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VALLEY NATIONAL BANK Routing Numbers (FedACH Participant Bank)

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Bank Address State Zip Code Routing Number New Routing Number
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 1460 VALLEY RD, WAYNE NJ 07470 021201383
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 1460 VALLEY ROAD, WAYNE NJ 07470 021201600
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 1460 VALLEY RD, WAYNE NJ 07470 021204403
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 1460 VALLEY RD, WAYNE NJ 07470 021205253
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 1460 VALLEY RD, WAYNE NJ 07450 021206537
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 1460 VALLEY ROAD, WAYNE NJ 07470 021206566
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 1460 VALLEY ROAD, WAYNE NJ 07470 021206715
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 1460 VALLEY ROAD, WAYNE NJ 07470 021206993
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 1460 VALLEY ROAD, WAYNE NJ 07470 021207044
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 1460 VALLEY RD, WAYNE NJ 07450 021207235
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 1460 VALLEY RD, WAYNE NJ 07470 021207280
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 1460 VALLEY RD, WAYNE NJ 07470 021213339
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