12 CFR Part 229, Appendix A to Part 229 - Routing Number Guide to Next-Day Availability Checks and Local Checks

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Appendix A to Part 229—Routing Number Guide to Next-Day Availability Checks and Local Checks
A. Each bank is assigned a routing number by an agent of the American Bankers Association. The routing number takes two forms: a fractional form and a nine-digit form. A paying bank generally is identified on the face of a check by its routing number in both the fractional form (which generally appears in the upper right-hand corner of the check) and the nine-digit form (which is printed in magnetic ink along the bottom of the check). Where a check is payable by one bank but payable through another bank, the routing number appearing on the check is that of the payable-through bank, not the payor bank.
B. The first four digits of the nine-digit routing number (and the denominator of the fractional routing number) form the “Federal Reserve routing symbol,” and the first two digits of the routing number identify the Federal Reserve District in which the bank is located. Thus, 01 will be the first two digits of the routing number of a bank in the First Federal Reserve District (Boston), and 12 will be the first two digits of the routing number of a bank in the Twelfth District (San Francisco). Adding 2 to the first digit denotes a thrift institution. Thus, 21 identifies a thrift in the First District, and 32 denotes a thrift in the Twelfth District.
Fourth Federal Reserve District
[Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland]
Head Office
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1 The first two digits identify the bank's Federal Reserve District. For example, 01 identifies the First Federal Reserve District (Boston), and 12 identifies the Twelfth District (San Francisco). Adding 2 to the first digit denotes a thrift institution. For example, 21 identifies a thrift in the First District, and 32 denotes a thrift in the Twelfth District.
Federal Reserve Banks
0110 0001 50111 0048 10210 0120 80212 0400 50213 0500 10220 0026 60310 0004 00410 0001 40420 0043 70430 0030 00440 0050 30510 0003 30519 0002 30520 0027 80530 0020 60539 0008 90610 0014 60620 0019 00630 0019 90640 0010 10650 0021 00660 0010 90710 0030 10711 0711 00720 0029 00730 0033 80740 0020 10750 0012 90810 0004 50820 0013 80830 0059 30840 0003 90910 0008 00920 0026 71010 0004 81020 0019 91030 0024 01040 0012 61110 0003 81120 0001 11130 0004 91140 0072 11210 0037 41220 0016 61230 0001 31240 0031 31250 0001 1
Federal Home Loan Banks
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[53 FR 19433, May 27, 1988]
Editorial Note:
For Federal Register citations affecting appendix A to part 229, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.

Title 12 published on 2015-01-01.

No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 12 CFR Part 229.