Johnson Bank Routing Number and SWIFT Code


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The Johnson Bank routing number can be seen below, along with the bank’s SWIFT code (used for international transfers and payments). The ABA routing number is used for all forms of incoming/outgoing domestic transfers and payments. Johnson Bank provides both domestic and international wire transfer services (international transfers may be limited to business customers). Detailed wire transfer instructions, as well as various information regarding the wire transfer process (fees, etc.) can be seen below under the section titled ‘How to Wire Funds.’

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Routing Number

  • 075911852

SWIFT Code

  • JNBKUS44

Routing Number On Check

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

Johnson Bank Routing Number - Where to Locate on Check

Johnson Bank Routing Number – Where to Locate on Check

How to Wire Funds

Johnson Bank wire transfers can be initiated online (for business customers) or in-person at a Johnson Bank branch location (for both personal and business accounts). Business account holders who want to learn more about Johnson Bank’s online wire transfer service should get in touch with a treasury management representative at (877-236-2739).

The following information is needed to initiate an outgoing domestic wire transfer:

  • Receiving financial institution’s name
  • Routing/transit number of receiving financial institution
  • Full street address of receiving financial institution (specific branch of main office)
  • Recipient’s name
  • Recipient’s address (if required)
  • Recipient’s account number
  • Reason of transfer
  • Amount to be wired
  • Specific instructions to be carried out upon transfer (allocation of funds, etc.)

International wire transfers require the following information (dependent on country of receiving financial institution):

Note: international wire transfers can only be initiated online by business banking customers via Johnson Bank’s Business Gateway service.

  • Name of financial institution funds will be wired to
  • SWIFT/IBAN (or specific country code) of receiving financial institution
  • Full address of receiving financial institution
  • Recipient’s name
  • Recipient’s address (required for all international transfers)
  • Recipient’s account number
  • Reason of transfer
  • Amount to be wired
  • Specific instructions to be carried out upon transfer (allocation of funds, etc.)

 

 

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