Routing Numbers

The routing number is a 9-digit number that serves to identify the specific financial institution responsible for the payment of a negotiable instrument. FedACH is the Federal Reserve Banks' Automated Clearing House for financial institutions. FedACH offers financial institutions, corporations, and consumers an efficient alternative payment method to writing, collecting, and processing paper checks.

Below is the list of all major financial institutions in US which are assigned the routing numbers.
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