SWIFT Codes for banks in Italy - Page 74

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
3651UBI BANCA SPAMORTARAFILIALE DI MORTARABLOPIT22611
3652UBI BANCA SPAMUCCIAFILIALE DI MUCCIABLOPIT22A82
3653UBI BANCA SPANARDO'FILIALE DI NARDO'BLOPIT22809
3654UBI BANCA SPANEIVEFILIALE DI NEIVEBLOPIT22615
3655UBI BANCA SPANETTUNOFILIALE DI NETTUNOBLOPIT22A84
3656UBI BANCA SPANOCERA INFERIOREFILIALE DI NOCERA INFERIOREBLOPIT2267N
3657UBI BANCA SPANOCIFILIALE DI NOCIBLOPIT22774
3658UBI BANCA SPANOICATTAROFILIALE DI NOICATTAROBLOPIT2277E
3659UBI BANCA SPANOVAFELTRIAFILIALE DI NOVAFELTRIABLOPIT2248Y
3660UBI BANCA SPANOVARAFILIALE DI NOVARABLOPIT22619
3661UBI BANCA SPANOVATE MILANESEFILIALE DI NOVATE MILANESEBLOPIT22620
3662UBI BANCA SPANOVI LIGUREFILIALE DI NOVI LIGUREBLOPIT22622
3663UBI BANCA SPAOLGINATEFILIALE DI OLGINATEBLOPIT22082
3664UBI BANCA SPAOPERAFILIALE DI OPERABLOPIT22624
3665UBI BANCA SPAORSOGNAFILIALE DI ORSOGNABLOPIT22C95
3666UBI BANCA SPAORTEFILIALE DI ORTEBLOPIT22265
3667UBI BANCA SPAORTONAFILIALE DI ORTONABLOPIT22A86
3668UBI BANCA SPAORZINUOVIFILIALE DI ORZINUOVIBLOPIT22286
3669UBI BANCA SPAOSIO SOPRAFILIALE DI OSIO SOPRABLOPIT22871
3670UBI BANCA SPAOSIO SOTTOFILIALE DI OSIO SOTTOBLOPIT22870
3671UBI BANCA SPAOSTIGLIAFILIALE DI OSTIGLIABLOPIT22249
3672UBI BANCA SPAOVADAFILIALE DI OVADABLOPIT22625
3673UBI BANCA SPAPADERNO DUGNANOFILIALE DI PADERNO DUGNANOBLOPIT22626
3674UBI BANCA SPAPADOVAFILIALE DI PADOVABLOPIT22328
3675UBI BANCA SPAPALMOLIFILIALE DI PALMOLIBLOPIT22C97
3676UBI BANCA SPAPALOSCOFILIALE DI PALOSCOBLOPIT22040
3677UBI BANCA SPAPARABIAGOFILIALE DI PARABIAGOBLOPIT22627
3678UBI BANCA SPAPARMAFILIALE DI PARMA VIA EMILIABLOPIT22628
3679UBI BANCA SPAPARMASEDE DI PARMABLOPIT22775
3680UBI BANCA SPAPARREFILIALE DI PARREBLOPIT22869
3681UBI BANCA SPAPASSIGNANO SUL TRASIMENOFILIALE DI PASSIGNANO SUL TRASIMENOBLOPIT22C56
3682UBI BANCA SPAPAVIAFILIALE DI PAVIA BORGO TICINOBLOPIT22629
3683UBI BANCA SPAPAVIAFILIALE DI PAVIA CRAVINOBLOPIT22631
3684UBI BANCA SPAPAVIAFILIALE DI PAVIA MIRABELLOBLOPIT22632
3685UBI BANCA SPAPAVIAFILIALE DI PAVIA PORTA CAVOURBLOPIT22634
3686UBI BANCA SPAPAVIAFILIALE DI PAVIA SAN PAOLOBLOPIT22635
3687UBI BANCA SPAPAVIAFILIALE DI PAVIA SAN PIETRO IN VERZOLOBLOPIT22636
3688UBI BANCA SPAPAVIASEDE DI PAVIABLOPIT22776
3689UBI BANCA SPAPENNABILLIFILIALE DI PENNABILLIBLOPIT22A94
3690UBI BANCA SPAPERGOLAFILIALE DI PERGOLABLOPIT22A95
3691UBI BANCA SPAPERUGIAFILIALE DI PERUGIA S. ANDREA DELLE FRATTEBLOPIT2250P
3692UBI BANCA SPAPERUGIAFILIALE DI PERUGIA VIA ARNOBLOPIT22C07
3693UBI BANCA SPAPERUGIAFILIALE DI PERUGIA VIA DELL'ACACIABLOPIT22A97
3694UBI BANCA SPAPERUGIAFILIALE DI PERUGIA VIA DELLA PESCARABLOPIT22C08
3695UBI BANCA SPAPERUGIAFILIALE DI PONTE SAN GIOVANNIBLOPIT22B20
3696UBI BANCA SPAPESCARAFILIALE DI PESCARA PIAZZA DELLA RINASCITABLOPIT22D00
3697UBI BANCA SPAPESCARAFILIALE DI PESCARA VIA PINDAROBLOPIT22B12
3698UBI BANCA SPAPESCARAFILIALE DI PESCARA VIALE MARCONIBLOPIT22536
3699UBI BANCA SPAPESCARASEDE DI PESCARABLOPIT2254S
3700UBI BANCA SPAPESCHIERA DEL GARDAFILIALE DI PESCHIERA DEL GARDABLOPIT22331

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.