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Swift codes of banks in Italy
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(AGENZIA 3)

VIA VANCINI, 1/B

City: BOLOGNA
Country: ITALY
ABSMITM1ABSMITM1 XXX
ABSMITM1XXX
ABSM IT M1
ABSM IT M1 XXX
Bank code: ABSM
Country Code: IT
Location Code: M1
Branch Code :XXX
A.B.P. SIM MILANO

VIA S. VITTORE AL TEATRO 1

City: MILANO
Country: ITALY
GIRDITM1GIRDITM1 XXX
GIRDITM1XXX
GIRD IT M1
GIRD IT M1 XXX
Bank code: GIRD
Country Code: IT
Location Code: M1
Branch Code :XXX
A.C. GIRARDI E C. SIM

VIA PRIV. M. TERESA 7

City: MILANO
Country: ITALY
AETSITM1AETSITM1 XXX
AETSITM1XXX
AETS IT M1
AETS IT M1 XXX
Bank code: AETS
Country Code: IT
Location Code: M1
Branch Code :XXX
A2A TRADING SRL

CORSO DI PORTA VITTORIA 4

City: MILANO
Country: ITALY
AARBITR1AARBITR1 XXX
AARBITR1XXX
AARB IT R1
AARB IT R1 XXX
Bank code: AARB
Country Code: IT
Location Code: R1
Branch Code :XXX
AAREAL BANK AG, ROMA BRANCH

VIA MERCADANTE 12/14

City: ROMA
Country: ITALY
ICBBITMMICBBITMM XXX
ICBBITMMXXX
ICBB IT MM
ICBB IT MM XXX
Bank code: ICBB
Country Code: IT
Location Code: MM
Branch Code :XXX
ABAXBANK

CORSO MONFORTE, 34, P.O. BOX 1891

City: MILAN 20122
Country: ITALY
ABCOITMMABCOITMM XXX
ABCOITMMXXX
ABCO IT MM
ABCO IT MM XXX
Bank code: ABCO
Country Code: IT
Location Code: MM
Branch Code :XXX
ABC INTERNATIONAL BANK PLC-MILAN BRANCH

VIA AMEDEI, 8

City: MILANO
Country: ITALY
ACTRITR1ACTRITR1 XXX
ACTRITR1XXX
ACTR IT R1
ACTR IT R1 XXX
Bank code: ACTR
Country Code: IT
Location Code: R1
Branch Code :XXX
ACEAELECTRABEL TRADING SPA

VIALE DELLAERONAUTICA

City: ROMA
Country: ITALY
ADVCITR1ADVCITR1 XXX
ADVCITR1XXX
ADVC IT R1
ADVC IT R1 XXX
Bank code: ADVC
Country Code: IT
Location Code: R1
Branch Code :XXX
ADVICORP PLC

VIA PARIGI, 11

City: ROMA
Country: ITALY
AEBCITT1AEBCITT1 XXX
AEBCITT1XXX
AEBC IT T1
AEBC IT T1 XXX
Bank code: AEBC
Country Code: IT
Location Code: T1
Branch Code :XXX
AGRILEASING BANCA PER IL LEASING DELLE B.C.C. - C.R.A. S.P.A.

64, CORSO RE UMBERTO

City: TORINO
Country: ITALY
ALETITMMALETITMM XXX
ALETITMMXXX
ALET IT MM
ALET IT MM XXX
Bank code: ALET
Country Code: IT
Location Code: MM
Branch Code :XXX
ALETTI E C BANCA DI INVESTIMENTO

MOBILIARE S.P.A.
VIA S. SPIRITO 14

City: MILAN 20121
Country: ITALY
AGAGITM1AGAGITM1 XXX
AGAGITM1XXX
AGAG IT M1
AGAG IT M1 XXX
Bank code: AGAG
Country Code: IT
Location Code: M1
Branch Code :XXX
ALETTI GESTIELLE ALTERNATIVE SGR SPA

VIA RONCAGLIA 12

City: MILANO
Country: ITALY
ALGSITM1ALGSITM1 XXX
ALGSITM1XXX
ALGS IT M1
ALGS IT M1 XXX
Bank code: ALGS
Country Code: IT
Location Code: M1
Branch Code :XXX
ALETTI GESTIELLE SOCIETA DI GESTIONE DEL RISPARMIO S.P.A.

VIA RONCAGLIA, 12

City: MILANO
Country: ITALY
ALLFITMMALLFITMM XXX
ALLFITMMXXX
ALLF IT MM
ALLF IT MM XXX
Bank code: ALLF
Country Code: IT
Location Code: MM
Branch Code :XXX
ALLFUNDS BANK

VIA BRERA, 19

City: MILANO
Country: ITALY
BKRAITMMBKRAITMM XXX
BKRAITMMXXX
BKRA IT MM
BKRA IT MM XXX
Bank code: BKRA
Country Code: IT
Location Code: MM
Branch Code :XXX
ALLIANZ BANK FINANCIAL ADVISORS SPA

PIAZZA VELASCA 7/9

City: 20122 MILAN
Country: ITALY


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SWIFT Code Description from Wikipedia

The SWIFT code is 8 or 11 characters, made up of:
4 letters: Institution Code or bank code.
2 letters: ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code
2 letters or digits: location code
  • if the second character is "0", then it is typically a test BIC as opposed to a BIC used on the live network.
  • if the second character is "1", then it denotes a passive participant in the SWIFT network
  • if the second character is "2", then it typically indicates a reverse billing BIC, where the recipient pays for the message as opposed to the more usual mode whereby the sender pays for the message.
3 letters or digits: branch code, optional ('XXX' for primary office). Where an 8-digit code is given, it may be assumed that it refers to the primary office.

SWIFT Standards, a division of The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT), handles the registration of these codes. For this reason, Business Identifier Codes (BICs) are often called SWIFT addresses or codes.












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