Bremer Bank Routing Number and SWIFT Code


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Bremer Bank offers account holders, both business and personal, a host of treasury services that include ACH and wire transfer services. Wire transfers can be initiated through Bremer online banking or by visiting a branch location. Should you experience any issues with wire transfers, call customer service at 1- 800-908-2265.

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Routing Number

  • 096010415

SWIFT Code

  • BRFSUS4T

 

Routing Number On Check

The Bremer Bank ABA routing number or the RTN (routing transit number) can be found at the bottom of the check on the extreme left.  It is the first set of 9 digits and is usually based on where your account was opened. Below is an illustration of the check:

Routing number on check

Routing number on check

 

How to Wire Funds

You can either use the Bremer Bank online banking service to wire funds, or do it at a branch office. If you opt for the latter, you will need to request for a PIN number and a Wire Transfer Agreement.  The cut off time for wire transfers at a local branch is 3:00 p.m. CT.

Incoming Domestic Wire Transfer

The cutoff time for an incoming domestic wire transfer is 4:30 p.m. CT. It only takes 1-2 hours to arrive after it has been sent. The following details are required:

  • BBK (Beneficiary Bank): Bremer Bank
  • ABA/Routing Number
  • BNF (Beneficiary) Customer Address, Customer Name and Customer Account Number

Incoming International Wire Transfer

International wire transfers take anywhere from 2 to 10 days. The sender is required to provide their full name and address when sending along with the following information:

  • Correspondent Bank:
    • Bank Name
    • Swift Address
  • Beneficiary Bank:
    • Swift Address
    • BNF details – Customer name, customer full address, account #, invoice #

 

 

 

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