BB&T Online Banking » BB&T Routing Numbers and SWIFT Code
BB&T offers customers a number of cash management services including repetitive and non-repetitive wire transfers. The routing number is required to make a domestic wire transfer. International wire transfers require a SWIFT code to be provided. For questions regarding wire transfers, you can call 1-800-810-5625, send an email here, or visit a branch location.
- Alabama (AL) – 0622-0398-4
- District of Columbia (DC) – 0540-0154-7
- Florida (FL) – 2631-9138-7
- Georgia (GA) – 0611-1341-5
- Indiana (IN) – 0839-7428-9
- Kentucky (KY) – 0839-0068-0
- Maryland (MD) – 0550-0330-8
- North Carolina (NC) – 0531-0112-1
- South Carolina (SC) – 0532-0160-7
- Tennessee (TN) – 0642-0816-5
- Texas (TX) – 1110-1769-4
- Virginia (VA) – 0514-0426-0
- West Virginia (WV) – 0515-0339-4
Routing Number On Check
The routing number appears on the left hand corner at the bottom of the check. The illustration below can help you locate the number on your check.
How to Wire Funds
BB&T wire transfers can be made remotely. This eliminates the need for customers to visit a local branch. You can do it through a BB&T Small Business Online account, a BB&T CashManager OnLine account, or a BB&T Corporate Call Wire.
The following information is required to set up the wire transfer:
- Type of transfer – domestic or international
- Recipient’s name
- Recipient’s address
- ABA Routing Number (domestic) or SWIFT BIC (international)
- Recipient’s Account Number
- Reason for transfer
- Any other information required by the receiving bank.
After entering and submitting all the details, you will receive an authorization call from BB&T to authenticate the transfer.