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A routing number is a 9-digit identification number assigned by The American Bankers Association (ABA) to financial institutions. Routing numbers for Regions differs by state.
|State||Regions routing number|
Regions wire transfer is different for domestic and international wire transfers.
|Wire transfer type||Regions routing number|
|Domestic wire transfer||062005690|
|International wire transfer||UPNBUS44|
Routing numbers are used for a variety of reasons. Common ones include:
You can find Regions routing number at the bottom of your check. The far left number is the routing number. It is followed by the account number. The far right number is the check number.