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Swift codes of BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO
SWIFT CodeEquivalent SWIFT/BIC CodesSWIFT Code BreakdownBank Name & AddressBranch Name
BCITITC1073BCITITC1 073
BCIT IT C1 073
Bank code: BCIT
Country Code: IT
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :073
BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO

STAZ. FS VIA ROMA, 4
09100

City: CAGLIARI
Country: ITALY
(CAGLIARI 04)
BCITITC1218BCITITC1 218
BCIT IT C1 218
Bank code: BCIT
Country Code: IT
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :218
BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO

VIA BACAREDDA, 174
09127

City: CAGLIARI
Country: ITALY
(CAGLIARI 02)
BCITITC1248BCITITC1 248
BCIT IT C1 248
Bank code: BCIT
Country Code: IT
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :248
BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO

VIA SIDNEY SONNINO,192
09127

City: CAGLIARI
Country: ITALY
(CAGLIARI - VIA S. SONNINO 192)
BCITITC1249BCITITC1 249
BCIT IT C1 249
Bank code: BCIT
Country Code: IT
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :249
BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO

LARGO GENNARI ANG.VIA TUVERI
09129

City: CAGLIARI
Country: ITALY
(CAGLIARI - LARGO GENNARI ANG. VIA TUVERI)
BCITITC1254BCITITC1 254
BCIT IT C1 254
Bank code: BCIT
Country Code: IT
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :254
BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO

VIA SALARIS,10
09128

City: CAGLIARI
Country: ITALY
(CAGLIARI - VIA SALARIS 10)
BCITITC1255BCITITC1 255
BCIT IT C1 255
Bank code: BCIT
Country Code: IT
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :255
BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO

VIA DELLA PINETA,86
09126

City: CAGLIARI
Country: ITALY
(CAGLIARI - VIA DELLA PINETA 86)
BCITITC1256BCITITC1 256
BCIT IT C1 256
Bank code: BCIT
Country Code: IT
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :256
BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO

VIA LEANDRO CORONA,20
09134

City: CAGLIARI
Country: ITALY
(CAGLIARI - PIRRI)
BCITITC1257BCITITC1 257
BCIT IT C1 257
Bank code: BCIT
Country Code: IT
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :257
BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO

VIA IS MIRRIONIS,115
09121

City: CAGLIARI
Country: ITALY
(CAGLIARI - VIA IS MIRRIONIS 115)
BCITITC1358BCITITC1 358
BCIT IT C1 358
Bank code: BCIT
Country Code: IT
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :358
BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO

LARGO CARLO FELICE 58
09124

City: CAGLIARI
Country: ITALY
(CAGLIARI 05)
BCITITC1363BCITITC1 363
BCIT IT C1 363
Bank code: BCIT
Country Code: IT
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :363
BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO

VIALE S. AVENDRACE N. 281-283
09122

City: CAGLIARI
Country: ITALY
(CAGLIARI 06)
BCITITC1364BCITITC1 364
BCIT IT C1 364
Bank code: BCIT
Country Code: IT
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :364
BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO

VIA AMAT N.1
09129

City: CAGLIARI
Country: ITALY
(CAGLIARI 07)
BCITITC1506BCITITC1 506
BCIT IT C1 506
Bank code: BCIT
Country Code: IT
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :506
BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO

PIAZZA IS MAGLIAS,7
09122

City: CAGLIARI
Country: ITALY
(CAGLIARI - SAN MICHELE)
BCITITC1610BCITITC1 610
BCIT IT C1 610
Bank code: BCIT
Country Code: IT
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :610
BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO

PIAZZA DEFFENU, 4
09100

City: CAGLIARI
Country: ITALY
(CAGLIARI)
BCITITC1612BCITITC1 612
BCIT IT C1 612
Bank code: BCIT
Country Code: IT
Location Code: C1
Branch Code :612
BANCA DI CREDITO SARDO

VIA GUIDO CAVALCANTI,18
09128

City: CAGLIARI
Country: ITALY
(CAGLIARI - VIA G. CAVALCANTI 18)


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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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