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Outgoing wire transfer instructions 

Business partners, vendors or other service providers may require payment through wire transfer so they have immediate access to the funds you send. Bremer Bank stands ready to help you with these cases.

If you don’t use our dedicated online banking and treasury management tool for wire transfers, you can still initiate an outgoing wire transfer. First, obtain a PIN number by visiting a Bremer Bank branch office and requesting a Wire Transfer Agreement. The cutoff time is 3:00 p.m. CT on days we are open. Ask a banker for current fees.

Incoming wire transfer instructions

All incoming wire transfers within the United States are received by Bremer Bank and then forwarded to the client's account based on the wiring instructions below. The cutoff time is 4:30 p.m. CT. A wire being sent within the United States generally takes 1-2 hours to arrive once it has been sent.

Deliver/Send to

Bremer Bank, National Association, St. Paul, MN

ABA/Routing Number

096010415

BBK (Beneficiary Bank)

Bremer Bank, NA

BNF (Beneficiary)

Customer Name, Customer Account Number and Customer Address

To receive funds from any foreign country, follow the wire instructions below. International wires may take several days to be received. The originating sender is required to provide their full address when sending the incoming wire.

Beneficiary Bank
Swift Address

BRFSUS4T

BREMER BANK NA
372 ST PETER STREET
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, USA

Beneficiary

BREMER CUSTOMER NAME
BREMER CUSTOMER FULL ADDRESS
ACCOUNT #
REFERENCE / INVOICE #

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