SWIFT Codes for banks in Italy - Page 67

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
3301UBI BANCA SPABRESCIAFILIALE DI BRESCIA VIA CEFALONIABLOPIT22191
3302UBI BANCA SPABRESCIAFILIALE DI BRESCIA VIA CREMONABLOPIT22200
3303UBI BANCA SPABRESSOFILIALE DI BRESSOBLOPIT22439
3304UBI BANCA SPABRINDISIFILIALE DI BRINDISI AGENZIA CENTRALEBLOPIT22787
3305UBI BANCA SPABRONIFILIALE DI BRONIBLOPIT22440
3306UBI BANCA SPABRUGHERIOFILIALE DI BRUGHERIOBLOPIT22075
3307UBI BANCA SPABUCCHIANICOFILIALE DI BUCCHIANICOBLOPIT22C79
3308UBI BANCA SPABULCIAGOFILIALE DI BULCIAGOBLOPIT22060
3309UBI BANCA SPABUONALBERGOFILIALE DI BUONALBERGOBLOPIT2255I
3310UBI BANCA SPABUSCAFILIALE DI BUSCABLOPIT22442
3311UBI BANCA SPABUSSOLENGOFILIALE DI BUSSOLENGOBLOPIT22236
3312UBI BANCA SPACAGLIFILIALE DI CAGLIBLOPIT22A14
3313UBI BANCA SPACAIRO MONTENOTTEFILIALE DI CAIRO MONTENOTTEBLOPIT22443
3314UBI BANCA SPACALCINATEFILIALE DI CALCINATEBLOPIT22866
3315UBI BANCA SPACALDIEROFILIALE DI CALDIEROBLOPIT22218
3316UBI BANCA SPACALOLZIOCORTEFILIALE DI CALOLZIOCORTEBLOPIT22081
3317UBI BANCA SPACAMEROTAFILIALE DI MARINA DI CAMEROTABLOPIT2267Q
3318UBI BANCA SPACAMPAGNAFILIALE DI CAMPAGNABLOPIT2267P
3319UBI BANCA SPACAMPIGLIA MARITTIMAFILIALE DI VENTURINABLOPIT22C05
3320UBI BANCA SPACAMPOBASSOFILIALE DI CAMPOBASSOBLOPIT2256J
3321UBI BANCA SPACAMPOSAMPIEROFILIALE DI CAMPOSAMPIEROBLOPIT22237
3322UBI BANCA SPACANALEFILIALE DI CANALEBLOPIT22444
3323UBI BANCA SPACANEPINAFILIALE DI CANEPINABLOPIT22354
3324UBI BANCA SPACAPO DI PONTEFILIALE DI CAPO DI PONTEBLOPIT22388
3325UBI BANCA SPACAPODIMONTEFILIALE DI CAPODIMONTEBLOPIT22355
3326UBI BANCA SPACAPOLONAFILIALE DI CAPOLONABLOPIT22B77
3327UBI BANCA SPACAPRIANO DEL COLLEFILIALE DI CAPRIANO DEL COLLEBLOPIT22275
3328UBI BANCA SPACAPURSOFILIALE DI CAPURSOBLOPIT22765
3329UBI BANCA SPACARAGLIOFILIALE DI CARAGLIOBLOPIT22446
3330UBI BANCA SPACARATE BRIANZAFILIALE DI CARATE BRIANZABLOPIT22007
3331UBI BANCA SPACARNATEFILIALE DI CARNATEBLOPIT22035
3332UBI BANCA SPACARPIFILIALE DI CARPIBLOPIT22448
3333UBI BANCA SPACARRARAFILIALE DI CARRARABLOPIT22449
3334UBI BANCA SPACARRU'FILIALE DI CARRU'BLOPIT22450
3335UBI BANCA SPACARTOCETOFILIALE DI LUCREZIABLOPIT22A61
3336UBI BANCA SPACARUGATEFILIALE DI CARUGATEBLOPIT22451
3337UBI BANCA SPACASALBORDINOFILIALE DI CASALBORDINOBLOPIT22C80
3338UBI BANCA SPACASALE MONFERRATOFILIALE DI CASALE MONFERRATOBLOPIT22452
3339UBI BANCA SPACASAMASSIMAFILIALE DI CASAMASSIMABLOPIT22766
3340UBI BANCA SPACASARANOFILIALE DI CASARANOBLOPIT2268Y
3341UBI BANCA SPACASAZZAFILIALE DI CASAZZABLOPIT22851
3342UBI BANCA SPACASERTAFILIALE DI CASERTABLOPIT2251R
3343UBI BANCA SPACASOLIFILIALE DI CASOLIBLOPIT22C81
3344UBI BANCA SPACASSINA DE' PECCHIFILIALE DI CASSINA DE' PECCHIBLOPIT22455
3345UBI BANCA SPACASTEL DEL PIANOFILIALE DI CASTEL DEL PIANOBLOPIT22C36
3346UBI BANCA SPACASTEL FRENTANOFILIALE DI CASTELFRENTANOBLOPIT22C82
3347UBI BANCA SPACASTEL GOFFREDOFILIALE DI CASTELGOFFREDOBLOPIT22234
3348UBI BANCA SPACASTEL MELLAFILIALE DI CASTELMELLABLOPIT22180
3349UBI BANCA SPACASTEL SAN GIORGIOFILIALE DI CASTEL SAN GIORGIOBLOPIT2267J
3350UBI BANCA SPACASTELCOVATIFILIALE DI CASTELCOVATIBLOPIT22174

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.