Chase Bank Routing Number And Swift Codes
Sending and receiving money using a wire transfer can be confusing. Suddenly you are required to have numbers that you may not have heard of before. In this article we will identify the 9 digit chase routing number and 11 digit swift code needed to wire funds to your chase bank account.
Your JPMorgan Chase Bank routing number goes by a few different names that you should be aware of. It goes by ABA (American Bank Association) number, transit number, and routing number. This number is used to identify your bank, in this case your Chase bank in the state you opened it in.
How To Find Chase Routing Number
From A Check
For your chase routing number, all the information you need is on a single check. A check contains 3 things:
- Check number
- Checking account number
- Transit / Routing number
The routing number is the 9 digit number located on the bottom left side of your check as shown.
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- Visit chase.com
- Click on “Explore Products” at the top of the page
- Click on “Checking”
- Enter your Zip Code
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on “Check Routing Information” under Resources
You can call Chase to speak to a representative to get your routing number or swift codes. Call 1-800-935-9935
List Of Chase Routing Numbers
In order to receive money via wire transfer you will need a routing number for your Chase bank account.
The following table provides chase routing numbers. Simply find your state and the corresponding information.* Table contents accurate at the time of publishing
Chase Bank ABA Number
New Jersey (NJ)
New York (Downstate NY)
New York (Upstate NY)
West Virginia (WV)
How To Find Your Chase Bank Swift Code
In the case of receiving money from international bank accounts you will need a swift code also known as a BIC code (Bank Identifier Code). This is an 11 digit combination of letters and numbers.
These codes are very specific right down to the city and branch. Publishing a table of all possible swift codes wouldn’t be practical so here are the steps to find it using an online BIC search.
- Go to http://www.swift.com/bsl/
- Enter the Institution, City, Captcha and Country
- Press search
- Locate the branch of your bank from the list
How the swift code is made:
- First 4 Characters - Bank Code (Only Letters)
- 2 Characters - Country Code (Only Letters)
- 2 Characters - Location Code (Letters or Digits)
- Last 3 Characters - Branch Code (Letters or Digits)