Central Bank Routing Number | How to Wire


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The Central Bank routing number allows account holders to perform domestic wire transfers, as well as other forms of electronic transfers/payments (ACH transfers, direct deposit, etc). For detailed information regarding wire transfer protocols, account holders should get in touch with a member services representative, or visit a branch location. 

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Routing Number

  • 042100146 
  • 083002533 (Jefferson County)

SWIFT Code

  • Not directly connected to the SWIFT network.

Routing Number On Check

Locate your Central Bank routing number on one of your personal/business checks. ABA routing numbers will always be located in the bottom-left corner of a bank’s check, located directly to the left of the account number. A sample Central Bank check can be seen below, with the location of the routing number outlined in black.

Central Bank Routing Number - Where to Locate On Check

Central Bank Routing Number – Where to Locate On Check

How to Wire Funds

Personal customers will typically have to initiate a wire transfer in-person at a branch location or over the telephone. Business account holders are able to initiate wire transfers online via ‘CentralNet Business Online Banking.’

For an outgoing domestic wire transfer the following information will be needed:

  • Name of financial institution funds will be wired to
  • Routing/transit number of receiving financial institution
  • Full address of receiving financial institution
  • Name, full address, and bank account number of wire recipient
  • Amount to be wired
  • Special instructions to be carried out by beneficiary

Incoming domestic wire transfers require the following details:

  • Bank name (Central Bank)
  • Routing number
    • 042100146
    • 083002533 (Jefferson County)
  • Address
  • Credit information (your full legal name and bank account number)
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