SWIFT Codes for banks in Italy - Page 371

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.

IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
18501UNICREDIT SPACATANZAROCATANZARO BASILICA DELL'IMMACOLATAUNCRITM1580
18502UNICREDIT SPACATANZAROCATANZARO LIDOUNCRITM158A
18503UNICREDIT SPACATENANUOVACATENANUOVAUNCRITM1H79
18504UNICREDIT SPACATTOLICACATTOLICA BOVIOUNCRITM1SN5
18505UNICREDIT SPACATTOLICA ERACLEACATTOLICA ERACLEAUNCRITM1H80
18506UNICREDIT SPACAVA DEI TIRRENICAVA DEI TIRRENI TRAV. VITT. VENETOUNCRITM1637
18507UNICREDIT SPACAVAION VERONESECAVAION VERONESEUNCRITM1N34
18508UNICREDIT SPACAVALESECAVALESEUNCRITM10BT
18509UNICREDIT SPACAVALLERMAGGIORECAVALLERMAGGIOREUNCRITM1CH2
18510UNICREDIT SPACAVALLINOCAVALLINO TREPORTI FAUSTAUNCRITM1US9
18511UNICREDIT SPACAVALLINO-TREPORTICAVALLINO TREPORTI CA' SAVIOUNCRITM1UP8
18512UNICREDIT SPACAVECAVEUNCRITM1C72
18513UNICREDIT SPACAVEZZOCAVEZZOUNCRITM1NO6
18514UNICREDIT SPACAVOURCAVOURUNCRITM1CH4
18515UNICREDIT SPACAVRIAGOCAVRIAGOUNCRITM1V26
18516UNICREDIT SPACAZZAGO SAN MARTINOCAZZAGO SAN MARTINOUNCRITM1023
18517UNICREDIT SPACECCANOCECCANO PRINCIPE UMBERTOUNCRITM1C73
18518UNICREDIT SPACECINACECINA GUERRAZZIUNCRITM1F06
18519UNICREDIT SPACECINACECINA MATTEOTTIUNCRITM1CEC
18520UNICREDIT SPACEFALU'CEFALU' PIAZZA GARIBALDIUNCRITM1H84
18521UNICREDIT SPACEGLIE MESSAPICACEGLIE MESSAPICAUNCRITM1186
18522UNICREDIT SPACEMBRACEMBRAUNCRITM10BU
18523UNICREDIT SPACENTALLOCENTALLOUNCRITM1R36
18524UNICREDIT SPACENTOCENTOUNCRITM1NS5
18525UNICREDIT SPACENTURIPECENTURIPEUNCRITM1H85
18526UNICREDIT SPACEPRANOCEPRANOUNCRITM1C76
18527UNICREDIT SPACERCEMAGGIORECERCEMAGGIOREUNCRITM1SS7
18528UNICREDIT SPACERDACERDAUNCRITM1H86
18529UNICREDIT SPACEREACEREA CORDIOLIUNCRITM1D25
18530UNICREDIT SPACERESCERESUNCRITM1CH6
18531UNICREDIT SPACERIGNOLACERIGNOLA GARIBALDI BUNCRITM1420
18532UNICREDIT SPACERNUSCO SUL NAVIGLIOCERNUSCO SUL NAVIGLIO ASSUNTAUNCRITM1259
18533UNICREDIT SPACERRO MAGGIORECERRO MAGGIOREUNCRITM1117
18534UNICREDIT SPACERTALDOCERTALDOUNCRITM1F07
18535UNICREDIT SPACERVETERICERVETERIUNCRITM1C77
18536UNICREDIT SPACERVIACERVIA CASTIGLIONE DI CERVIAUNCRITM1RO5
18537UNICREDIT SPACERVIACERVIA MILANO MAR. ROTONDA I MAGGIOUNCRITM1RT5
18538UNICREDIT SPACERVIACERVIA VIALE ROMAUNCRITM1PT4
18539UNICREDIT SPACERVIGNANO DEL FRIULICERVIGNANO DEL FRIULIUNCRITM1UN7
18540UNICREDIT SPACESANO BOSCONECESANO BOSCONEUNCRITM1M18
18541UNICREDIT SPACESANO MADERNOCESANO MADERNO GARIBALDIUNCRITM1377
18542UNICREDIT SPACESARO'CESARO'UNCRITM1H87
18543UNICREDIT SPACESENACESENAUNCRITM1O15
18544UNICREDIT SPACESENACESENA BORELLOUNCRITM1QN5
18545UNICREDIT SPACESENACESENA OBERDANUNCRITM1PR3
18546UNICREDIT SPACESENACESENA ROVERELLAUNCRITM1QM1
18547UNICREDIT SPACESENATICOCESENATICOUNCRITM1SN8
18548UNICREDIT SPACESIOMAGGIORECESIOMAGGIOREUNCRITM1N33
18549UNICREDIT SPACEVACEVAUNCRITM1CH7
18550UNICREDIT SPACHATILLONCHATILLONUNCRITM1CH8

Last Database Update : 26-JAN-2024

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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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