How to Find Your Fidelity Routing Number

You need a routing number to send or receive Fidelity funds.

Banks and brokers use routing numbers to identify where funds are coming from and where they’re going to. Although you might not think of them much outside of making transfers, they’re an essential part of the financial ecosystem. Use this chart to instantly find your routing number for Fidelity account.

Fidelity Routing Number

What Is a Routing Number?

Routing numbers, or ABA numbers, were created by the American Bankers Association in 1910 as a way to identify check-processing endpoints — that is, where the money goes. More than a century later, financial institutions still rely on routing numbers for better business.

A routing number essentially directs funds to the proper bank during a transaction. You can see your nine-digit routing number on the lower left-hand corner of your checks.

The first two numbers represent one of 12 Federal Reserve Bank districts where the bank is located. The next two numbers indicate the Federal Reserve Bank district branch your bank falls under. The next four numbers identify the bank itself. The ninth number in a routing number is known as a “check digit,” which allows you to verify the accuracy of a routing number, and can be used to prevent bad checks.

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Know Your Fidelity Routing Number

Want to fund your Fidelity 401k or perhaps another Fidelity retirement account? You’ll probably want to know which routing numbers to use. Always double-check to make sure you’re taking down the right information. A single incorrect digit means the funds will go elsewhere, failing the transaction.

Routing numbers are usually well within your reach for a quick look-up. Aside from here, you can also find Fidelity routing numbers on the financial institution’s website, with live chat support available. Or, if you have your Fidelity checks handy, just look for your routing number there.

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Banks Can Have Multiple Routing Numbers

Banks and brokers have different routing numbers depending on a variety of factors. One factor is the size. For example, a major bank such as Wells Fargo has different routing numbers in each state. Smaller banks and online-only financial institutions usually only use one routing number nationwide.

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An institution might also have different routing numbers to fulfill different functions. For example, Fidelity has different routing numbers used for its brokerage and mutual fund accounts.

Fidelity Routing Numbers
Brokerage accounts 021000021
Mutual Funds accounts 021001033

Note that Fidelity wires through J.P. Morgan Chase and the Deutsche Bank Trust Company.

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Different Fidelity Routing Numbers for International Wire Transfers

International wire transfers use the same principles as a domestic transfer: Using a set of numbers to tell the banks where to send and receive money. However, international wire transfers use SWIFT codes, which are necessary for international transfer. Whereas domestic transfers are generally done same-day, wire transfers can take up to 10 business days or longer.

Here are Fidelity’s SWIFT codes:

Fidelity SWIFT Codes
Brokerage accounts CHASUS33
Mutual Funds accounts BKTRUS33

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About the Author

Sean Dennison

Sean joined the GOBankingRates team in 2018, bringing with him several years of experience with both military and collegiate writing and editing experience. Sean’s first foray into writing happened when he enlisted in the Marines, with the occupational specialty of combat correspondent. He covered military affairs both in garrison and internationally when he deployed to Afghanistan. After finishing his enlistment, he completed his BA in English at UC Berkeley, eventually moving to Southern California.

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