Full List Banks members SWIFT/BIC in Switzerland



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Established in 1873 in Lugano, BSI is the oldest bank in the Swiss canton of Ticino. Over the years BSI has extended its presence in Switzerland and abroad: London, Paris, Milan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Monaco.
In 1998 BSI became part of one of the world's leading insurance and financial companies, the Generali Group, which has contributed to preserve and strengthen its professionalism and cosmopolitan spirit.



2008 July - BSI AG (Generali) obtains CBB licence and opens its representative office in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
2007 November - BSI SA acquires Banca Del Gottardo
2006 September - BSI SA acquires Banca Unione di Credito
2006 July - Banca BSI Italia SpA sold to Banca Generali
2005 November - BSI Bank Ltd opens in Singapore
2005 October - BSI acquires a 51% share of Ifabanque SA, a French bank based in Paris, which then becomes BSI-Ifabanque SA.
2005 September - The new BSI building at Via Canova 6, Lugano renovated by Giampiero Camponovo provides one-stop shopping with a complete list of products and services. The large works of art, commissioned from cutting-edge artists, are integrated perfectly with the building's design.
2005 May - Boss Lab, one of Switzerland's leading providers of IT and back office services for banks, changes its name to B-Source; Banca del Gottardo acquires a minority stake.
2002 Banca BSI Italia SpA starts its bank activity in Italy.
2000 As of January 1, the Banca della Svizzera Italiana is officially renamed BSI SA. In November, new offices open in Lausanne.
1998 Assicurazioni Generali SpA, Trieste, one of the major global insurance companies, becomes sole shareholder. In the 125th year of its foundation, the BSI Gamma Foundation is established (Global Asset Management Methods and Applications), with the goal of promoting applied research in the field of wealth management and cooperation between the world of research and practical application.
1995 With the important operation of outsourcing, the informatics development spins off BSI to become the affiliated Boss Lab SA that services other banks as well.
1991 The Societa di Banca Svizzera becomes the major shareholder of BSI.
1990 Opening of BSI Finanziaria SpA, in Milan.
1988 BSI extends its activities to the Principality of Monaco.
1984 Opening of offices in London.
1983 The Banca Commerciale Italiana transfers its share holdings to the Irving Trust Co. Opening of the branch office in New York.
1981 Opening of the Hong Kong office.
1976 BSI opens its first representation in South America, in Caracas, Venezuela.
1975 BSI extends its reach to the French speaking part of Switzerland.
1973 In the centennial year, opening of the branch office in St. Moritz and of the first affiliate in Guernsey. Establishment also of The Centenario Foundation that recognises persons or institutions for their contribution to the growth of cultural relations between Italy and Switzerland.
1969 BSI initiates its presence in Nassau.
1935 BSI the first bank in Ticino to open a branch office in Zurich and to hold a seat on the Stock Exchange.
1908 The Banca Commerciale Italiana of Milan acquires sizeable minority participation. With this operation, the Institution strengthens its ties with the Italian and international banking communities.
1881-1907 BSI, the only Bank in Ticino until the foundation of the Swiss National Bank, is part of the Consortium of Swiss banks authorised to issue banknotes.
1880 The Bank relocates to the historical Palazzo dei Marchesi Riva, dating back to 1747 where the headquarters of the Bank are located to this day.
1874 Opening of the office in Locarno, followed in 1879 by the one in Bellinzona, and in 1906 in Chiasso.
1873 On May 15, BSI opens the main office on Piazza della Riforma. The Banca della Svizzera Italiana is established in Lugano, at a time of great social and economic innovations and of the realisation of important lines of communication which culminated in Ticino with the construction of the Gotthard railway. The main objective of BSI would be to give impulse to enterprises and great projects of public interest.


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