What is a SWIFT code? (SWIFT-BIC, SWIFT ID)
The SWIFT Bank Identification Code is an internationally-recognized system of codes for identifying banks. The code is 8-11 alphanumeric characters long and contains information identifying the country, bank, location, and branch. These codes are commonly used to identify the banks involved in an international wire transfer. Orange County's Credit Union does not have a SWIFT code.
What is a SORT code?
A sort code is a number which is assigned to a branch of a bank for internal purposes. They are typically 6 digits in the format ##-##-## and most commonly used by banks in the UK. Orange County's Credit Union does not have a SORT code.
What is an IBAN?
An IBAN, or international bank account number, is an international standard for identifying bank accounts across national borders. It may consist of over 30 alphanumeric characters. Banks in the United States do not provide IBAN format account numbers. Orange County's Credit Union does not have an IBAN.
What is an ABA? (Routing Number, RTN)
An ABA, or American Bankers Association, number is a nine digit bank code used in the United States. The routing number for Orange County's Credit Union is 322281989.