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BANK OF TEXAS Routing Numbers (Fedwire Participant Bank)

Routing Number for BANK OF TEXAS Branches across States in US.
Bank City State Routing Number
STATE BANK OF TEXAS DALLAS TX 111017458
BANK OF TEXAS MIDLAND TX 111323809
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF TEXAS TERRELL TX 111901519
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF TEXAS WAXAHACHIE TX 111901629
AMERICAN BANK OF TEXAS SHERMAN TX 111901645
NORTHSTAR BANK OF TEXAS DENTON TX 111904817
FIDELITY BANK OF TEXAS WACO TX 111905340
GRAND BANK OF TEXAS GRAND PRAIRIE TX 111906624
STAR BANK OF TEXAS FORT WORTH TX 111924075
INDEPENDENT BANK OF TEXAS IRVING TX 111924651
PROVIDENCE BANK OF TEXAS. SSB SOUTHLAKE TX 111994115
THE STATE BANK OF TEXAS HOUSTON TX 113011119
ICON BANK OF TEXAS. N.A. HOUSTON TX 113025422
COMMERCIAL BANK OF TEXAS. N.A. NACOGDOCHES TX 113102714
COMMUNITYBANK OF TEXAS. NA BEAUMONT TX 113103797
COMMUNITYBANK OF TEXAS. NA BEAUMONT TX 113111983
CAPITAL BANK OF TEXAS CARRIZO SPRINGS TX 114924690
FARM CREDIT BANK OF TEXAS AUSTIN TX 114924700
BUSINESS BANK OF TEXAS. N.A. AUSTIN TX 114925615
FIRSTCAPITAL BANK OF TEXAS. N.A. MIDLAND TX 116324201
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