First Commonwealth Bank’s routing number is used by both personal and business customers for most types of domestic transfers and payments with other financial institutions and/or businesses. Personal banking customers have the option to initiate a wire transfer either in-person at a branch location or over the telephone (only past wire transfer customers may initiate over the telephone). Business account holders may initiate wire transfers online via ‘Business Online Banking.’

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Routing Number

  • 043306826


  • Not directly connected to the SWIFT network.

Routing Number On Check

You can locate your First Commonwealth Bank routing number on one of your personal/business checks. ABA routing numbers are located in the bottom-left corner of a financial institution’s check, directly to the left of the account number. A sample check can be seen below, with the location of the routing number outlined in black.


First Commonwealth Bank Sample Check

How to Wire Funds

To initiate an outgoing domestic wire transfer with First Commonwealth Bank, the following information will be required:

  • Name of financial institution funds will be wired to
  • Routing/transit number of receiving financial institution
  • Full address of receiving financial institution
  • Name, full address, and bank account number of wire recipient
  • Amount to be wired
  • Special instructions to be carried out by beneficiary bank

An international outgoing transfer will require the same information as an outgoing domestic transfer, in addition to the following:

  • SWIFT/BIC/IBAN code of beneficiary bank
  • Intermediary bank information (if necessary)
  • Foreign currency type
  • Relationship with recipient
  • Purpose of transfer

Wire Transfer Fees:

  • Incoming domestic ($20)
  • Outgoing domestic ($25)
  • Incoming International ($55)
  • Outgoing International ($55)