UMB Bank Online Banking » UMB Bank Routing Number and SWIFT Code
UMB Bank provides its customers with one routing number for domestic account transfers and related services (direct deposit, ACH payments, etc.), as well as a SWIFT code for international transactions.
Routing Number On Check
The routing number is a nine-digit numerical code that can be found on a UMB Bank personal/business check – located directly to the left of the account number, in the lower-left corner (as outlined in the sample check below).
How to Wire Funds
Wire transfers can be initiated over the phone (1-888-44WIRES), in-person at a UMB branch location, or online (via UMB Bank’s ‘Web Exchange‘ service – available only for business/commercial accounts).
To initiate an outgoing wire transfer via telephone:
- Call 1(888)-44WIRES
-Provide the following information:
- Your full name
- Telephone number
- UMB Bank PIN
- Account number to be used in the transaction
- Amount of money to be wired
- Beneficiary bank’s ABA routing number
- Beneficiary’s full name, account number, and street address
- Specific wire details/instructions
- Initiator’s information (UMB Bank branch information)
For a domestic wire transfer via ‘Web Exchange':
-You are required to have the following information:
- UMB Web Exchange user ID and password
- RSA secure token
- Domestic wire transfer user ID, password, and PIN
-Follow these instructions to sign in to the ‘Domestic Wire Transfer’ service:
- Go to https://www.umb.com/Commercial/index.html
- Enter your user ID into the blank entry form (located on the left-side of the webpage) and click the ‘Next’ button.
- Enter your user ID, password, and security token into the appropriate fields, and click the ‘Sign In’ button.
- You will be redirected to the Web Exchange homepage, click the ‘Wire Transfer – Domestic’ link.
- Provide the required information (wire transfer ID, password, and PIN) into the input fields, and click the ‘submit’ button.
Note: Please contact a customer support associate at 1(888)-449-4737 if you require assistance using UMB Web Exchange.