SWIFT Codes for banks in Italy - Page 23

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
1101BANCA REALE S.P.A.BORGOSESIAFILIALE DI BORGOSESIABRTOITTT003
1102BANCA REALE S.P.A.LEGNANOFILIALE DI LEGNANOBRTOITTT006
1103BANCA REALE S.P.A.MILANOFILIALE DI MILANOBRTOITTT004
1104BANCA REALE S.P.A.PARMAFILIALE DI PARMABRTOITTT005
1105BANCA REALE S.P.A.TORINOBRTOITTT
1106BANCA REALE S.P.A.TORINOFILIALE DI TORINO SEDEBRTOITTT001
1107BANCA REALE S.P.A.TORINOFILIALE RE UMBERTOBRTOITTT002
1108BANCA REALE S.P.A.VERONAFILIALE DI VERONABRTOITTT007
1109BANCA REGIONALE DI SVILUPPO S.P.ANAPOLIBSVIITNN
1110BANCA SAN FRANCESCO CREDITO COOPERATIVO SOC.COOP.CANICATTI'SEDEICRAITRRQX0
1111BANCA SELLA HOLDING SPABIELLASELBIT22
1112BANCA SELLA S.P.ABIELLAHEAD OFFICESELBIT2B
1113BANCA SICANA - CREDITO COOPERATIVO DI SOMMATINO, SERRADIFALCO SAMBUCACALTANISSETTACCRTIT2TNIS
1114BANCA SISTEMA S.P.A.MILANOBSISITMM
1115BANCA SVILUPPO SPAROMAICRAITRRSVL
1116BANCA UBAE SPAMILANOUBAIITRRMIL
1117BANCA UBAE SPAROMAUBAIITRR
1118BANCA VALDICHIANA CREDITO COOPERATIVO DI CHIUSI E MONTEPULCIANOCHIUSISEDEICRAITRRDL0
1119BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.ADROADROBCVAIT2VADR
1120BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.AGNOSINEBCVAIT2VAGN
1121BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BAGOLINOBCVAIT2VBAG
1122BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BERGAMOBCVAIT2V067
1123BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BIONEBCVAIT2VBIO
1124BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BOLOGNABCVAIT2V030
1125BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BONDONEBAITONIBCVAIT2VBAI
1126BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BOTTICINOBCVAIT2VBOT
1127BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BOTTICINOBRANCH BOTTICINO SERABCVAIT2VBOS
1128BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BRESCIABCVAIT2VBRE
1129BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BRESCIABCVAIT2V065
1130BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BRESCIABRESCIA - PIAZZA VITTORIABCVAIT2V066
1131BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BRESCIABRESCIA - VIA F.LLI UGONIBCVAIT2VBRM
1132BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BRESCIABRESCIA-VIA CORSICABCVAIT2VCOR
1133BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BRESCIACITY BRANCH - S.POLOBCVAIT2VSPO
1134BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BRESCIACITY BRANCH VIA TRENTOBCVAIT2VBRT
1135BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.BRESCIACITY BRANCH-VIA CHIUSUREBCVAIT2VBRC
1136BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.CALCINATOBCVAIT2VCAC
1137BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.CALCINATOBCVAIT2VCAL
1138BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.CARPENEDOLOCARPENEDOLOBCVAIT2VCAR
1139BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.CASTIGLIONE DELLE STIVIEREESENTA BRANCHBCVAIT2VESE
1140BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.CASTOBCVAIT2VCAS
1141BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.CESENABCVAIT2V084
1142BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.CHIARIBCVAIT2VCHI
1143BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.CONCESIOBCVAIT2VCON
1144BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.DESENZANO DEL GARDABCVAIT2VRIV
1145BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.DESENZANO DEL GARDADESENZANOBCVAIT2VDES
1146BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.GAVARDOBCVAIT2VGAV
1147BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.GHEDIBCVAIT2VGHE
1148BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.GUSSAGOGUSSAGOBCVAIT2VGUS
1149BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.IDROBCVAIT2VIDR
1150BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A.LEGNAGOBCVAIT2V075

Last Database Update : 06-JUL-2022

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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.

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