What Is Chase Bank’s Swift Code?

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Chase Bank has multiple SWIFT codes. The specific one desired depends on which department or branch of Chase Bank is the desired end location. The first SWIFT code listed for Chase Bank is CHASUS33ARP. Chase Bank is formally known as JP Morgan Chase Bank.

A SWIFT code is a unique identification code for a specific bank. SWIFT codes are used in transferring money from bank to bank. They are most commonly used for international wire transfers. SWIFT codes are also one way for banks to communicate and send messages to one another.

SWIFT codes have between eight and 11 characters, consisting of both letters and numbers.