SWIFT Codes for banks in Italy - Page 69

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
3401UBI BANCA SPACORBETTAFILIALE DI CORBETTABLOPIT22474
3402UBI BANCA SPACORIGLIANO CALABROFILIALE DI CORIGLIANO CALABRO AGENZIA 1 SCALOBLOPIT22645
3403UBI BANCA SPACORINALDOFILIALE DI CORINALDOBLOPIT22A38
3404UBI BANCA SPACORNAREDOFILIALE DI CORNAREDOBLOPIT22475
3405UBI BANCA SPACORNATE D'ADDAFILIALE DI CORNATE D'ADDABLOPIT22069
3406UBI BANCA SPACORNELIANO D'ALBAFILIALE DI CORNELIANO D'ALBABLOPIT22476
3407UBI BANCA SPACORSICOFILIALE DI CORSICO CAVOURBLOPIT22478
3408UBI BANCA SPACORSICOFILIALE DI CORSICO LIBERAZIONEBLOPIT22479
3409UBI BANCA SPACORTEMILIAFILIALE DI CORTEMILIABLOPIT22480
3410UBI BANCA SPACORTENO GOLGIFILIALE DI CORTENO GOLGIBLOPIT22407
3411UBI BANCA SPACORTONAFILIALE DI CAMUCIABLOPIT22C27
3412UBI BANCA SPACOSENZAFILIALE DI COSENZA AGENZIA 2BLOPIT2271Q
3413UBI BANCA SPACOSENZAFILIALE DI COSENZA AGENZIA CENTRALEBLOPIT22639
3414UBI BANCA SPACOSSATOFILIALE DI COSSATOBLOPIT22483
3415UBI BANCA SPACROSIAFILIALE DI MIRTO (CROSIABLOPIT2265B
3416UBI BANCA SPACROTONEFILIALE DI CROTONE AGENZIA CENTRALEBLOPIT2271R
3417UBI BANCA SPACUNARDOFILIALE DI CUNARDOBLOPIT22087
3418UBI BANCA SPACUNEOFILIALE DI CUNEO C.SO GRAMSCIBLOPIT22484
3419UBI BANCA SPACUNEOFILIALE DI CUNEO FRAZ. MADONNA DELL'OLMOBLOPIT22485
3420UBI BANCA SPACUNEOFILIALE DI CUNEO VIA ROMABLOPIT22487
3421UBI BANCA SPACUNEOSEDE DI CUNEOBLOPIT22764
3422UBI BANCA SPACUPELLOFILIALE DI CUPELLOBLOPIT22C84
3423UBI BANCA SPACUVEGLIOFILIALE DI CUVEGLIOBLOPIT22088
3424UBI BANCA SPADELLOFILIALE DI DELLOBLOPIT22278
3425UBI BANCA SPADEMONTEFILIALE DI DEMONTEBLOPIT22489
3426UBI BANCA SPADERUTAFILIALE DI DERUTABLOPIT2252C
3427UBI BANCA SPADESENZANO DEL GARDAFILIALE DI DESENZANO VIA MARCONI 18BLOPIT22248
3428UBI BANCA SPADIAMANTEFILIALE DI DIAMANTEBLOPIT2271S
3429UBI BANCA SPADOGLIANIFILIALE DI DOGLIANIBLOPIT22491
3430UBI BANCA SPADONGOFILIALE DI DONGOBLOPIT22385
3431UBI BANCA SPADRONEROFILIALE DI DRONEROBLOPIT22493
3432UBI BANCA SPAEBOLIFILIALE DI EBOLIBLOPIT22673
3433UBI BANCA SPAEDOLOFILIALE DI EDOLOBLOPIT22254
3434UBI BANCA SPAEMPOLIFILIALE DI EMPOLIBLOPIT22C21
3435UBI BANCA SPAERBAFILIALE DI ERBA VIA LEOPARDIBLOPIT22010
3436UBI BANCA SPAESINEFILIALE DI ESINEBLOPIT22408
3437UBI BANCA SPAFAENZAFILIALE DI FAENZABLOPIT22471
3438UBI BANCA SPAFANOFILIALE DI FANO VIA DELLE QUERCEBLOPIT22A42
3439UBI BANCA SPAFARA FILIORUM PETRIFILIALE DI FARA FILIORUM PETRIBLOPIT22C85
3440UBI BANCA SPAFARA SAN MARTINOFILIALE DI FARA SAN MARTINOBLOPIT22C86
3441UBI BANCA SPAFASANOFILIALE DI FASANOBLOPIT22792
3442UBI BANCA SPAFERRARAFILIALE DI FERRARABLOPIT22A45
3443UBI BANCA SPAFIGLINE E INCISA VALDARNOFILIALE DI FIGLINE VALDARNOBLOPIT22B92
3444UBI BANCA SPAFIRENZEFILIALE DI FIRENZE PIAZZA VETTORIBLOPIT22C76
3445UBI BANCA SPAFIRENZEFILIALE DI FIRENZE VIA ARETINABLOPIT22C74
3446UBI BANCA SPAFIRENZEFILIALE DI FIRENZE VIA DEI BANCHIBLOPIT22C71
3447UBI BANCA SPAFIRENZEFILIALE DI FIRENZE VIA DELLE PANCHEBLOPIT22C75
3448UBI BANCA SPAFIRENZEFILIALE DI FIRENZE VIA DI NOVOLIBLOPIT22C73
3449UBI BANCA SPAFIRENZEFILIALE DI FIRENZE VIALE GRAMSCIBLOPIT22C72
3450UBI BANCA SPAFIRENZESEDE DI FIRENZEBLOPIT22767

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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