Looking to Send a Large Sum of Money?
RBC offers a way to send or receive a large sum of money quickly and securely with a wire transfer. Wire payments can be made to almost anywhere in the world and in any currency.
To send or receive a wire transfer at your RBC Royal Bank account, you will need the information outlined below.
You will need to provide the sending bank with:
- Your account number
- RBC Royal Bank institution number: 003
- RBC Royal Bank Routing/ABA number (if funds coming from U.S.): 021000021
- RBC Royal Bank SWIFT BIC (if funds coming from international location): ROYCCAT2
- Your RBC Royal Bank branch phone number, address and transit number
You will need to provide RBC with the following information about the receiver:
- Beneficiary Transit number (Routing #)
- Beneficiary Account number (International Bank Account Numbers are called IBANs)
- Beneficiary Name
- Amount of money being sent
- Beneficiary Address (where the statement is mailed to)
RBC Royal Bank’s SWIFT Code is ROYCCAT2 and our ABA routing number for U.S. dollar correspondence is 021000021
Note: there are fees associated for both incoming and outgoing wire transfersView Wire Transfer Fees