Chase Bank Routing Number or better known as ABA routing or simply transit number can be easily obtained from any of the voided check issued by the bank. Depending upon where you had open your account JP Morgan Chase Routing Numbers will vary and you should find the routing number specific to your location. Routing number is a nine digit code assigned by the bank to its branches in different states for the purpose of identity of the location of the account while carrying out a number of online as well as offline banking processes. The following are the American Bank Association (ABA) routing/transit number pertaining to different regions in the United States.
|021000021||New York - Downstate|
|022300173||New York - Upstate|
It is quite easy to find Chase Routing Number as it appears on the extreme left bottom of voided checks of JP Morgan Chase Bank. It is essential for the account holders of the bank to know there routing number as it is necessary while performing Fedwire fund transfers, direct deposits and various other automated online transfers. The American Bankers Association is credited with the introduction of the transit number of the bank in 1910. Since then, a huge range of routing numbers has been assigned to several banks taking the bank’s transit number.
Chase saving account or checking account holders can select the routing number listed above and enjoy the fast and hassle free services of online wire transfer and fund transfer without wasting their precious time. Chase routing number for wires is also the recipient bank routing number. However, to make wires transfer, it is often required to provide the swift number of the bank branch to where the transfer is to be made.