Routing number for M and T Bank




M&T Bank is an American commercial bank that was founded in 1856 in western New York state, and is today headquartered in Buffalo at One M&T Plaza.

Routing Number for M&T Bank for Wire Transfers

- For domestic wires: M&T Bank's routing and transit number - 022000046
- For international wires: M&T Bank's SWIFT code - MANTUS33 (CHIPS/ABA 0555)

For Direct Deposits and Other Uses

Locate M&T Bank's Routing Number on your Check as shown below -
M and T Bank Routing Number
Based on the location of your bank branch, you can use the following routing number -

022000046 New York State
031302955 Pennsylvania and Delaware
052000113 Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and Washington D.C.

All Routing Numbers for M&T Bank



Routing NumberBankAddress**State, Zip
021300336M and T BANK2ND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
021302978M and T BANKSECOND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
021906471M and T BANK2ND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
021907577M and T BANK2ND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
022000046M and T BANK2ND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
031100092M and T BANKACH/EDI SERVICES AMHERSTNew York, 14228
031100173M and T BANK2ND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
031300834M and T BANK2ND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
031301192M and T BANK2ND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
031301532M and T BANK2ND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
031302735M and T BANK626 COMMERCE DRIVE AMHERSTNew York, 14228
031302955M and T BANK2ND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
031304720M and T BANK626 COMMERCE AMHERSTNew York, 14228
031318619M and T BANK2ND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
031901929M and T BANKACH/EDI SERVICES AMHERSTNew York, 14228
051008828M and T BANKSECOND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
052000113M and T BANK2ND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
052000634M and T BANKSECOND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
052100408M and T BANK2ND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
052173464M and T BANKACH/EDI SERVICES AMHERSTNew York, 14228
052204346M and T BANK2ND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14240
055000110M and T BANK2ND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
055073532M and T BANK626 COMMERCE DRIVE AMHERSTNew York, 14228
056005363M and T BANKSECOND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
056009233M and T BANKSECOND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
221370108M and T BANKSECOND DRIVE BUFFALONew York, 14228
221371165M and T BANKSECOND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
231375520M and T BANK626 COMMERCE DR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
251472636M and T BANKSECOND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
252070435M and T BANK626 COMMERCE DRIVE AMHERSTNew York, 14228
252070817M and T BANK626 COMMERCE DRIVE AMHERSTNew York, 14228
255072317M and T BANK626 COMMERCE DRIVE AMHERSTNew York, 14228
256073302M and T BANKSECOND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
256073373M and T BANKSECOND FLOOR AMHERSTNew York, 14228
**Address mentioned in the table may differ from your branch office address. Routing number of a bank usually differ only by state and is generally same for all branches in a state.

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