Assume we have a single owner account with an attorney-in-fact, the owner dies and the executor wants info on the account transactions prior to death, signed by the attorney-in-fact. Can the bank release that info?
Is there a place to get a list of local routing numbers? I realize there are no non-local numbers.
Our bank is located in Virginia and is in Federal district 05 and a customer has deposited a check drawn on the State of Maryland also in district 05. Since it is a State government check must we make the funds available as next day or do we simple treat the check as local since the check is drawn off of a state other than our own?
Is the abbreviated routing number required to be printed on paper checks? We have members investing in software and this option isn't available to them.
How can I find out where all of the Federal Reserve Check Processing Centers are in the US and what routing numbers are sent to them?
The Federal Reserve Board has issued a final amendment effective July 22 to Regulation CC that updates routing numbers for Federal Reserve and Federal Home Loan Banks.
Are you aware of any websites that will de-code ABA routingnumbers?