Regions Bank Routing Numbers & Wire Transfer

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To receive wire transfers into Regions Bank account, the recipient must provide his or her branch routing number.

Below is a list of Regions Bank routing numbers and corresponding state.

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


Locating Regions Bank routing number on the check is easy.

The image below will show you where you can locate it at the bottom of the check.



Wire transfer is a quick way of receiving and sending funds in your Regions Bank account.

Regions Bank customers can receive both Domestic Wire Transfers and International wire transfers.

SWIFT Code is necessary if you want to receive any international wire transfer.

The transfer process starts when the sending financial institution receives your bank account information.

With Regions Bank, you can perform wire transfers online or by visiting to your local branch

Domestic Wire

Domestic wire transfers ensure your transactions are complete within 24 hours.

To receive fund through domestic wire transfer, you will have to provide the sending financial institution with your bank account information.

Below is the required information:

  • Bank Name – Regions Bank 
  • Routing Number – 062005690
  • Address of Bank – Birmingham, AL
  • Beneficiary’s Name – Your name as it appears on your statement
  • Beneficiary’s Account Number – Your full Regions Bank account number

International Wire

With Regions Bank, you are able to receive international wire transfers after providing your bank account information to the sending financial institution.

Below is the needed information:

  • Swift Code – UPNBUS44
  • Bank Name – Regions Bank 
  • Routing Number – 062005690
  • Address of Bank – Birmingham, AL
  • Beneficiary’s Name – Your name as it appears on your statement
  • Beneficiary’s Account Number – Your full Regions Bank account number

Wire Transfer Fees for Regions Bank

International and Domestic Wire Transfer fees differ in Regions Bank depending on whether they are incoming or outgoing.

Here is the breakdown:

International Wire Transfers – $18 for each incoming transaction and $45 for each outgoing transaction.

Domestic Wire Transfers – $15 for each incoming transaction and $20 for each outgoing transaction