SWIFT Codes for banks in Italy - Page 66

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
3251UBI BANCA SPAARDESIOFILIALE DI ARDESIOBLOPIT22913
3252UBI BANCA SPAAREZZOFILIALE DI AREZZO PIAZZA SAIONEBLOPIT22B60
3253UBI BANCA SPAAREZZOFILIALE DI AREZZO VIA DAL BORROBLOPIT22B70
3254UBI BANCA SPAAREZZOFILIALE DI AREZZO VIA MONTE FALCOBLOPIT22B76
3255UBI BANCA SPAAREZZOFILIALE DI AREZZO VIA TRENTO E TRIESTEBLOPIT22B80
3256UBI BANCA SPAAREZZOFILIALE DI OLMOBLOPIT22B84
3257UBI BANCA SPAARLUNOFILIALE DI ARLUNOBLOPIT22411
3258UBI BANCA SPAASSAGOFILIALE DI ASSAGOBLOPIT22413
3259UBI BANCA SPAASTIFILIALE DI ASTIBLOPIT22416
3260UBI BANCA SPAATESSAFILIALE DI ATESSABLOPIT22C78
3261UBI BANCA SPAAUDITOREFILIALE DI CASININABLOPIT22A19
3262UBI BANCA SPAAVELLINOFILIALE DI AVELLINOBLOPIT2251V
3263UBI BANCA SPABADIA TEDALDAFILIALE DI BADIA TEDALDABLOPIT22B79
3264UBI BANCA SPABAGNATICAFILIALE DI BAGNATICABLOPIT22021
3265UBI BANCA SPABAGNOLO MELLAFILIALE DI BAGNOLO MELLABLOPIT22185
3266UBI BANCA SPABAGNOLO PIEMONTEFILIALE DI BAGNOLO PIEMONTEBLOPIT22417
3267UBI BANCA SPABAGNOLO SAN VITOFILIALE DI SAN BIAGIO BAGNOLO SAN VITOBLOPIT22217
3268UBI BANCA SPABARIFILIALE DI BARI AGENZIA 1BLOPIT22754
3269UBI BANCA SPABARIFILIALE DI BARI AGENZIA CENTRALEBLOPIT2275S
3270UBI BANCA SPABARIFILIALE DI BARI SANTO SPIRITOBLOPIT2275T
3271UBI BANCA SPABARIFILIALE DI BARI TORRE A MAREBLOPIT2275V
3272UBI BANCA SPABARONISSIFILIALE DI BARONISSIBLOPIT2266I
3273UBI BANCA SPABASSANO DEL GRAPPAFILIALE DI BASSANO DEL GRAPPABLOPIT22169
3274UBI BANCA SPABASTIA UMBRAFILIALE DI BASTIA UMBRABLOPIT2253I
3275UBI BANCA SPABATTIPAGLIAFILIALE DI BATTIPAGLIABLOPIT22667
3276UBI BANCA SPABEINETTEFILIALE DI BEINETTEBLOPIT22420
3277UBI BANCA SPABELLARIA-IGEA MARINAFILIALE DI BELLARIA IGEA MARINABLOPIT22434
3278UBI BANCA SPABENEVENTOFILIALE DI BENEVENTO P.ZZA RISORGIMENTOBLOPIT2255H
3279UBI BANCA SPABERGAMOSEDE DI BERGAMOBLOPIT22024
3280UBI BANCA SPABERNALDAFILIALE DI BERNALDABLOPIT2263X
3281UBI BANCA SPABERNAREGGIOFILIALE DI BERNAREGGIOBLOPIT22073
3282UBI BANCA SPABIANCOFILIALE DI BIANCOBLOPIT22705
3283UBI BANCA SPABIASSONOFILIALE DI BIASSONOBLOPIT22054
3284UBI BANCA SPABIELLAFILIALE DI BIELLABLOPIT22425
3285UBI BANCA SPABIENNOFILIALE DI BIENNOBLOPIT2240E
3286UBI BANCA SPABISUSCHIOFILIALE DI BISUSCHIOBLOPIT22080
3287UBI BANCA SPABITONTOFILIALE DI BITONTOBLOPIT2276Y
3288UBI BANCA SPABOLOGNAFILIALE DI BOLOGNA ERCOLANIBLOPIT22426
3289UBI BANCA SPABOLOGNAFILIALE DI BOLOGNA LOMBARDIABLOPIT22428
3290UBI BANCA SPABOLOGNAFILIALE DI BOLOGNA VIA VALDOSSOLABLOPIT22C69
3291UBI BANCA SPABOLSENAFILIALE DI BOLSENABLOPIT22352
3292UBI BANCA SPABOLTIEREFILIALE DI BOLTIEREBLOPIT22872
3293UBI BANCA SPABOMARZOFILIALE DI BOMARZOBLOPIT22353
3294UBI BANCA SPABORGO SAN DALMAZZOFILIALE DI BORGO SAN DALMAZZOBLOPIT22429
3295UBI BANCA SPABORGOSATOLLOFILIALE DI BORGOSATOLLOBLOPIT22298
3296UBI BANCA SPABORZONASCAFILIALE DI BORZONASCABLOPIT22432
3297UBI BANCA SPABOSSOLASCOFILIALE DI BOSSOLASCOBLOPIT22435
3298UBI BANCA SPABOVESFILIALE DI BOVESBLOPIT22437
3299UBI BANCA SPABRAFILIALE DI BRABLOPIT22438
3300UBI BANCA SPABREMBATE DI SOPRAFILIALE DI BREMBATE SOPRABLOPIT22229

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.