Knowing your checking account routing number is very important, because it will be required when you want to sign up for automatic deposits, make payroll payments or send wire transfers. For Chase customers, we shall list all Chase Bank Routing Number for transcations.
What Is a Routing Number?
A routing number comprised of nine digits that tell financial institutions where transactions need to be processed. It is also known as an ABA number.
Let’s say you want to deposit a check in an ATM, the routing number will enable the bank to identify the financial institution on which it was drawn.
Chase Bank Routing Number For All States
|New York — downstate||021000021|
|New York — upstate||022300173|
Your Chase Bank check routing number depends on where you opened your Chase account. Currently, Chase has 24 different checking routing numbers across the United States to help keep its customers’ accounts organized.
Routing Numbers for International Wire Transfers
Chase Bank provide it’s customers with different routing numbers for different types of accounts. For example, if you’re making or receiving a domestic wire transfer, there’s a specific number code for that.
In order to complete an international wire transfer, you need the bank identification code, also known as Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) code that your recipient’s bank uses to receive wire transfers. A SWIFT code is an international bank code that identifies banks worldwide. If anyone wants to send money to you from overseas, you need to send this code to the person.
Below are Chase Bank’s wire transfer numbers:
- Chase Bank Wiring Numbers
- Domestic Wire Transfer 21000021
- International Wire Transfer 21000021
- SWIFT Code CHASUS33