What is my HSBC routing number?

HSBC's ACH routing number is 022000020.

A bank routing number is a nine-digit number, also called an ABA routing number or routing transit number, and is used by US financial institutions to send and receive electronic transactions between banks. Use our 022000020 Automated Clearing House (ACH) routing number for transactions such as:

  • Direct deposit of your paycheck from your employer directly into your HSBC account
  • Recurring transfers or payments from your HSBC account to pay monthly bills like utilities, tuition or cable
  • Pay friends and family through popular online payment apps

 

Common Questions

 

Why does this routing number look different than the one on my paper checks?

We use a lot of different routing numbers because we have branches all across the country and our routing numbers correspond to branch location. This universal routing number is designed to make it easier for everyone to use and reference.

 

Can I use the universal routing number for wire transfers?

Unfortunately, no. For information on sending and receiving an international or domestic wire transfer with your HSBC account click here.

 

Where can I find my HSBC account number?

You can find your account number in Personal Internet Banking, on your statements, or at the bottom of your checks.

 

How do I set up direct deposit into my HSBC account?

Complete and sign the Direct Deposit Transfer Letter, and along with a voided check, give it to the party making the direct deposit into your account.

 

I need help with something else.

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