Bank Midwest Routing Numbers & Wire Transfer

    Bank Midwest is a Kansas based bank with over 90 banking centers throughout Colorado, Missouri, Texas and of course, Kansas. Their slogan is Where Common Sense Lives, priding themselves on their straight approach with their customers, helping them achieve their goals with their clear services and personal attention from customer service.

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ROUTING NUMBERS

In the United States, each banking institution is identified through a 9-digit number known as Routing Number. Bank Midwest account holders need the bank’s routing number to receive funds from other banking institutions.

Bank Midwest Routing Number is 101006699.

WHERE TO FIND ON A CHECK

Bank Midwest checkbook holder can easily find the bank routing number on the check.

Consider the following sample check image to see where the routing number can be found at the bottom of the check.

HOW TO WIRE MONEY

Bank Midwest supports wire transfer service to allow its customers receive and make quick and convenient fund transfers.

At Bank Midwest,  account holders are allowed to make both Domestic Wire Transfers and International wire transfers.

SWIFT Code is necessary if a customer wants to receive international wire transfer into Bank Midwest account.

To initiate the wire transfer, the recipient is required to provide the sending financial institution with his or her bank account details.

A processing fee is usually imposed on all wire transfers.

Domestic Wire Tranfers

Bank Midwest account holder can receive a domestic wire transfer after he or she provides the following information to the financial institution sending money:

  • Bank Name – Bank Midwest
  • Routing Number – 101006699
  • Address of Bank – 1111 Main St. Town Pavilion Kansas City, MO
  • Beneficiary’s Name – Your name
  • Beneficiary’s Account Number – Your Bank Midwest account number

International Wire Transfers

Bank Midwest doesn’t have a SWIFT code. Thus, international wire transfers must come through a correspondent in the US. The sender wires the money to the correspondent and the correspondent in return sends the money domestically to Bank Midwest account.



The following details will be necessary for the correspondent bank to wire the funds:

  • Bank Name – Bank Midwest
  • Routing Number – 101006699
  • Address of Bank – 1111 Main St. Town Pavilion Kansas City, MO
  • Beneficiary’s Name – Your name
  • Beneficiary’s Account Number – Your Bank Midwest account number

Wire Transfer Fees for Bank Midwest

International and Domestic Wire Transfers at Bank Midwest attract different charges depending on whether the transfer is incoming or outgoing. If you want a breakdown of these fees, please contact the bank at 1-800-867-2265 or visit your local branch.

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