UCBI Routing Number | SWIFT Code | How to Wire


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UCBI provides their account holders with one primary ABA routing number that is used for the majority of all transactions initiated by UCBI customers. For transfers/payments that require a SWIFT code (commonly used for international transfers), UCBI uses an intermediary bank/SWIFT code.

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Routing Number

  • 061112843

SWIFT Code

  • WFBIUS6S (intermediary)

Routing Number On Check

You can locate your UCBI 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 UCBI check can be seen below, with the location of the routing number outlined in black.

UCBI Sample Check - Where to Find UCBI Routing Number

UCBI Sample Check – Where to Find UCBI Routing Number

How to Wire Funds

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

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

  • 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

For an incoming domestic wire transfer, please have the following information on-hand:

  • Bank name (United Community Bank)
  • Routing number (061112843)
  • Address (125 Highway 515 East – Blairsville, GA 30512)
  • Credit information (your full name and bank account number)

Incoming international wire transfers require the following details:

  • Intermediary bank address (Wells Fargo Bank Intl, 420 Montgomery Street – San Francisco, CA)
  • Intermediary SWIFT code (WFBIUS6S)
  • Beneficiary bank (United Community Bank)
  • Beneficiary routing number (061112843)
  • Credit information (your full name and bank account number)

Note: International wire transfers may take up to seven business days to complete.

UCBI Wire Transfer Fees:

  • Incoming domestic – $12
  • Outgoing domestic – $30 ($10 via online business banking)
  • Incoming international – $12
  • Outgoing international – $50
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