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International payments involve the movement of funds from one country to another. Several options are available and all are subject to the laws and regulations in the countries of the remitter and payee. INTRUST International Banking professionals are experts at sending and receiving funds across country borders.
The most expedient method for transferring funds is remittance by electronic transmission. A wire transfer is a message to the receiving bank requesting them to effect payment in accordance with the instructions given. The message also includes settlement instructions. Processing time by the receiving bank will vary.
- International wire transfer requests are taken until 3:00 CST for same day processing. (2:30 CST for consumer initiated international wires)
- The value date for U.S. dollar transfers is the next business day.
- The value date for foreign currency transfers is two business days after the date of the request.
- Delays can be avoided by having complete remittance information, including the name, address, and account number of the payee, and the name and location of the payee's bank as well as the purpose of the wire transfer.
When funds are expected from foreign locations, it is important to provide the remitter with adequate information about the receiving bank and the routing information necessary in order to prevent delays. In addition to the payee's name, it is essential that the complete and accurate name of the payee's bank be given, along with a physical address, any branch codes if known or necessary and the account number. Including a US bank's ABA routing number is helpful, though not essential.
To properly direct inward remittances to accounts with INTRUST, the remitter should be provided with the following information:
INTRUST Bank, N.A.
105 North Main
Wichita, KS 67201
Routing & SWIFT Numbers
ABA Routing No: 101100029
SWIFT Code: TRSTUS44
Foreign Check Clearing
Consult our International Banking experts to understand the risks associated with accepting a foreign check.
- Checks drawn on a foreign bank are subject to the clearing rules of the country in which they are drawn. Substantial time may pass before knowing if a check will be returned for stop pay, insufficient funds or fraud.
- Checks that cannot be deposited for immediate provisional credit can be sent on a collection basis and your account will be credited upon receipt of funds.
For more information about our International Banking services, contact an International Banker.