Swift and BIC Codes for Bank of America NA




Swift Codes, also called BIC Codes, are used for International Wire Transfers. While routing number in USA are used for domestic wire transfers, swift codes are used for incoming international fund transfers. If you want to send or receive money from outside of united states to a bank account of Bank of America NA in USA, your bank will ask for the swift code of Bank of America NA.

Important: Swift Codes or BICs of Bank of America NA are used ONLY for International Wire Transfers. If you are doing only domestic payments then you only need routing number of Bank of America NA instead of swift codes.

Some International wires require an IBAN number, but bank accounts in USA do not have an IBAN. However, you need to provide ABA Routing Number and your Account Number along with Swift Code of Bank of America NA to initiate International wire transfer.

Bank of America NA Swift Codes for International Wire Transfers

To receive incoming international wire transfer in your BofA account in USA, please ask the sender to use the following swift code:

SWIFT Code:
BOFAUS3N [for both US dollar (USD)]
BOFAUS6S [foreign currency (non-USD) denominated wires]

Wire Transfer Routing Number: 026009593

If address of BofA is required:
Bank of America, N.A.
222 Broadway
New York, NY 10038
A full swift code (or Full BIC code) is 11 characters long. The last 3 characters in the full BIC is optional as they denote the branch code ('XXX' is for primary office and should be preferred if you are unsure). If there are multiple swift codes mentioned for Bank of America NA, just use the first 8 characters. If even first 8 characters are numerous, then, use the one closest to your location or confirm with your branch office.

Both sending and receiving of wire transfer may involve a fee. If there is a currency conversion, there may be additional cost - we recommend using services like TransferWise for getting best conversion rates with lower wire transfer fees.

Bank SwiftFull Swift CodeBank - BranchCity
BOFAUS6SBOFAUS6SXXXBANK OF AMERICA, N.A.SAN FRANCISCO,CA
BOFAUS6SBOFAUS6SSFXBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (U.S. FOREIGN EXCHANGE)SAN FRANCISCO,CA
BOFAUS6SBOFAUS6SMETBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (PRECIOUS METALS)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS6SBOFAUS6SIPBBANK OF AMERICA, N.A.SAN FRANCISCO,CA
BOFAUS6SBOFAUS6SINQBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (MONEY TRANSFER INQUIRIES)SAN FRANCISCO,CA
BOFAUS6SBOFAUS6SIGCBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (INTL GLOBAL CURRENCIES)SAN FRANCISCO,CA
BOFAUS6SBOFAUS6SGDSBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (GLOBAL DERIVATIVE SETTLEMENTS)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS6SBOFAUS6SGCIBANK OF AMERICA, N.A.SAN FRANCISCO,CA
BOFAUS6SBOFAUS6SFCDBANK OF AMERICA, N.A.SAN FRANCISCO,CA
BOFAUS6SBOFAUS6SBNDBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (FIXED INCOME DEBT SETTLEMENTS)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS6NBOFAUS6NXXXBANK OF AMERICA, N.A.SAN FRANCISCO,CA
BOFAUS6NBOFAUS6NGFXBANK OF AMERICA, N.A.SAN FRANCISCO,CA
BOFAUS6HBOFAUS6HXXXBANK OF AMERICA, N.A.SAN FRANCISCO,CA
BOFAUS3NBOFAUS3NXXXBANK OF AMERICA, N.A.NEW YORK,NY
BOFAUS3NBOFAUS3NINQBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (WIRE TRANSFER INQUIRY)NEW YORK,NY
BOFAUS3MBOFAUS3MXXXBANK OF AMERICA, N.A.MIAMI,FL
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DTSYBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (TREASURY)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DTAIBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (BANK OF AMERICA, TAIPEI BRANCH)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DSIGBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (BANK OF AMERICA, SINGAPORE BRANCH)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DSHABANK OF AMERICA, N.A.CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DSG4BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (BANK OF AMERICA,SINGAPORE BRANCH ACU)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DSG3BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (BANK OF AMERICA SINGAPORE LIMITED BASL ACU)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DSG2BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (BANK OF AMERICA SINGAPORE LIMITED)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DKORBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (BANK OF AMERICA, SEOUL BRANCH)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DJAPBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (BANK OF AMERICA, TOKYO BRANCH)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DINDBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (BANK OF AMERICA, MUMBAI BRANCH)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DHKGBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (BANK OF AMERICA, HONG KONG BRANCH)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DHK2BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (BANK OF AMERICA, HONG KONG BRANCH)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DEQNBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (NY/DEPT EQUITY DERIVATIVES)NEW YORK,NY
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DCRDBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (OTC DERIVATIVES)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DAUSBANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (BANK OF AMERICA, AUSTRALIA BRANCH)CHARLOTTE,NC
BOFAUS3DBOFAUS3DAU2BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. - (BANK OF AMERICA SECURITIES AUSTRALIA LIMITED, BAS AUSTRALIA)CHARLOTTE,NC

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