Capital Bank’s routing number gives account holders the ability to send and receive numerous forms of domestic account transfers and payments. Capital Bank also has international transfer capabilities due to established partnerships with intermediary banks that are connected to the SWIFT network of financial institutions.
- Not directly connected to the SWIFT network.
For detailed information regarding Capital Bank international transfer protocols and policies, get in touch with a customer account representative.
Routing Number On Check
Capital Bank account holders can locate their routing number on a Capital Bank check. The ABA routing number of an account will always be located in the lower-left corner of a check, directly to the left of the account number. A sample check can be seen below, with the location of where the Capital Bank routing number will be located (outlined in black).
How to Wire Funds
Wire transfers are typically initiated via written/vocal (in-person or telephone) request. Business accounts may be able to initiate transfers online depending on what level of service they have signed up for. The following details will be required for incoming/outgoing wire transfers:
- Full name of sender
- Address of sender
- Personal identification of the sender (passport or driver’s license)
- SSN/Tax ID number
- Amount of wire
- Date of payment order
- Specific transfer instructions (include the name of recipient, address, financial institution, account number, and other details as required by the sending/receiving bank)
Capital Bank Wire Transfer Fees:
- Domestic Incoming Transfer – $15
- Domestic Outgoing Transfer – $20
- International Incoming Transfer – $15
- International Outgoing Transfer – $50
Treasury Management (Business Account) Transfer Fees:
- Wire Transfer Alerts – $25
- Wire Transfer Module (monthly) – $40
- Domestic Wire Origination (online) – $10
- International Wire Origination (online) – $50