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I have a customer attempting to do a wire transfer and their bank in europe is asking for an IBAN code. Where would i find this?
January 19, 2015 08:49:45 PM
In reply to Bonita, Rockledge
We appreciate you coming to TD Helps with your inquiry, Bonita. We would be more than happy to provide you with the information needed so your customer can receive a wire transfer from Europe.
Information needed by the Financial Institution depends on how your customer will be sending the funds into the TD Account. It could be sent in US Dollars or Foreign Currency.
To receive a wire transfer in US Dollars, please provide the Financial Institution in Europe the following information:
Wire to: TD Bank, N.A. Wilmington, Delaware, ABA: 0311-0126-6, The customer's complete name as it appears on the account, along with the account number.
To receive a wire transfer that is being sent in Foreign Currency, you'll need to provide the instructions as follows:
Correspondent Bank SWIFT Code: TDOMCATTTOR; Correspondent Bank: The Toronto Dominion Bank, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5k 1A2; Beneficiary Bank SWIFT Code: NRTHUS33XXX; Beneficiary Bank: TD Bank, N.A. 6000 Atrium Way, Mt Laurel, NJ 08054.
Please note that the International Bank Account Number, or IBAN, is used by some banks in Europe only; TD Bank does not have an IBAN.
Keep in mind also that depending on the currency you are receiving, some transactions may take longer than others. Please see the following link for all applicable fees included in our fee schedule: http://bit.ly/1cTejgt. And please note that we do not process or disburse funds from wire transfers received designated Pay Upon Proper Identification (PUPID) and return them to the sender.
We hope this helps, Bonita. Enjoy your day and let us know if you have any other questions.
Cameron P, Mount Laurel
January 19, 2015 08:50:48 PM