Trustmark Routing Number | How to Wire


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Trustmark has a routing number that enables account holders to make domestic and international payments and transfers. It is worth noting that Trustmark is not directly connected to the SWIFT network. This means that international transfers have to be conducted through an intermediary.

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Routing Number

  • 065300279

SWIFT Code

  • Not directly connected to the SWIFT network.

Routing Number On Check

Trustmark account holders can locate the bank’s routing number on their checks. The ABA or routing number is located at the left hand corner, at the bottom of the check. This is the series of 9 digits located just before the account number as illustrated below.

Where to find Trustmark routing number

How to Wire Funds

Wire transfers can be initiated at a branch location  or through online banking.  The following information is needed to initiate the transaction.

Outgoing Domestic Transfer

  • Name of the beneficiary
  • Account Number of the beneficiary
  • Routing number of the receiving institution
  • Address of the receiving institution

Incoming Domestic Transfer

  • Trustmark beneficiary name
  • Trustmark account number
  • Trustmark address – P.O. BOX 291, JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI – 39205
  • Trustmark routing number

Outgoing International Transfers

  • Name of the beneficiary
  • Beneficiary’s account number
  • Name of receiving institution
  • Address of the receiving institution
  • Swift code of the receiving institution

Incoming International Transfers

  • Name of Trustmark beneficiary
  • Trustmark account number
  • Trustmark routing number – 065300279
  • Intermediary Bank Swift Code

Trustmark charges a fee of $15.00 for incoming wire transfers. Outgoing domestic wire transfers incur a fee of $20 and $50 for outgoing international wire transfers.

 

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