To make a wire transfer, you need a SWIFT code, so what is Chase bank Swift code? This post will give you the Chase Bank Swift code and all the information you need to make a worldwide transaction (wire transfer) on Chase Bank.
Chase Bank SWIFT Codes
The SWIFT/BIC code for JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A. is CHASUS33XXX. However, Chase Bank (Jp Morgan Chase) uses different SWIFT/BIC codes for the different types of banking services it offers. If you are not sure which code to use, please contact your recipient or the bank directly.
What is the SWIFT code for Chase Bank (Jp Morgan Chase)?
- Bank Name: JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A.
- SWIFT code: CHASUS33XXX
- Bank address: 383 MADISON AVENUE
- City: NEW YORK
- Country: United States
Why do I need the Chase Bank (Jp Morgan Chase) SWIFT code?
If you make an international money transfer to a Chase Bank (Jp Morgan Chase) bank account, or if someone transfers your money to your bank account at Chase Bank (Jp Morgan Chase) in the United States, you will be asked for a BIC/SWIFT code along with details such as the bank address. However, using traditional banks to send money abroad can be slow and expensive.
Frequently Asked Questions
What information do I need to transfer money?
To set up the recipients you want to pay, you need to provide some information for each recipient, including:
- Receiver’s Name
- Account number recipient
- Bank routing/SWIFT number of the recipient
- USD/foreign currency to use for the transfer
- Recipient’s postal address with city, region, country, and zip code
Once you’ve set up your recipient information, simply choose a name from your recipient list to send money.
What is a SWIFT code?
A SWIFT code or bank identification code (BIC) identifies the bank that will receive your transfer. You need a SWIFT/BIC to send an international money transfer. If you receive an international wire transfer, tell your sender that Chase bank’s SWIFT code is CHASUS33.
If you are not familiar with the SWIFT/BIC, please contact your recipient’s bank, or when creating a recipient, you can use Chase bank Swift code search.
What is an IBAN?
An IBAN, or International Bank Account Number, identifies specific bank accounts at international banks. Depending on the country, we may ask you to provide an IBAN when sending an international wire transfer. If someone outside the US sends you money and asks for Chase bank IBAN, you must provide Chase bank’s SWIFT code, CHASUS33, and your account number. We do not use IBAN to receive incoming international payments.
What is a global transfer?
A service for sending international payments from your Chase checking account using chase.com and the Chase Mobile app. It features an exchange rate calculator so you know the exchange rate and costs before choosing/creating a recipient.
When Do Chase Bank Process Wires?
We will start processing your transfer the same business day if we receive it before the closing time. Footnote 5 (opens overlay) If we receive your request after that time, we will process it the next business day.
Before we send a transfer, it goes through an internal review process, and in some cases, we may need to contact you to verify your request. After we send the transfer, the receiving bank may have its own review process, which can delay delivery.
When will the beneficiary receive the payment?
For international transfers sent from a personal account, you will receive a notification with the date when the money will be available to the recipient. All other international transfers are usually available to the recipient within 3-5 business days of being sent. Before sending money internationally, you must verify the currency of the payee’s account. Domestic cables are usually available to the recipient within one business day of shipment.
Can I send future-dated and/or recurring transfers?
Yes, for business accounts, you can schedule domestic and international wire transfers for a future date and/or regularly (i.e. weekly, biweekly, monthly, quarterly, yearly, etc.) up to 365 days in advance. For personal accounts, you can schedule domestic transfers for a future date and/or regularly up to 365 days in advance. For personal accounts, we do not allow you to schedule a future dated or repeating international transfer.