The Regions Bank Routing Number is used to identify your bank when carrying out a transaction. There are multiple ways to find out your Regions Bank Routing Number, one of them is looking for it on the official website’s FAQ section.
Finding a Routing Number on a Check or Deposit Slip
State-wise Regions Routing Number
Whenever you are receiving a wire transfer from another Financial Institution to your Regions Bank Account, you will need to provide them with your Regions’ wire transfer routing number. For receiving Funds from international financial institutions you’ll need to provide your Regions’ International wire transfer routing number which is also known as the Swift Code.
What is a Wire Transfer?
- An electronic transfer of funds from one financial institution to another is called a Wire Transfer.
- To receive a wire transfer to your Regions Bank checking account, you will need to provide the sender with your Regions’ Bank wire transfer routing number and your checking account number.
- If the wire transfer is being carried out from an international financial institution you will need to provide the sender your Regions’ International wire transfer routing number (Swift Code) and your checking account number.