SWIFT Codes for banks in Italy - Page 75

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
3701UBI BANCA SPAPETILIA POLICASTROFILIALE DI PETILIA POLICASTROBLOPIT22644
3702UBI BANCA SPAPEVERAGNOFILIALE DI PEVERAGNOBLOPIT22637
3703UBI BANCA SPAPIACENZAFILIALE DI PIACENZA VIA COLOMBOBLOPIT22638
3704UBI BANCA SPAPIACENZASEDE DI PIACENZABLOPIT22779
3705UBI BANCA SPAPIANCASTAGNAIOFILIALE DI PIANCASTAGNAIOBLOPIT22C25
3706UBI BANCA SPAPIANCOGNOFILIALE DI PIAMBORNOBLOPIT2241I
3707UBI BANCA SPAPIASCOFILIALE DI PIASCOBLOPIT22643
3708UBI BANCA SPAPIAZZA BREMBANAFILIALE DI PIAZZA BREMBANABLOPIT22882
3709UBI BANCA SPAPIETRAVAIRANOFILIALE DI PIETRAVAIRANOBLOPIT2252A
3710UBI BANCA SPAPIEVEBOVIGLIANAFILIALE DI PIEVEBOVIGLIANABLOPIT22B16
3711UBI BANCA SPAPINEROLOFILIALE DI PINEROLOBLOPIT22646
3712UBI BANCA SPAPISAFILIALE DI PISABLOPIT22C46
3713UBI BANCA SPAPISTICCIFILIALE DI PISTICCIBLOPIT2273G
3714UBI BANCA SPAPISTOIAFILIALE DI PISTOIABLOPIT22C57
3715UBI BANCA SPAPIZZOFILIALE DI PIZZO CALABROBLOPIT2273H
3716UBI BANCA SPAPIZZOLIFILIALE DI PIZZOLIBLOPIT22C02
3717UBI BANCA SPAPOGGIBONSIFILIALE DI POGGIBONSIBLOPIT22C23
3718UBI BANCA SPAPOGGIO RUSCOFILIALE DI POGGIO RUSCOBLOPIT22220
3719UBI BANCA SPAPOLICOROFILIALE DI POLICOROBLOPIT22660
3720UBI BANCA SPAPOLIGNANO A MAREFILIALE DI POLIGNANO A MAREBLOPIT2277F
3721UBI BANCA SPAPOLISTENAFILIALE DI POLISTENABLOPIT2273I
3722UBI BANCA SPAPOLLENZAFILIALE DI POLLENZABLOPIT22B19
3723UBI BANCA SPAPOMEZIAFILIALE DI POMEZIABLOPIT22048
3724UBI BANCA SPAPONTASSIEVEFILIALE DI PONTASSIEVEBLOPIT22C64
3725UBI BANCA SPAPONTE DI LEGNOFILIALE DI PONTE DI LEGNOBLOPIT2241J
3726UBI BANCA SPAPONTE SAN NICOLO'FILIALE DI PONTE SAN NICOLO'BLOPIT22332
3727UBI BANCA SPAPONTE SAN PIETROFILIALE DI PONTE SAN PIETROBLOPIT22873
3728UBI BANCA SPAPONTECAGNANO FAIANOFILIALE DI PONTECAGNANOBLOPIT22666
3729UBI BANCA SPAPONTEDERAFILIALE DI PONTEDERABLOPIT22C49
3730UBI BANCA SPAPONTERANICAFILIALE DI PONTERANICABLOPIT22903
3731UBI BANCA SPAPONTIDAFILIALE DI PONTIDABLOPIT22857
3732UBI BANCA SPAPORDENONEFILIALE DI PORDENONEBLOPIT22321
3733UBI BANCA SPAPORTO RECANATIFILIALE DI PORTO RECANATIBLOPIT22B21
3734UBI BANCA SPAPOTENZAFILIALE DI POTENZA AGENZIA 1BLOPIT22651
3735UBI BANCA SPAPOTENZAFILIALE DI POTENZA AGENZIA CENTRALEBLOPIT22736
3736UBI BANCA SPAPOTENZA PICENAFILIALE DI POTENZA PICENA PORTOPOTENZA PICENABLOPIT2249G
3737UBI BANCA SPAPOTENZA PICENAFILIALE DI POTENZA PICENA VIA MAREFOSCHIBLOPIT22494
3738UBI BANCA SPAPOZZOLO FORMIGAROFILIALE DI POZZOLO FORMIGAROBLOPIT22652
3739UBI BANCA SPAPRATOFILIALE DI PRATOBLOPIT22C29
3740UBI BANCA SPAPRESEZZOFILIALE DI PRESEZZOBLOPIT22874
3741UBI BANCA SPAPRIOCCAFILIALE DI PRIOCCABLOPIT22654
3742UBI BANCA SPAPROVAGLIO D'ISEOFILIALE DI PROVAGLIO D'ISEOBLOPIT22394
3743UBI BANCA SPAQUALIANOFILIALE DI QUALIANOBLOPIT2250N
3744UBI BANCA SPAQUINZANO D'OGLIOFILIALE DI QUINZANOBLOPIT22336
3745UBI BANCA SPARACCONIGIFILIALE DI RACCONIGIBLOPIT22658
3746UBI BANCA SPARAPALLOFILIALE DI RAPALLOBLOPIT22662
3747UBI BANCA SPARAVENNAFILIALE DI RAVENNABLOPIT2251S
3748UBI BANCA SPARECANATIFILIALE DI RECANATI CORSO PERSIANIBLOPIT22B23
3749UBI BANCA SPAREGGIO NELL'EMILIAFILIALE DI REGGIO EMILIA VIA EMILIABLOPIT22663
3750UBI BANCA SPAREGGIO NELL'EMILIASEDE DI REGGIO EMILIABLOPIT22781

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.