You need to know your bank’s routing number if you want to receive wire transfers. These security numbers allow banks to recognize each other within the transfer. Keep reading to learn about HSBC’s routing numbers and how to use them.
Always double-check the routing number to ensure you’re using the appropriate one for the transaction type.
Routing numbers, also known as routing transit numbers or ABA numbers, are nine-digit security codes that identify the banks sending and receiving transferred funds.
Here are some situations when you might find yourself using a routing number:
- Wiring money domestically or overseas
- Setting up recurring payments
- Paying a bill online or over the phone
- Transferring funds between different bank accounts
In order to receive an international wire transfer to your HSBC account, you’ll need to provide the sender with the following details, among other information:
- Your name and address
- Your bank information, including the routing number and SWIFT code
- HSBC’s address: 452 5th Ave, New York, NY 10018
Information is accurate as of March 14, 2023.
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