BANCA DI CREDITO COOPERATIVO DI CASTENASO BOLOGNA SCRL- Swift Code :
BANCA DI CREDITO COOPERATIVO DI CASTENASO BOLOGNA SCRL Swift Code is Used to Search Payment Beneficiarys Bank.Swift Code
and BIC Code are Similar.This BANCA DI CREDITO COOPERATIVO DI CASTENASO BOLOGNA SCRL is a Unique Number Used For to Transfer Money Between International Banks i.e Wire Transfer From One Country To Another Country.BIC Code is Also Used to Exchange Messages Between Them.
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Find Swift Code/BIC Code By Bank Name. Select Starting Letter of Your Bank Name:
BANCA DI CREDITO COOPERATIVO DI CASTENASO BOLOGNA SCRL Information : Wire Transfer going to foreign countries require dierent numbers depending on the receiving foreign country. All wire transfer payments destined for Europe should include the Swift Code / BIC Code (Bank Identifier Code) , International Routing Number (IRC) as applicable, and for participating countries the beneficiarys IBAN (International Bank Account Number). Mexican banks require a CLABE number in addition to the Swift Code / BIC Code.
The 8 or 11 character Swift Code is a unique series of alpha numeric characters that help to identify a specific fi nancial institution. The BIC Code should be obtained from the beneficiary. To ensure timely delivery please be sure that international outgoing wire Tarnsfer include the where applicable.
International routing numbers, which are used in combination with the BIC Code to aid in routing the payments of Barnch.Your beneficiary must provide the international routing number to facilitate receipt of an international payment. Sending a wire Transfer without the international routing number(IRC ) can delay the wire Transfer, or the receiving bank may return the Wire Transfer when this number is not included in the payment instructions.
The IBAN (International Bank Account Number) is a bank account number assigned to uniquely identify a bank account in EFT transactions primarily within European countries. It consists of the complete bank identifier, original bank code and account number, plus the additional characters. An IBAN may contain up to 34 alphanumeric characters, depending on the country where the funds will be sent (First 2 characters identify the country where the account is maintained, followed by a 2 numeric check digit that serve to validate the formal correctness of the IBAN, and finally local bank's clearing identification number and account number, some countries also require one or two check digits at the end
BANCA DI CREDITO COOPERATIVO DI CASTENASO BOLOGNA SCRL Swift Code Format :
First 4 Characters - RZOO - Bank code
5th & 6th Characters -AT - Country code
7th & 8th Characters- 2L - Location Code /City
Last 3 Characters -796 - Branch Code, Optional XXX
Swift Code/BIC Code are 8 or 11 Digit Code (8 digit Swift Code BIC Code /Wire Transfer are HeadQuarters or Main Office bank Code)