Routing Numbers (FedACH Participant Banks) Data last updated:28-Apr-2016
Find Routing numbers for all FedACH Participant banks and Institutes across US.
Select a State,city and Bankname from below list to get Routing Number information for the Branches of that Bank.
ALIANT BANK: Routing Number
Record Type Code
(MMDDYY) Date of last change to CRF information
Institution Status Code
#Record Type Code: The code indicating the ABA number to be used to route or send ACH items to the RFI
0 = Institution is a Federal Reserve Bank
1 = Send items to customer routing number
2 = Send items to customer using new routing number field
*Institution Status Code : Code is based on the customers receiver code
Routing Number :
Routing Number is a nine-digit numeric code printed on the
bottom of checks that is used to facilitate the electronic
routing of funds (ACH transfer) from one bank account to
another. It’s also referred to as RTN, Routing Transit Number or Bank Routing Number.
What is FedACH?
FedACH is the Federal Reserve Banks' Automated Clearing House for financial institutions. The FedACH offers financial institutions, corporations, and consumers an efficient alternative payment method to writing, collecting, and processing paper checks.
What are the Fedwire Funds Service and the Fedwire Securities Service?
The Fedwire Funds Service is the real-time gross settlement electronic payments service owned and operated by the Federal Reserve Banks.
The Fedwire Securities Service is a real-time gross settlement book-entry securities service owned and operated by the Federal Reserve Banks that allows for the immediate, simultaneous delivery of securities against payment.
Fedwire participants are primarily depository institutions acting on behalf of themselves and their customers.
Routing Number/RTN/Routing Transit Number:
Routing Number is used to facilitate the electronic routing of funds (ACH transfer) from one bank account to another in USA.A Routing Number is a nine-digit numeric code printed on the bottom of checks. Itís also referred to as RTN,Routing Transit Number or Bank Routing Number.
What is SWIFT Code/BIC Code?
Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication(SWIFT) has defined standard format of Business Identifier Codes which is called as SWIFT code or BIC Code. It acts as a unique identification code for both financial and non-financial institutions. Swift code is used while transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers, and also for the exchange of other messages between banks. SWIFT handles the registration of SWIFT codes across the world.
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