011402008 Routing Number (KEY BANK)

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011402008 is assigned to KEY BANK, ALBANY, Main Office by American Bankers Association (ABA). KEY BANK Main Office is located at NY-31-17-0119, ALBANY, NY. In case of any confusion regarding the routing number, one call the bank directly at (800) 539-2968.

FedACH Routing Number

Routing Number 011402008
Bank Name KEY BANK
Office Type Main Office
Servicing FRB Number 011000015
Servicing FRB Number Address 600 Atlantic Avenue Boston, Massachusetts, MA, 02210
Address NY-31-17-0119, ALBANY, New York, NY, 12211
Zipcode 12211-0000
Phone (800) 539-2968
State New York (NY)
Record Type Code 1 (Send items to customer routing number)
Change Date 05-19-16 (MM-DD-YY)

Routing Number Format:


Federal Reserver Routing Symbol

American Bankers Association (ABA) Code of the Financial Institution

Checksum which is used to verify if the routing number is valid or not

Routing Numbers of KEY BANK branches around 180 miles

Routing Number Fedwire Facility Office Type City Zipcode State
011200022 - Main Office ALBANY 12211 New York
021300077 - Main Office ALBANY 12211 New York
021300381 - Main Office ALBANY 12211 New York
021300556 - Main Office ALBANY 12211 New York
021905977 - Main Office ALBANY 12211 New York
021906934 - Main Office ALBANY 12211 New York
022000839 - Main Office ALBANY 12211 New York
041002957 - Main Office ALBANY 12211 New York
041200089 - Main Office ALBANY 12211 New York
041200775 - Main Office ALBANY 12211 New York

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is a Routing Number?

Routing number is a Nine digit code assigned by American Bankers Association (ABA). It uniquely identifies the financial institution and check-processing center. Routing number is also referred as Bank Routing number, routing transit number (RTN), ABA routing number and swift codes. Routing number is most commonly used for ACH (Automated Clearing House), check deposit and bank wire transfers. It is used to send and receive funds from other financial institutions. It varies based on the region where your account was opened.

How can I find my Bank Routing number?

Routing number is printed on the lower left corner of your Bank Check Book. At the bottom of the Check you will find 3 groups of numbers. The first group is Routing number, the second group is your bank account number and the final group is your check number.

011402008 KEY BANK Routing Number

If you don't have your Check Book, you can simply use our Routing Number Lookup facility to find your Bank’s Routing Code.

What information is required to receive a Wire Transfer?

For Domestic Wire Transfer one needs to provide following information:

  • Beneficiary Name

  • Beneficiary Account number

  • ABA/Routing Number

  • Beneficiary Bank Name and Address

For international bank transfers one needs to provide Swift code along with routing number.

Some routing numbers are restricted to use. Please check with your financial institution directly to confirm the routing number.