When sending a wire transfer to Fidelity, you will need to provide certain information to the bank or financial institution initiating the transfer. This includes your name, account number, and routing number.
In this blog post, we will be providing a step-by-step guide on how to send a wire transfer to your Fidelity account.
Instructions for U.S. dollars only
|Brokerage accounts||Mutual fund only accounts|
|Wire funds to||J.P. Morgan Chase, NY||Deutsche Bank Trust Company|
|For credit to||National Financial Services LLC||Fidelity Group of Funds|
|For the benefit of||List all owners on the Fidelity account (for retirement accounts, also include contribution type here).||List all owners on the Fidelity account (for retirement accounts, also include contribution type here).|
|For final credit to||Your account number (letters included if applicable)||The fund name and your account number|
|Address||383 Madison Avenue – New York, NY 10017||60 Wall Street – New York, NY 10005|
Additional information is required if you send the wire transfer to a Fidelity retirement account. See the full details here.
Fidelity Swift Code
|SWIFT code||For U.S. Dollar wires from foreign banks, use SWIFT code “CHASUS33”||For U.S. Dollar wires from foreign banks, use SWIFT code “BKTRUS33”|
Wire transfers made into your Fidelity account are processed within the same business day. However, in some cases, it may take up to 24 hours for the transfer to be completed.
Here’s the good news, Fidelity does not charge a fee for wire transfers. This applies to sending and receiving wire transfers on Fidelity.
The bank or financial institution that initiates the wire transfer, on the other hand, may charge you a fee. The fee is usually around $25.