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Italy The table below are the list of Swift Codes for all banks and institutions in Italy. Click on the Swift Code to find out the bank or institution details, address & maps.


No Bank or Institution City Branch SWIFT Code
351 BANCA AGRICOLA POPOLARE DI RAGUSA SIRACUSA (SIRACUSA AG. 2) POPRIT31074
352 BANCA AGRICOLA POPOLARE DI RAGUSA SIRACUSA (SIRACUSA AG.1) POPRIT31135
353 BANCA AGRICOLA POPOLARE DI RAGUSA SIRACUSA (SUCCURSALE DI SIRACUSA) POPRIT31035
354 BANCA AGRICOLA POPOLARE DI RAGUSA SORTINO POPRIT31038
355 BANCA AGRICOLA POPOLARE DI RAGUSA TAORMINA (AG. DI TAORMINA) POPRIT31067
356 BANCA AGRICOLA POPOLARE DI RAGUSA TREMESTIERI(MESSINA) (MESSINA TREMESTIERI) POPRIT31064
357 BANCA AGRICOLA POPOLARE DI RAGUSA VIAGRANDE (AGENZIA DI VIAGRANDE) POPRIT31053
358 BANCA AGRICOLA POPOLARE DI RAGUSA VITTORIA (AGENZIA DI SCOGLITTI) POPRIT31027
359 BANCA AGRICOLA POPOLARE DI RAGUSA VITTORIA (SUCCURSALE DI VITTORIA) POPRIT31011
360 BANCA AGRICOLA POPOLARE DI RAGUSA VITTORIA (VITTORIA AG. 2) POPRIT31029
361 BANCA AGRICOLA POPOLARE DI RAGUSA VITTORIA (VITTORIA AGENZIA N.1) POPRIT31009
362 BANCA AGRICOLA POPOLARE DI RAGUSA VIZZINI (VIZZINI) POPRIT31057
363 BANCA AGRICOLA POPOLARE DI RAGUSA ZAFFERANA ETNEA (ZAFFERANA ETNEA) POPRIT31076
364 BANCA AKROS SPA MILANO AKROIT41
365 BANCA AKROS SPA MILANO AKROITMM
366 BANCA ALBERTINI SYZ AND C. SPA MILANO ALSSITM1
367 BANCA ALBERTINI SYZ S.P.A. MILANO ALSSITM2
368 BANCA ALETTI E C. S.P.A. (BANCO BPM GROUP) MILANO (HEAD OFFICE) ALETITMM
369 BANCA ALETTI E C. S.P.A. (BANCO POPOLARE GROUP) MILANO ALETIT41
370 BANCA ALETTI E C. S.P.A. (BANCO POPOLARE GROUP) MILANO ALETIT41T2S
371 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU SOC. COOP. TORINO (FIL. TORINO 3 GRAN MADRE) ICRAITR1CIM
372 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU' SCPA CUNEO ICRAITR1CIN
373 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU' SOC. COOP. TORINO ICRAITR1CIL
374 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. ALBA (FILIALE DI ALBA) ICRAITR1CI3
375 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. BEINETTE (FILIALE DI BEINETTE) ICRAITR1CI2
376 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. CARRU' (FILIALE OPERATIVA) ICRAITRRCI0
377 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. CUNEO (FILIALE DI CUNEO) ICRAITR1CI4
378 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. DOGLIANI (FILIALE DI DOGLIANI) ICRAITR1CI5
379 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. FARIGLIANO (FILIALE DI FARIGLIANO) ICRAITR1CI6
380 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. LOANO (FILIALE DI LOANO) ICRAITR1CIH
381 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. MONDOVI' (FILIALE DI MONDOVI' ALTIPIANO) ICRAITR1CI7
382 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. MONDOVI' (FILIALE DI MONDOVI' BREO) ICRAITR1CI8
383 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. MONDOVI' (FILIALE DI MONDOVI' CARASSONE) ICRAITR1CI9
384 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. MONFORTE D'ALBA (FILIALE DI MONFORTE D'ALBA) ICRAITR1CIA
385 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. MOROZZO (FILIALE DI MOROZZO) ICRAITR1CIB
386 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. PAMPARATO (FILIALE DI PAMPARATO) ICRAITR1CIC
387 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. PIOZZO (FILIALE DI PIOZZO) ICRAITR1CID
388 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. SAN MICHELE MONDOVI' (FILIALE DI SAN MICHELE MONDOVI') ICRAITR1CIE
389 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. TORINO (FILIALE DI TORINO) ICRAITR1CII
390 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. VICOFORTE (FILIALE DI VICOFORTE) ICRAITR1CIF
391 BANCA ALPI MARITTIME CREDITO COOPERATIVO CARRU'-SOC.COOP. VILLANOVA MONDOVI' (FILIALE DI VILLANOVA MONDOVI') ICRAITR1CIG
392 BANCA ALTA TOSCANA CREDITO COOPERATIVO S.C. AGLIANA ICRAITR1PM1
393 BANCA ALTA TOSCANA CREDITO COOPERATIVO S.C. CUTIGLIANO ICRAITR1PMD
394 BANCA ALTA TOSCANA CREDITO COOPERATIVO S.C. GALCIANA ICRAITR1PM8
395 BANCA ALTA TOSCANA CREDITO COOPERATIVO S.C. LAMPORECCHIO ICRAITR1PM4
396 BANCA ALTA TOSCANA CREDITO COOPERATIVO S.C. MONTEMURLO ICRAITR1PMG
397 BANCA ALTA TOSCANA CREDITO COOPERATIVO S.C. PISTOIA ICRAITR1PMF
398 BANCA ALTA TOSCANA CREDITO COOPERATIVO S.C. PONTE A ELSA (EMPOLI) ICRAITR1PM9
399 BANCA ALTA TOSCANA CREDITO COOPERATIVO S.C. PRATO ICRAITR1PMB
400 BANCA ALTA TOSCANA CREDITO COOPERATIVO S.C. QUARRATA ICRAITR1PM5

What is a SWIFT Code?

Swift code or also commonly known as BIC Code is a standard format to uniquely identify a bank, financial institution and non-financial institution. This standard approved by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). BIC stands for Business Identifier Codes.

The codes are widely used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers or telegraphic transfer. Other uses include to transmit messages between financial institutions and banks.

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The Swift code can be either 8 or 11 characters long, and 8 digits code refers to the primary office. The code consists of 4 separate section, and the format arrange in the following manner;

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • The first 4 characters ("AAAA") specify the institution. Only letters.
  • The next 2 characters ("BB") specify the country where the instituions located. The code follows the format of ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code.
  • The next 2 characters ("CC") specify the instiution's location. Can be letters and digits. Passive participants will have "1" in the second character,
  • The last 3 characters ("DDD") specify the institution's branch. This section is an optional. A 'XXX' refers to a primary office. Can be letters and digits.

There are 2 types of Swift Codes, namely Live & Passive Codes. The Live Codes are for institutions who are actively connected to the Swift Network while Passive Codes are used for manual transactions.

Swift Code registrations and management are the responsibility of "Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication" (“SWIFT”) which is located in La Hulpe, Belgium.

SWIFT is the registered trademarks of S.W.I.F.T. SCRL with a registered address at Avenue Adèle 1, B-1310 La Hulpe, Belgium.