Banking holidays that Brex observes



While Brex itself is not a bank, we do utilize partner banks as a means to transfer funds. This means that any transfers you submit using your Brex business account will be impacted by the standard holidays that banks observe. You can expect transfers submitted on or prior to banking holidays to take extra time to clear because the banking holiday won’t be considered a business day as part of standard processing times.


Brex observes the following banking holidays:

New Year’s DayJanuary 1January 1January 1January 1
Martin Luther King Jr. DayJanuary 15January 20January 19January 18
Washington's Birthday (Presidents Day)February 19February 17February 16February 15
Memorial DayMay 27May 26May 25May 31
Juneteenth National Independence DayJune 19June 19June 19June 19**
Independence DayJuly 4July 4July 4*July 4**
Labor DaySeptember 2September 1September 7September 6
Columbus DayOctober 14October 13October 12October 11
Veterans DayNovember 11November 11November 11November 11
Thanksgiving DayNovember 28November 27November 26November 25
Christmas DayDecember 25December 25December 25December 25*

*For holidays falling on Saturday, Federal Reserve Banks and Branches will be open the preceding Friday. **For holidays falling on Sunday, Federal Reserve Banks and Branches will be closed the following Monday — January 2, 2023.

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