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Fifth Third Bank Routing Number

Every financial institute in United States of America has specific routing numbers. Likewise, Fifth Third Bank has different routing numbers for different branches. This number allows the customers to trace or route the transactions and transfers of money made by the bank. The bank also provides services pertaining to wire transfers. Fifth Third Bank routing number for wires or domestic wires ABA number is 042000314. The bank also provides wire transfer service for receiving and sending money to those who reside overseas. It is known as international wires or swift code. This service operates with the banks that support swift system. The swift code for Fifth Third Bank is FTBCUS3C.

The Routing Number or Routing Transit Number (RTN) is also known as ABA (American Bankers Association) number. It is a 9-digit bank code or bank number, issued under ABA. This number is found at the left bottom of the check and also on the deposit slips, etc. Customers having a personal account can figure it out easily as the first nine digit of their account number is usually the ABA routing number. On the other hand, in the case of a Business account the routing number is the 6-digit number given at the left bottom of the check.

A routing number is derived from the bank's transit number provided by American Bankers Association in order to identify the account-holder's bank. Therefore, more than 28,000 active transit routing or ABA numbers are currently in use. This unique bank number or code is used by Federal Reserve Bank to process Fedwire funds transfers. It is also used by ACH (Automated Clearing House) to process direct deposits, bill payments and other electronic transfers to the proper bank.

53 Bank Routing Numbers

Fifth Third Bank Routing Number varies from state to state. It also differs from one branch to another branch in the same city and state of the same company. For example, the routing number of Cincinnati (072400052) is not similar with the routing number of Columbus (044002161), though both of them belong to the same state, Ohio. Similarly, you can find differences in the routing numbers for Louisville and Lexington in KY and also for Toledo in Ohio and different locations in North Carolina. To get more information on 5/3 Bank Indianapolis branch, and other branches of this company you can visit the official website provided below at the bottom of this page. Given below are some of the important routing numbers along with their respective city/region and state.

Routing Number City/ Region State
072400052 Cincinnati Ohio
044002161 Columbus Ohio
083902374 Evansville Indiana
072400052 Grand Rapids Michigan
071923909 Chicago Illinois
042101190 Central Kentucky Kentucky
064103833 Nashville Tennessee
043018868 Western Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
063103915 Tampa Florida
081019104 St. Louis Missouri

The costumer can contact personally to the nearest Fifth Third Banking Center or bank branch to get more information on routing number. And also you can visit the official website provided below for more information on routing number and swift code.



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