For a financial institution that primarily operates in Texas, they have quite a few routing numbers compared to a lot other banks out there. Your routing number is a 9 digit numeric number located on a bank issued check (not a deposit form). The chart below will enable you to use the third and fourth numbers of your account number to find your routing number.
If You Have a Check
You can locate your routing (RTN) number on the bottom left side of your check.
If you don’t have a check, you can use the third and fourth numbers of your account number to determine your routing number or log into your account online.
In the example below, the number you would use in the chart below is “10”. In the chart below you can see that “10”
corresponds to the routing number, 041215032.
Huntington Bank Routing Numbers
|Account Number||Routing Number||Account Number||Routing Number|
When coordinating a wire transfer to Huntington use 044000024. Huntington National Bank’s swift code is HUNTUS33, which may be needed for international wire transfers.
Huntington Bank has an ACH Disbursement Program for the payment of supplier invoices. Download Huntington Bank Direct Deposit Form in order to set this arrangement into use and attach a voided check. Complete this form and fax it to Huntington Accounts Payable to 614-480-5313. Once your application is received, it will take about 4 weeks for it to be processed.