Sign in to Online Banking and select the Transfers tab, then select the Using a wire link. You can also make an international wire transfer at a Bank of America banking center.
A wire transfer is an electronic payment service for transferring funds by wire, for example through SWIFT, the Federal Reserve Wire Network or the Clearing House Interbank Payments System.
Bank of America's SWIFT Code for U.S. dollar denominated wires is BOFAUS3N. The SWIFT code for wires sent in foreign currency (non-U.S. dollars) to Bank of America in the United States is BOFAUS6S. SWIFT members include banks, broker-dealers and investment managers. While not always required, a SWIFT Code may be required by some banks for the completion of wire transfers.
The International Bank Account Number (IBAN) is the international standard for identifying international bank accounts across national borders.
The IBAN is comprised of a maximum of 27 alphanumeric characters within Europe and a maximum of 34 outside of Europe (German IBAN: 22 characters). At present, the United States does not participate in IBAN. Therefore, Bank of America does not have an IBAN number.
When sending wire transfers to countries that have IBAN numbers, we recommend including those numbers in your wire transfer documentation. According to the European Directive, only the account-keeping bank may calculate the IBAN / check digits. To obtain the IBAN numbers of another bank, please visit that banks website or contact them directly to obtain that information.