Outgoing Foreign Wire

Outgoing Foreign Wire Instructions

Please see below and bring the required information with you to initiate your outgoing foreign wire. Certain countries require additional information for outgoing wires, see below. You may also see our Services page for timelines on wire requests. Incoming and outgoing domestic and foreign wire transfers are available for a fee.

Information Required for All Outgoing Foreign Wires

  1. Beneficiary Bank SWIFT/BIC Code
  2. Beneficiary Bank Name
  3. Beneficiary Bank Address
  4. Beneficiary Name
  5. Beneficiary Account Number
  6. Beneficiary Address
  7. Wire Purpose

Country Specific Requirements

Country Requirement
Belarus 13-digit account number.
Brazil Phone number for the beneficiary

IBAN Number

Tax ID Number (CPF for individuals; CNPJ for businesses) – the Brazilian issued tax payer identification number for the beneficiary must be provided.
Canada Canadian Sort (Transit) Code – the Canadian sort code is a 9-digit transit number that combines the receiving financial institution identification number along with the beneficiary’s bank transit number.
China Beneficiary Phone Number
Colombia Tax ID Number – the Colombian issued tax payer identification number for the beneficiary must be supplied.
Beneficiary Phone Number
Participating Countries - Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom (England, Scotland and Wales)  An IBAN (International Bank Account Number) for the beneficiary is required and is used in place of the standard account number. The IBAN is an alpha-numeric code that can be up to 30-characters in length and begins with two (2) letters that are specific to the beneficiary country.
India IFSC (Indian Financial System Code) Transit Code – the IFSC identifies the bank branch and is an 11-character alpha-numeric code that begins with letters and ends with digits.

Beneficiary Declaration – the declaration is supplemental beneficiary contact information required by the Reserve Bank of India. Along with the beneficiary name, the beneficiary phone number and/or email must be supplied for declaration.
Mexico CLABE (Standardized Banking Code) for the beneficiary is required and used in place of the standard account number.  The CLABE consists of 18-digits and includes the beneficiary bank code.
Russia 20-digit account number

Intermediary Bank -  swift number and bank information