From now on also Cred.it Società Finanziaria Spa has its own BIC Swift code for international payments: CRCZITR1
What’s BIC Swift Code?
The BIC (Bank Identifier Code) is a code (SWIFT code) used in international payments to identify the beneficiary's bank; it is available for almost all banks in the world and it is used for payments to and from abroad and for SEPA payments. It can consist of 8 or 11 alphanumeric characters (in the latter case it identifies the branch of the payee’s bank).
In order to receive a money transfer from abroad it is necessary to provide the other party with:
- the BIC / SWIFT of your bank (for Cred.it Spa it is CRCZITR1)
- the IBAN code of the account on which you wish to credit the transfer
This is another step towards the consolidation of the financial company abroad, which continues to attract new investors and customers.