GECU Routing Number | SWIFT Code | How to Wire


GECU Online Banking » GECU Routing Number | SWIFT Code | How to Wire

GECU provides customers with an ABA routing number that they use for most transactions. One instance where the ABA routing number must be used is when a customer is transferring funds from another bank to their account. International transfers require that you indicate the SWIFT code.

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Routing Number

  • 312081089

SWIFT Code

  • N/A

Routing Number On Check

The GECU routing number can be found on the business/personal checks issued by the bank. You can find the routing number on the bottom left hand corner of your check. It is the first set of 9 digits just before the account number. Below is a sample of the check.

Routing Number on Check

Routing Number on Check

How to Wire Funds

Business and personal customers can carry out a wire transfer to and from the bank. To do this, follow the instructions below:

Incoming Domestic Transfers

  • GECU account number
  • GECU routing number
  • GECU Address – GECU, 1225 AIRWAY BOULEVARD, EL PASO, TEXAS – 79925

 

Outgoing Domestic Transfers:

  • Name and account number of the beneficiary
  • Name and address of receiving bank
  • Routing number of receiving bank

 

Incoming International Wire Transfer

 

  • Name and account number of beneficiary
  • GECU address
  • GECU routing number
  • GECU Swift Code – Call customer service for details.

 

Outgoing International Wire Transfer

  • Name and account number of the beneficiary
  • Name and address of the receiving institution
  • Swift code of the receiving institution

 

 

 

 

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