Italy Bank SWIFT Code - Page 84

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
4151UBI BANCA SPAMONZA(FILIALE DI MONZA PIAZZA DUOMO)BLOPIT22034
4152UBI BANCA SPAMONZA(FILIALE DI MONZA ROTA)BLOPIT22071
4153UBI BANCA SPAMORBEGNO(FILIALE DI MORBEGNO)BLOPIT2241L
4154UBI BANCA SPAMORMANNO(FILIALE DI MORMANNO)BLOPIT2273E
4155UBI BANCA SPAMORNAGO(FILIALE DI MORNAGO)BLOPIT22912
4156UBI BANCA SPAMOROZZO(FILIALE DI MOROZZO)BLOPIT22610
4157UBI BANCA SPAMORROVALLE(FILIALE DI TRODICA)BLOPIT22B52
4158UBI BANCA SPAMORTARA(FILIALE DI MORTARA)BLOPIT22611
4159UBI BANCA SPAMUCCIA(FILIALE DI MUCCIA)BLOPIT22A82
4160UBI BANCA SPANAPOLI(FILIALE DI NAPOLI CORSO AMEDEO DI SAVOIA)BLOPIT2252F
4161UBI BANCA SPANAPOLI(FILIALE DI NAPOLI PIAZZA GARIBALDI)BLOPIT22490
4162UBI BANCA SPANAPOLI(FILIALE DI NAPOLI VIA MERGELLINA)BLOPIT2244A
4163UBI BANCA SPANAPOLI(FILIALE DI NAPOLI VOMERO)BLOPIT2253L
4164UBI BANCA SPANAPOLI(FILIALE DI NAPOLI P.ZZA BOVIO)BLOPIT2244B
4165UBI BANCA SPANAPOLI(FILIALE DI NAPOLI PIAZZA VITTORIA)BLOPIT2253K
4166UBI BANCA SPANAPOLI(FILIALE DI NAPOLI POSILLIPO)BLOPIT22486
4167UBI BANCA SPANAPOLI(FILIALE DI NAPOLI SOCCAVO)BLOPIT2250O
4168UBI BANCA SPANAPOLI(FILIALE DI NAPOLI VIA CRISPI)BLOPIT2251U
4169UBI BANCA SPANAPOLI(SEDE DI NAPOLI)BLOPIT2244W
4170UBI BANCA SPANARDO'(FILIALE DI NARDO')BLOPIT22809
4171UBI BANCA SPANARNI(FILIALE DI NARNI)BLOPIT22A83
4172UBI BANCA SPANAVE(FILIALE DI NAVE)BLOPIT22284
4173UBI BANCA SPANEGRAR(FILIALE DI NEGRAR)BLOPIT22233
4174UBI BANCA SPANEIVE(FILIALE DI NEIVE)BLOPIT22615
4175UBI BANCA SPANEMBRO(FILIALE DI NEMBRO)BLOPIT22867
4176UBI BANCA SPANETTUNO(FILIALE DI NETTUNO)BLOPIT22A84
4177UBI BANCA SPANIZZA MONFERRATO(FILIALE DI NIZZA MONFERRATO)BLOPIT22617
4178UBI BANCA SPANOCERA INFERIORE(FILIALE DI NOCERA INFERIORE)BLOPIT2267N
4179UBI BANCA SPANOCI(FILIALE DI NOCI)BLOPIT22774
4180UBI BANCA SPANOICATTARO(FILIALE DI NOICATTARO)BLOPIT2277E
4181UBI BANCA SPANOLA(FILIALE DI NOLA)BLOPIT2248D
4182UBI BANCA SPANONE(FILIALE DI NONE)BLOPIT22618
4183UBI BANCA SPANOVAFELTRIA(FILIALE DI NOVAFELTRIA)BLOPIT2248Y
4184UBI BANCA SPANOVAFELTRIA(FILIALE DI PERTICARA)BLOPIT22A96
4185UBI BANCA SPANOVARA(FILIALE DI NOVARA)BLOPIT22619
4186UBI BANCA SPANOVATE MILANESE(FILIALE DI NOVATE MILANESE)BLOPIT22620
4187UBI BANCA SPANOVI LIGURE(FILIALE DI NOVI LIGURE)BLOPIT22622
4188UBI BANCA SPANUMANA(FILIALE DI NUMANA)BLOPIT22A85
4189UBI BANCA SPANUVOLENTO(FILIALE DI NUVOLENTO)BLOPIT22310
4190UBI BANCA SPANUVOLERA(FILIALE DI NUVOLERA)BLOPIT22183
4191UBI BANCA SPAODOLO(FILIALE DI ODOLO)BLOPIT22285
4192UBI BANCA SPAOFFLAGA(FILIALE DI OFFLAGA)BLOPIT22227
4193UBI BANCA SPAOLEGGIO(FILIALE DI OLEGGIO)BLOPIT22623
4194UBI BANCA SPAOLGIATE COMASCO(FILIALE DI OLGIATE COMASCO)BLOPIT22041
4195UBI BANCA SPAOLGINATE(FILIALE DI OLGINATE)BLOPIT22082
4196UBI BANCA SPAOPERA(FILIALE DI OPERA)BLOPIT22624
4197UBI BANCA SPAORIA(FILIALE DI ORIA)BLOPIT22821
4198UBI BANCA SPAORSOGNA(FILIALE DI ORSOGNA)BLOPIT22C95
4199UBI BANCA SPAORTE(FILIALE DI ORTE)BLOPIT22265
4200UBI BANCA SPAORTONA(FILIALE DI ORTONA)BLOPIT22A86

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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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.