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Italy Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Italy. Only codes which are actively connected to the SWIFT network are shown. All passive (i.e. inactive) codes are excluded from the list.


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ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
1101 BANCA REALE S.P.A. TORINO (FILIALE RE UMBERTO) BRTOITTT002
1102 BANCA REALE S.P.A. TORINO TORINO SEDE BRTOITTT
1103 BANCA REALE S.P.A. VERONA (FILIALE DI VERONA) BRTOITTT007
1104 BANCA REGIONALE DI SVILUPPO S.P.A NAPOLI FILIALE DI NAPOLI BSVIITNN
1105 BANCA SAN FRANCESCO CREDITO COOPERATIVO SOC.COOP. CANICATTI' (SEDE) ICRAITRRQX0
1106 BANCA SAN GIORGIO QUINTO VALLE AGNO CREDITO COOPERATIVO SOC.COOP. FARA VICENTINO SEDE ICRAITRRBSG
1107 BANCA SELLA HOLDING SPA BIELLA SEDE CENTRALE SELBIT22
1108 BANCA SELLA S.P.A BIELLA (HEAD OFFICE) SELBIT2B
1109 BANCA SELLA S.P.A BIELLA BIELLA NUOVA SEDE BCALIT22
1110 BANCA SICANA - CREDITO COOPERATIVO DI SOMMATINO, SERRADIFALCO SAMBUCA CALTANISSETTA SEDE LEGALE CCRTIT2TNIS
1111 BANCA SISTEMA S.P.A. MILANO SEDE BSISITMM
1112 BANCA UBAE SPA MILANO UBAIITRRMIL
1113 BANCA UBAE SPA ROMA UBAIITRR
1114 BANCA VALDICHIANA CREDITO COOPERATIVO DI CHIUSI E MONTEPULCIANO CHIUSI (SEDE) ICRAITRRDL0
1115 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. ADRO (ADRO) BCVAIT2VADR
1116 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. AGNOSINE FILIALE DI AGNOSINE BCVAIT2VAGN
1117 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BAGOLINO FILIALE DI BAGOLINO BCVAIT2VBAG
1118 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BERGAMO FILIALE DI BERGAMO BCVAIT2V067
1119 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BIONE FILIALE DI BIONE BCVAIT2VBIO
1120 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BOLOGNA FILIALE DI BOLOGNA BCVAIT2V030
1121 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BONDONE (BAITONI) BCVAIT2VBAI
1122 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BOTTICINO (BRANCH BOTTICINO SERA) BCVAIT2VBOS
1123 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BOTTICINO FILIALE DI BOTTICINO MATTINA BCVAIT2VBOT
1124 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BRESCIA (BRESCIA - PIAZZA VITTORIA) BCVAIT2V066
1125 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BRESCIA (BRESCIA - VIA F.LLI UGONI) BCVAIT2VBRM
1126 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BRESCIA (BRESCIA-VIA CORSICA) BCVAIT2VCOR
1127 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BRESCIA (CITY BRANCH - S.POLO) BCVAIT2VSPO
1128 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BRESCIA (CITY BRANCH VIA TRENTO) BCVAIT2VBRT
1129 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BRESCIA (CITY BRANCH-VIA CHIUSURE) BCVAIT2VBRC
1130 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BRESCIA FILIALE DI VIA TRIUMPLINA BCVAIT2V065
1131 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. BRESCIA FILIALE DI VIA XXV APRILE BCVAIT2VBRE
1132 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. CALCINATELLO (CALCINATO) FILIALE DI CALCINATELLO BCVAIT2VCAL
1133 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. CALCINATO FILIALE DI CALCINATO BCVAIT2VCAC
1134 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. CARPENEDOLO (CARPENEDOLO) BCVAIT2VCAR
1135 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. CASTIGLIONE DELLE STIVIERE (ESENTA BRANCH) BCVAIT2VESE
1136 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. CASTO FILIALE DI CASTO BCVAIT2VCAS
1137 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. CESENA FILIALE DI CESENA BCVAIT2V084
1138 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. CHIARI FILIALE DI CHIARI BCVAIT2VCHI
1139 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. CONCESIO FILIALE DI CONCESIO BCVAIT2VCON
1140 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. DESENZANO DEL GARDA (DESENZANO) BCVAIT2VDES
1141 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. GAVARDO FILIALE DI GAVARDO BCVAIT2VGAV
1142 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. GHEDI FILIALE DI GHEDI BCVAIT2VGHE
1143 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. GUSSAGO (GUSSAGO) BCVAIT2VGUS
1144 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. IDRO FILIALE DI IDRO BCVAIT2VIDR
1145 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. LEGNAGO FILIALE DI LEGNAGO BCVAIT2V075
1146 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. LENO FILIALE DI LENO BCVAIT2VLEN
1147 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. LODRONE (STORO) FILIALE DI LODRONE BCVAIT2VLOD
1148 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. LONATO FILIALE DI LONATO BCVAIT2VLON
1149 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. LUMEZZANE (SAN SEBASTIANO BRANCH) BCVAIT2VLUS
1150 BANCA VALSABBINA S.C.P.A. LUMEZZANE FILIALE DI LUMEZZANE PIEVE BCVAIT2VLUM


What is a SWIFT Code?

A SWIFT Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used to specify a particular bank or branch. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also use these codes for exchanging messages between them.

SWIFT codes comprise of 8 or 11 characters. All 11 digit codes refer to specific branches, while 8 digit codes (or those ending in 'XXX') refer to the head or primary office. SWIFT codes are formatted as follows:

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • First 4 characters - bank code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - location code, passive participant will have "1" in the second character (letters and digits)
  • Last 3 characters - branch code, optional - 'XXX' for primary office (letters and digits)

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The registrations of SWIFT Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (“SWIFT”) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium. SWIFT is the registered trademark of S.W.I.F.T. SCRL with a registered address at Avenue Adèle 1, B-1310 La Hulpe, Belgium.