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The bank information required to send a Direct to Bank Account money transfer varies by country. In generally you will need to know: Your Receiver’s bank name. Your Receiver’s Bank Code and bank account number. The amount and currency you wish to send. You can refer to the Direct to Bank Account - Country Information section to see.
Wire Transfers. A wire transfer is an electronic transfer where money is sent from one financial institution to another. It’s the preferred method of sending money to someone in a foreign country, plus, you can send wires in almost any currency and receive them in either Canadian or US dollars. For an up to date listing of wire transfer fees, check out our banking fees page. Sending a wire.
For some countries you may need the national bank code rather than the BIC. IBAN (International Bank Account number) or account number: The IBAN is a series of alphanumeric characters that helps to identify accounts held anywhere in the world. Some beneficiaries may hold just an account number depending on their bank.
IRC number can delay the wire, or the receiving bank may return the wire when this number is not included in the payment instructions, and additional fees may be assessed. 3. Indian Financial Services Code (IFSC): Every Indian bank has a unique eleven (11) character alpha - numeric code identifying the bank branch to receive the wire transfer.
When sending a wire transfer to a new account, you will need either your Bank of America credit or debit card information (account number, expiration date and 3-digit security code) or the one-time Passcode from your SafePass mobile device or card.
To clarify instructions and ensure accurate information, those looking to make a transaction may wish to contact the destination bank directly to clarify instructions about effectively sending or receiving an international wire transfer. How Long Does an International Wire Transfer Take? Often, a sender’s account will be debited on the same day.
Bank transfer information When we make an international payment for you we require the following bank details. If you have any questions please contact us on 0117 311 3257.