SWIFT Codes for banks in Italy - Page 65

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
3201SPV PROJECT 1905MILANOSVPJITM2
3202SPV PROJECT 1906 S.R.L.MILANOPVRRITM2
3203SPV PROJECT 1907 S.R.L.MILANOPVRSITM2
3204SPV PROJECT 1911 S.R.L.MILANOPVOSITM2
3205STATE STREET BANK INTERNATIONAL GMBHMILANOSBOSITML
3206STATE STREET BANK INTERNATIONAL GMBHMILANOMILANSBOSITMLMOF
3207STATE STREET BANK INTERNATIONAL GMBHMILANOMILANSBOSITMLIMO
3208STATE STREET BANK INTERNATIONAL GMBHMILANOTREASURYSBOSITMLTRS
3209SUNRISE SPV Z70 S.R.L.MILANOSRVSITM2
3210SUPPLY ME INVENTORY SPV S.R.L.MILANOSIVLITM2
3211SWS ENGINEERING S.P.A.TRENTOSWENIT22
3212TECMA SOLUTIONS SPAMILANOTEOTITM2
3213TELECOM ITALIA SPAMILANOTLITITMM
3214TELECOM ITALIA SPATORINOADMINISTRATIONTLITITMMADM
3215TELECOM ITALIA SPARKLE S.P.A.RIMINIUFF. RIMINITISIITRRURM
3216TELECOM ITALIA SPARKLE S.P.A.ROMATISIITRR
3217TERRE ETRUSCHE E DI MAREMMA - CRED. COOP. SOC. COOP.MANCIANOICRAITRRNN0
3218THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON SA/NV, MILAN BRANCHMILANOIRVTITMM
3219TOPAZIO SPE S.R.L.MILANOTOESITM2
3220TRADE COFFEE SRLMERCATO SAN SEVERINOTROSIT32
3221TRENDEVICE S.P.A.MILANOTRNVITM2
3222UBI BANCA SPAABBADIA SAN SALVATOREFILIALE DI ABBADIA SAN SALVATOREBLOPIT22C17
3223UBI BANCA SPAABBIATEGRASSOFILIALE DI ABBIATEGRASSOBLOPIT22400
3224UBI BANCA SPAACQUALAGNAFILIALE DI ACQUALAGNABLOPIT22481
3225UBI BANCA SPAACQUAPENDENTEFILIALE DI ACQUAPENDENTEBLOPIT22351
3226UBI BANCA SPAACQUAVIVA DELLE FONTIFILIALE DI ACQUAVIVA DELLE FONTIBLOPIT22760
3227UBI BANCA SPAACQUI TERMEFILIALE DI ACQUI TERMEBLOPIT22401
3228UBI BANCA SPAACRIFILIALE DI ACRIBLOPIT2270H
3229UBI BANCA SPAADELFIAFILIALE DI ADELFIABLOPIT22761
3230UBI BANCA SPAAGROPOLI(FILIALE DI AGROPOLI)BLOPIT2267K
3231UBI BANCA SPAALBAFILIALE DI ALBA V.LE GIOVANNI VICOBLOPIT22403
3232UBI BANCA SPAALBASEDE DI ALBABLOPIT22763
3233UBI BANCA SPAALBANO LAZIALEFILIALE DI ALBANO LAZIALEBLOPIT2253O
3234UBI BANCA SPAALBISOLA SUPERIOREFILIALE DI ALBISOLA SUPERIOREBLOPIT22405
3235UBI BANCA SPAALESSANDRIAFILIALE DI ALESSANDRIABLOPIT22406
3236UBI BANCA SPAALMENNO SAN SALVATOREFILIALE DI ALMENNO SAN SALVATOREBLOPIT22056
3237UBI BANCA SPAALTAMURAFILIALE DI ALTAMURABLOPIT2276W
3238UBI BANCA SPAALVIGNANOFILIALE DI ALVIGNANOBLOPIT2255A
3239UBI BANCA SPAALZANO LOMBARDOFILIALE DI ALZANO LOMBARDOBLOPIT22061
3240UBI BANCA SPAAMANTEAFILIALE DI AMANTEABLOPIT22702
3241UBI BANCA SPAANCONAFILIALE DI ANCONA BRECCE BIANCHEBLOPIT2245F
3242UBI BANCA SPAANCONAFILIALE DI ANCONA VIALE COLOMBOBLOPIT22453
3243UBI BANCA SPAANCONASEDE DI ANCONA VIA MARSALABLOPIT22B58
3244UBI BANCA SPAANDORAFILIALE DI ANDORABLOPIT22409
3245UBI BANCA SPAANGOLO TERMEFILIALE DI ANGOLO TERMEBLOPIT2240C
3246UBI BANCA SPAANGUILLARA SABAZIAFILIALE DI ANGUILLARA SABAZIABLOPIT22A05
3247UBI BANCA SPAANTRODOCOFILIALE DI ANTRODOCOBLOPIT22B95
3248UBI BANCA SPAAOSTAFILIALE DI AOSTABLOPIT22410
3249UBI BANCA SPAAPPIGNANOFILIALE DI APPIGNANOBLOPIT22A07
3250UBI BANCA SPAAPRILIAFILIALE DI APRILIABLOPIT22A08

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.

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.