SWIFT Codes for banks in Italy - Page 71

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
3501UBI BANCA SPAL'AQUILAFILIALE DI L'AQUILABLOPIT22A57
3502UBI BANCA SPALA SPEZIAFILIALE DI LA SPEZIA VIA CHIODOBLOPIT22515
3503UBI BANCA SPALA SPEZIAFILIALE DI LA SPEZIA VIA FIUMEBLOPIT22517
3504UBI BANCA SPALAGONEGROFILIALE DI LAGONEGROBLOPIT22642
3505UBI BANCA SPALAINATEFILIALE DI LAINATEBLOPIT22520
3506UBI BANCA SPALAMEZIA TERMEFILIALE DI LAMEZIA TERMEBLOPIT22731
3507UBI BANCA SPALANCIANOFILIALE DI LANCIANOBLOPIT22441
3508UBI BANCA SPALANGHIRANOFILIALE DI LANGHIRANOBLOPIT22523
3509UBI BANCA SPALASTRA A SIGNAFILIALE DI GINESTRA FIORENTINABLOPIT22B81
3510UBI BANCA SPALATERZAFILIALE DI LATERZABLOPIT22693
3511UBI BANCA SPALATINAFILIALE DI LATINA VIA ISONZOBLOPIT22178
3512UBI BANCA SPALAURIAFILIALE DI LAURIABLOPIT2272Y
3513UBI BANCA SPALECCEFILIALE DI LECCE AGENZIA CENTRALEBLOPIT22803
3514UBI BANCA SPALECCOFILIALE DI LECCO PONTE VECCHIOBLOPIT22094
3515UBI BANCA SPALEGGIUNOFILIALE DI LEGGIUNOBLOPIT22093
3516UBI BANCA SPALEGNANOFILIALE DI LEGNANOBLOPIT22524
3517UBI BANCA SPALEGNANOFILIALE DI LEGNANO SEMPIONEBLOPIT22525
3518UBI BANCA SPALEGNANOFILIALE DI LEGNANO SEMPIONE ANG. TOSELLIBLOPIT22526
3519UBI BANCA SPALERICIFILIALE DI LERICIBLOPIT22527
3520UBI BANCA SPALIMITE SULL'ARNOFILIALE DI LIMITE SULL'ARNOBLOPIT22B75
3521UBI BANCA SPALIVIGNOFILIALE DI LIVIGNOBLOPIT22398
3522UBI BANCA SPALIVORNOFILIALE DI LIVORNO VIA DEI FULGIDIBLOPIT22C03
3523UBI BANCA SPALIVORNOFILIALE DI LIVORNO VIA DELL'ARDENZABLOPIT22C06
3524UBI BANCA SPALIVORNOFILIALE DI LIVORNO VIA TOSCANABLOPIT22C38
3525UBI BANCA SPALIZZANOFILIALE DI LIZZANOBLOPIT22694
3526UBI BANCA SPALOANOFILIALE DI LOANOBLOPIT22529
3527UBI BANCA SPALODI VECCHIOFILIALE DI LODIVECCHIOBLOPIT22252
3528UBI BANCA SPALOGRATOFILIALE DI LOGRATOBLOPIT22224
3529UBI BANCA SPALONATOFILIALE DI LONATOBLOPIT22274
3530UBI BANCA SPALORETOFILIALE DI LORETOBLOPIT2246P
3531UBI BANCA SPALORO PICENOFILIALE DI LORO PICENOBLOPIT22A60
3532UBI BANCA SPALUCCAFILIALE DI LUCCABLOPIT22C61
3533UBI BANCA SPALUCERAFILIALE DI LUCERABLOPIT22796
3534UBI BANCA SPALUNANOFILIALE DI LUNANOBLOPIT2247X
3535UBI BANCA SPALUNGROFILIALE DI LUNGROBLOPIT2272A
3536UBI BANCA SPALURAGO D'ERBAFILIALE DI LURAGO D'ERBABLOPIT22879
3537UBI BANCA SPALURATE CACCIVIOFILIALE DI LURATE CACCIVIOBLOPIT22064
3538UBI BANCA SPAMACERATAFILIALE DI MACERATA BORGO PERANZONIBLOPIT22A65
3539UBI BANCA SPAMACERATAFILIALE DI MACERATA CORSO CAVOURBLOPIT22A63
3540UBI BANCA SPAMACERATAFILIALE DI MACERATA PIAZZA SALVO D'ACQUISTOBLOPIT22A64
3541UBI BANCA SPAMACERATASEDE DI MACERATABLOPIT2242N
3542UBI BANCA SPAMAGENTAFILIALE DI MAGENTABLOPIT22530
3543UBI BANCA SPAMAGLIEFILIALE DI MAGLIEBLOPIT2268Z
3544UBI BANCA SPAMANFREDONIAFILIALE DI MANFREDONIABLOPIT22797
3545UBI BANCA SPAMANTOVAFILIALE DI MANTOVA V.LE RISORGIMENTOBLOPIT22308
3546UBI BANCA SPAMAPELLOFILIALE DI MAPELLOBLOPIT22877
3547UBI BANCA SPAMARCHIROLOFILIALE DI MARCHIROLOBLOPIT22095
3548UBI BANCA SPAMARCIANO DELLA CHIANAFILIALE DI MARCIANO DELLA CHIANABLOPIT22B78
3549UBI BANCA SPAMARCIGNAGOFILIALE DI MARCIGNAGOBLOPIT22533
3550UBI BANCA SPAMARINA DI BELVEDEREFILIALE DI BELVEDERE MARITTIMO MARINABLOPIT2270J

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.