SWIFT Codes for banks in Italy - Page 70

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
3451UBI BANCA SPAFLEROFILIALE DI FLEROBLOPIT22303
3452UBI BANCA SPAFOIANO DELLA CHIANAFILIALE DI FOIANO DELLA CHIANABLOPIT22B65
3453UBI BANCA SPAFOLLONICAFILIALE DI FOLLONICABLOPIT22C00
3454UBI BANCA SPAFONTE NUOVAFILIALE DI FONTE NUOVABLOPIT2254W
3455UBI BANCA SPAFORLI'FILIALE DI FORLI'BLOPIT2243R
3456UBI BANCA SPAFOSSANOFILIALE DI FOSSANOBLOPIT22495
3457UBI BANCA SPAFOSSOMBRONEFILIALE DI FOSSOMBRONEBLOPIT22488
3458UBI BANCA SPAFRANCAVILLA AL MAREFILIALE DI FRANCAVILLA AL MAREBLOPIT22519
3459UBI BANCA SPAFRASCATIFILIALE DI FRASCATIBLOPIT22A48
3460UBI BANCA SPAFRONTONEFILIALE DI FRONTONEBLOPIT22A49
3461UBI BANCA SPAFROSINONEFILIALE DI FROSINONE VIA CICERONEBLOPIT22C35
3462UBI BANCA SPAGALATINAFILIALE DI GALATINABLOPIT2268X
3463UBI BANCA SPAGARBAGNATE MILANESEFILIALE DI GARBAGNATE MILANESE SANTA MARIA ROSSABLOPIT22500
3464UBI BANCA SPAGARESSIOFILIALE DI GARESSIOBLOPIT22501
3465UBI BANCA SPAGARLASCOFILIALE DI GARLASCOBLOPIT22503
3466UBI BANCA SPAGAZZANIGAFILIALE DI GAZZANIGABLOPIT22033
3467UBI BANCA SPAGENOVAFILIALE DI GENOVA CORSO TORINOBLOPIT22504
3468UBI BANCA SPAGENOVAFILIALE DI GENOVA VIA PASTORINOBLOPIT22506
3469UBI BANCA SPAGENOVAFILIALE DI GENOVA VIA ROLANDOBLOPIT22507
3470UBI BANCA SPAGENOVAFILIALE DI GENOVA VIA SESTRIBLOPIT22508
3471UBI BANCA SPAGENOVASEDE DI GENOVABLOPIT22768
3472UBI BANCA SPAGHEDIFILIALE DI GHEDIBLOPIT22279
3473UBI BANCA SPAGINOSAFILIALE DI GINOSABLOPIT2269D
3474UBI BANCA SPAGIOIA DEL COLLEFILIALE DI GIOIA DEL COLLEBLOPIT2276Z
3475UBI BANCA SPAGIOVINAZZOFILIALE DI GIOVINAZZOBLOPIT2268W
3476UBI BANCA SPAGIRIFALCOFILIALE DI GIRIFALCOBLOPIT2272V
3477UBI BANCA SPAGISSIFILIALE DI GISSIBLOPIT22C87
3478UBI BANCA SPAGIUSSANOFILIALE DI BRUGAZZO (GIUSSANOBLOPIT22062
3479UBI BANCA SPAGORLAGOFILIALE DI GORLAGOBLOPIT22907
3480UBI BANCA SPAGORLEFILIALE DI GORLEBLOPIT22887
3481UBI BANCA SPAGRAVINA IN PUGLIAFILIALE DI GRAVINA IN PUGLIABLOPIT2276A
3482UBI BANCA SPAGREZZANAFILIALE DI GREZZANABLOPIT22326
3483UBI BANCA SPAGRINZANE CAVOURFILIALE DI GALLO D'ALBABLOPIT22497
3484UBI BANCA SPAGROSSETOFILIALE DI GROSSETO VIA GRAMSCIBLOPIT22B96
3485UBI BANCA SPAGROSSETOFILIALE DI GROSSETO VIA SAUROBLOPIT22B98
3486UBI BANCA SPAGROSSETOFILIALE DI MARINA DI GROSSETOBLOPIT22B97
3487UBI BANCA SPAGRUMO APPULAFILIALE DI GRUMO APPULABLOPIT2276B
3488UBI BANCA SPAGUARDIAGRELEFILIALE DI GUARDIAGRELEBLOPIT22C88
3489UBI BANCA SPAGUBBIOFILIALE DI BRANCA DI GUBBIOBLOPIT22C12
3490UBI BANCA SPAGUIDONIA MONTECELIOFILIALE DI GUIDONIA MONTECELIO VIA ROMABLOPIT2254V
3491UBI BANCA SPAGUIDONIA MONTECELIOFILIALE DI GUIDONIA MONTECELIO VILLALBABLOPIT2254U
3492UBI BANCA SPAINDUNO OLONAFILIALE DI INDUNO OLONABLOPIT22915
3493UBI BANCA SPAINVERUNOFILIALE DI INVERUNOBLOPIT22513
3494UBI BANCA SPAISEOFILIALE DI ISEOBLOPIT22177
3495UBI BANCA SPAISERNIAFILIALE DI ISERNIABLOPIT2252Y
3496UBI BANCA SPAISORELLAFILIALE DI ISORELLABLOPIT22282
3497UBI BANCA SPAJESIFILIALE DI JESI CORSO MATTEOTTIBLOPIT22A54
3498UBI BANCA SPAJESIFILIALE DI JESI P.ZZA RICCIBLOPIT22469
3499UBI BANCA SPAJESIFILIALE DI JESI PIAZZA SAN FRANCESCOBLOPIT22A56
3500UBI BANCA SPAJESISEDE DI JESIBLOPIT2247Q

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.