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Regions Bank Routing Number

Regions Bank Routing Number, which is also known as ABA routing or transit number, differs from one US state to another. Your state is where you have opened your account. Currently, Regions Bank has branches in 16 states, which include Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.

You can view the routing number of your bank by looking at the bottom of your checks or deposit slips. It is a nine digit number located at the leftmost corner of the check, just before your account number.

A routing number is a unique identification mark for each branch of a bank and is used to transfer money via checks, wire transfers, or direct deposits. This number is assigned by an independent body known as American Bankers Association. It is important to know the routing number of a Regions bank branch to enable a money transfer through wire transfers and also to use effectively the check services of the bank. Here are the routing numbers of Regions bank for the states where it operates:

StateRouting Number
Alabama062000019
Arkansas082000109
Florida063104668
Georgia061101375
Illinois071122661
Indiana074014213
Iowa073900438
Kentucky083901744
Louisiana065403626
Mississippi065305436
Missouri081001387
North Carolina053012029
South Carolina053201814
Tennessee064000017
Texas111900785
Virginia051009296

Moreover, there exists separate routing numbers for wire transfers into a checking account. If you intend to receive a fund from a bank located anywhere in the US, you can use 062005690. On the other hand, if you want to enable an international wire transfer, you are required to use a different routing number, which is UPNBUS44.

For more information on Regions Bank locations and branch hours in all the sixteen states, you can browse our website. This website also helps you find information on customer service, online banking and other useful services of the bank.


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