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Regions Bank Routing Numbers and Wiring Instructions

If you are a Regions Bank client and want to transfer funds domestically or internationally you’ll be required to have a routing number. It can be easily find on your check.

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Routing Number on a Check

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List of Regions Bank Routing Numbers

  • Alabama — 062000019
  • Arkansas — 082000109
  • Florida — 063104668
  • Georgia — 061101375
  • Illinois — 071122661
  • Indiana — 074014213
  • Iowa — 073900438
  • Kentucky — 083901744
  • Louisiana — 065403626
  • Mississippi — 065305436
  • Missouri — 081001387
  • North Carolina — 053012029
  • South Carolina — 053201814
  • Tennessee — 064000017
  • Texas — 111900785
  • Virginia — 051009296

 

How to Wire Money

The best way Regions Bank recommends you to transfer funds and wire money is to do it online(if you have a regions Bank online banking account) or to go to their nearest branch and do it in person. Both ways you’ll need the following information

Domestic Wire – Up to 24 Hours for Processing

  • Bank Name
  • Routing Number – 062000019
  • Address of Bank
  • Creditor’s Name
  • Creditor’s Account Number

Regions Bank is not connected to SWIFT network. You can use Western Union in order to transfer funds internationally.

You’ll need the following information to complete this service:

  • Destination country
  • Receiver’s full name
  • Bank account
  • Amount to send

Contact the Bank’s Costumer Service at 1(800)734-4667.

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