment, we recommend you contact your bank first.