image descriptionWire Transfers

Wire transfer services allow you to send and receive guaranteed funds to companies or individuals around the world.

Features

  • Transactions are processed in a timely manner
  • Incoming wire transfers are immediately credited to your account

Wiring Funds IN to Your Account

Wire Domestic Wires to:


Boulder Valley Credit Union
5505 Arapahoe Avenue
Boulder, CO 80303
ABA Routing Transit Number: 307074535



Final Credit:

Account Holder's Name
Account Address (Street Address, No P.O. Boxes)
Account Number
Any other information you may wish to send


PLEASE NOTE:
It is necessary to use these exact instructions so that your wire is not rejected en route to us. Generally, wires must be sent by 1:00 p.m. in order to be received the same day. Check with your financial institution for the cutoff time.

International Wires

If the foreign bank has a relationship with a US correspondent bank, the wire can be sent from the foreign bank to their US correspondent bank, and the US correspondent bank will process the wire using the instructions above.

If the foreign bank does not have a relationship with a US correspondent bank and if they have their own SWIFT* code, the following wiring instructions must be used:

Wire International Wires To:
Corporate One Federal Credit Union
8700 Orion Place
Columbus, OH 43240
ABA Routing Transit Number 244084264


Further Credit:

Boulder Valley Credit Union
5505 Arapahoe Ave
Boulder, CO 80303
Account Number 307074535


Final Credit:

Account Holder's Name
Account Holder's Street Address (No PO Boxes)
Account Number
Any other information you wish to send



Wiring Funds OUT of Your Account

Domestic Wires

To wire funds out of your BVCU account, we need the following information:

Name and Address of the Financial Institution to be credited
Routing/Transit Number of the Financial Institution

 

Name and Address (Street Address, No P.O. Boxes) on the account to be credited
Account Number to be credited
Any other information you may wish to send

For all wires, we request a wire security code. If you do not have one, contact the credit union and we will be happy to set one up for you.

International Wires

If the foreign bank has a SWIFT* code, we can wire funds from your account directly to the foreign bank. If the foreign bank does not have a SWIFT code, we must have the information for a correspondent bank located in the USA to process the wire.

* What is a SWIFT Code?
The SWIFT (Society for World-wide Interbank Financial Telecommunications) system is a computer-based message switching system used by most international banks as a method of making overseas payments. The SWIFT code is 8 or 11 alphanumeric characters long and is the international standard for uniquely identifying a financial institution. The SWIFT code is also known as BIC (Bank Identifier Code).