SWIFT Codes for banks in Italy - Page 76

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
3751UBI BANCA SPAREMEDELLOFILIALE DI REMEDELLOBLOPIT22288
3752UBI BANCA SPARENDEFILIALE DI RENDE AGENZIA 1 QUATTROMIGLIABLOPIT22708
3753UBI BANCA SPARENDEFILIALE DI RENDE AGENZIA 2 ROGESBLOPIT2265E
3754UBI BANCA SPAREVELLOFILIALE DI REVELLOBLOPIT22665
3755UBI BANCA SPARHOFILIALE DI RHO FRAZIONE MAZZO MILANESEBLOPIT22670
3756UBI BANCA SPARICCIONEFILIALE DI RICCIONEBLOPIT2243Q
3757UBI BANCA SPARIMINIFILIALE DI RIMINI VIA POLETTIBLOPIT2251T
3758UBI BANCA SPARIONERO IN VULTUREFILIALE DI RIONERO IN VULTUREBLOPIT2273L
3759UBI BANCA SPAROCCAPIEMONTEFILIALE DI ROCCAPIEMONTEBLOPIT22676
3760UBI BANCA SPAROCCAVIONEFILIALE DI ROCCAVIONEBLOPIT22672
3761UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI OSTIA LIDOBLOPIT22A88
3762UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA CENTOCELLEBLOPIT22686
3763UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA CERVETERIBLOPIT22675
3764UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA COLLI ALBANIBLOPIT22341
3765UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA COLLI PORTUENSIBLOPIT22677
3766UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA EURBLOPIT22045
3767UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA LARGO LA LOGGIABLOPIT22B39
3768UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA MONTESACROBLOPIT22690
3769UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA NITTIBLOPIT22678
3770UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA NOMENTANABLOPIT22050
3771UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA OSTIABLOPIT22679
3772UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA PARIOLIBLOPIT22680
3773UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA PIAZZA TEOFRASTOBLOPIT22B29
3774UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA PORTA CASTELLOBLOPIT22055
3775UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA PRATI FISCALIBLOPIT22046
3776UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA PROVINCIEBLOPIT22681
3777UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA REGINA MARGHERITABLOPIT22682
3778UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA SANTA MARIA MAGGIOREBLOPIT22097
3779UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA SESTIO CALVINOBLOPIT22683
3780UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA TALENTIBLOPIT2252Z
3781UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA TIBURTINABLOPIT22684
3782UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA TORREVECCHIABLOPIT22C34
3783UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA TRASTEVEREBLOPIT22685
3784UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA TRIONFALEBLOPIT22689
3785UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VESCOVIOBLOPIT22687
3786UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA AURELIABLOPIT22222
3787UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA BOCCEABLOPIT22688
3788UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA BREGNOBLOPIT22C41
3789UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA BUOZZIBLOPIT2254P
3790UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA CAFFAROBLOPIT22B33
3791UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA CONTE DI SABINABLOPIT22344
3792UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA CROCEBLOPIT2254Q
3793UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA DEI DUE MACELLIBLOPIT22225
3794UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA DI TOR CERVARABLOPIT22B35
3795UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA FABIO MASSIMOBLOPIT22343
3796UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA FERMIBLOPIT22B34
3797UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA GASPERINABLOPIT2254R
3798UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA GIACOMO PERONIBLOPIT22B36
3799UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA GREGORIO VIIBLOPIT22049
3800UBI BANCA SPAROMAFILIALE DI ROMA VIA MARTINIBLOPIT22339

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.