SWIFT Codes for banks in Italy - Page 79

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
3901UBI BANCA SPATRESCORE BALNEARIOFILIALE DI TRESCORE BALNEARIOBLOPIT22890
3902UBI BANCA SPATREVISOFILIALE DI TREVISOBLOPIT22315
3903UBI BANCA SPATREZZANO ROSAFILIALE DI TREZZANO ROSABLOPIT22737
3904UBI BANCA SPATREZZO SULL'ADDAFILIALE DI TREZZO SULL'ADDABLOPIT22892
3905UBI BANCA SPATRICASEFILIALE DI TRICASEBLOPIT22807
3906UBI BANCA SPATROPEAFILIALE DI TROPEABLOPIT2263V
3907UBI BANCA SPATURIFILIALE DI TURIBLOPIT2278H
3908UBI BANCA SPATUSCANIAFILIALE DI TUSCANIABLOPIT22269
3909UBI BANCA SPAUDINEFILIALE DI UDINEBLOPIT22322
3910UBI BANCA SPAVALENZANOFILIALE DI VALENZANOBLOPIT2278I
3911UBI BANCA SPAVALMADRERAFILIALE DI VALMADRERABLOPIT22012
3912UBI BANCA SPAVAPRIO D'ADDAFILIALE DI VAPRIO D'ADDABLOPIT22894
3913UBI BANCA SPAVASTOFILIALE DI VASTO VIA CAVOURBLOPIT22D05
3914UBI BANCA SPAVEGLIEFILIALE DI VEGLIEBLOPIT22808
3915UBI BANCA SPAVELLETRIFILIALE DI VELLETRIBLOPIT22029
3916UBI BANCA SPAVENAFROFILIALE DI VENAFROBLOPIT2255F
3917UBI BANCA SPAVENEZIAFILIALE DI MESTREBLOPIT22172
3918UBI BANCA SPAVERCELLIFILIALE DI VERCELLIBLOPIT22742
3919UBI BANCA SPAVERONAFILIALE DI VERONA CORTE FARINABLOPIT22219
3920UBI BANCA SPAVERONAFILIALE DI VERONA VIA CAMPAGNOL DI TOMBETTABLOPIT22327
3921UBI BANCA SPAVERONAFILIALE DI VERONA VIA CITTA' DI NIMESBLOPIT22316
3922UBI BANCA SPAVERTOVAFILIALE DI VERTOVABLOPIT22904
3923UBI BANCA SPAVESTONEFILIALE DI VESTONEBLOPIT22296
3924UBI BANCA SPAVETRALLAFILIALE DI CURA DI VETRALLABLOPIT22358
3925UBI BANCA SPAVIAREGGIOFILIALE DI VIAREGGIOBLOPIT22C65
3926UBI BANCA SPAVIBO VALENTIAFILIALE DI VIBO VALENTIA AGENZIA CENTRALEBLOPIT2263W
3927UBI BANCA SPAVICENZAFILIALE DI VICENZA VIA IV NOVEMBREBLOPIT22318
3928UBI BANCA SPAVICENZAFILIALE DI VICENZA VIALE SAN LAZZAROBLOPIT22317
3929UBI BANCA SPAVIGEVANOFILIALE DI VIGEVANO CORSO GENOVABLOPIT22744
3930UBI BANCA SPAVIGEVANOFILIALE DI VIGEVANO DE AMICISBLOPIT22745
3931UBI BANCA SPAVIGEVANOSEDE DI VIGEVANOBLOPIT22791
3932UBI BANCA SPAVIGNANELLOFILIALE DI VIGNANELLOBLOPIT22312
3933UBI BANCA SPAVILLA SANTA MARIAFILIALE DI VILLA SANTA MARIABLOPIT22D06
3934UBI BANCA SPAVILLAFALLETTOFILIALE DI VILLAFALLETTOBLOPIT22753
3935UBI BANCA SPAVILLAFRANCA DI VERONAFILIALE DI VILLAFRANCA DI VERONABLOPIT22231
3936UBI BANCA SPAVILLANOVA MONDOVI'FILIALE DI VILLANOVA MONDOVI'BLOPIT22756
3937UBI BANCA SPAVINCIFILIALE DI SPICCHIO SOVIGLIANABLOPIT22B71
3938UBI BANCA SPAVINCIFILIALE DI VINCIBLOPIT22C26
3939UBI BANCA SPAVITERBOFILIALE DI VITERBOBLOPIT22347
3940UBI BANCA SPAVITERBOFILIALE DI VITERBO VIA MONTE S. VALENTINOBLOPIT22350
3941UBI BANCA SPAVITERBOFILIALE DI VITERBO VIA SARAGATBLOPIT22349
3942UBI BANCA SPAVITTUONEFILIALE DI VITTUONEBLOPIT22757
3943UBI BANCA SPAVOGHERAFILIALE DI VOGHERABLOPIT22758
3944UBI BANCA SPAZOLA PREDOSAFILIALE DI ZOLA PREDOSABLOPIT22762
3945UBS EUROPE SE, SUCCURSALE ITALIAMILANOSAPVITMM
3946UBS EUROPE SE, SUCCURSALE ITALIAMILANOUBSWITMM
3947ULISSE BIOMED S.P.A.UDINEULBIIT22
3948UNICREDIT BANK AG MILAN BRANCHMILANOHYVEIT22
3949UNICREDIT BANK AG MILAN BRANCHMILANOHYVEITMM
3950UNICREDIT S.P.A.MILANOUNCRITMM

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.