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North Shore Bank Routing Numbers & Wire Transfer

    North Shore Bank began as North Shore Building & Loan Association in 1923 before changing its name to North Shore Bank in 1989. Today, the bank has an asset base of over $1.7 billion. North Shore Bank has 45 offices across eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Its headquarter is in Brookfield, Wisconsin.

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ROUTING NUMBERS

To successfully process wire transfers, banks in the US use routing numbers. North Shore Bank allows customers to receive domestic and international wire transfers after providing the necessary details including routing numbers.

North Shore Bank Routing Number is 275071356. 

WHERE TO FIND ON A CHECK

North Shore Bank routing number can easily be found on the bank’s check.

Below is a sample check that shows where to find the routing number on the bottom of your check.

HOW TO WIRE MONEY

Any wire transfers between banking institutions in the US entails the use of routing number for domestic wire transfers and swift code for incoming international wire transfers.

North Shore Bank customers can send or receive money from abroad into their bank accounts in the US, for this to happen, the recipient will be requested to provide the sending financial institution North Shore Bank swift code.

A processing fee is usually imposed on all incoming and outgoing Wire transfers.

Domestic Wire Transfers

To receive domestic wire transfers into North Shore Bank account, the recipient must provide the sending financial institution the following information:

  • Bank Name – North Shore Bank
  • Routing Number – 275071356
  • Address of Bank – 15700 West Bluemound Road Brookfield, WI 53005
  • Beneficiary’s Name – Your name
  • Beneficiary’s Account Number – Your North Shore Bank account number

International Wire Transfers

North Shore Bank does not have a SWIFT code. All international wires must come via a United States bank. Thus, the sending international financial institution needs a correspondent bank in the US to wire the funds to before the funds are transferred to North Shore Bank via domestic wire transfer.

The following details will be needed by the correspondent:

  • Bank Name – North Shore Bank
  • Routing Number – 275071356
  • Address of Bank – 15700 West Bluemound Road Brookfield, WI 53005
  • Beneficiary’s Name – Your name
  • Beneficiary’s Account Number – Your North Shore Bank account number

Wire Transfer Fees for North Shore Bank

North Shore Bank imposes a fee for both International and Domestic Wire Transfers regardless of whether the transfer is incoming or outgoing.



Here is the fee breakdown:

Domestic Wire Transfers – $16 for each incoming transaction and $25 for each outgoing transaction.

International Wire Transfers – $30 for each incoming transaction and $50 for each outgoing transaction.



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