The routing number (also known as routing transit number or RTN) is a 9–digit code that assists when routing items to your bank, like checks, automatic ACH withdrawals, or direct deposit.
The account number is unique for each of your accounts at Vectra Bank and was listed on the signature card or documentation when you opened your account and on your bank statements; for deposit accounts, it is a 10–digit number.
For checking or money market accounts, it is printed in magnetic ink along the bottom of your checkbook. Similarly, for savings accounts, it is printed in the series of numbers along the bottom of your savings deposit or withdrawal slips. For privacy, the account number that appears on receipts from a branch or ATM is truncated to only display the last 4 digits of the account number.
Depending on whether an incoming wire transfer is sent from a domestic bank or internationally, the information to provide the sender may include the following information.
Additionally, the sender may need the address of Vectra Bank for sending the wire transfer. You can find a list of branch locations and their addresses here.