AnchorBank Routing Number | How to Wire


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Wire transfer is one of the treasury management services offered to customers by AnchorBank. The ABA routing number is required for a wire transfer between AnchorBank and other US banks. A swift code is necessary for international transfers. AnchorBank is not directly connected to the SWIFT network and has to use an intermediary bank.

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Routing Number

  • 275971087

Routing Number On Check

The AnchorBank routing number can be found on both personal and business checks. You can find it at the bottom of the check on the left hand side of the check’s face as shown below.

AnchorBank Routing Number – Where to Locate on Check

AnchorBank Routing Number – Where to Locate on Check

How to Wire Funds

AnchorBank offers fast and affordable wire transfer services to customers. Click here for instructions on incoming wire transfers. Follow this link to learn more about outgoing wire transfers. You can also contact a cash management specialist at 1-800-25(252-6246), ext. 4104 or 1-608-259-4104 or visit a branch near you. The information below is required for wire transfers:

Domestic Transfers

Incoming

  • AnchorBank Bank address
  • AnchorBank account number
  • AnchorBank ABA routing number
  • Recipients name and address

Outgoing

  • Name and account number of the recipient
  • Name and address of beneficiary’s bank
  • Routing number for receiving bank

International Transfers

Incoming

  • Beneficiary name and account number
  • AnchorBank address
  • AnchorBank Routing number
  • AnchorBank Swift Code (Call customer service for more information)
  • Recipients name and address

Outgoing

  • Name of beneficiary
  • Beneficiary’s account number
  • Receiving bank’s name and address
  • Swift Code of receiving bank
  • Recipients name and address

 

 

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