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How do I receive an international wire?

Please use the following details to send an international wire to a Brex account. If you're arranging a domestic wire, you can find instructions in How do I receive a domestic wire or ACH?.

Note: We're unable to support transactions in certain regions, listed below.

Step 1: Enter beneficiary bank information

SWIFT/BIC code: CHASUS33

SWIFT ABA/routing/transit number (if asked): 021000021

Bank name: JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A.

Bank address: 270 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10017

Step 2: Enter beneficiary information

Beneficiary name: Brex Treasury LLC

Beneficiary account number: 670912226

Beneficiary address: 405 Howard St. Floor 2, San Francisco, CA 94105

Step 3: Enter memo/special instructions

Fill out the memo field as written below, replacing the information in brackets with your Brex Cash account details.

FFC [your company name], Account number [your 12 digit Brex Cash account number]

For example, if your company name was Acme Inc. and your account number was 111222333444 you would fill out the memo field as shown below.

CX- international wire

NOTE: If the sending institution’s online payment portal doesn’t have a memo/special instructions field, reach out to the bank directly to determine how to include a memo.

Unsupported regions

Brex cannot facilitate transactions with these regions:

  • Afghanistan
  • Antarctica
  • Cuba
  • Iran (Islamic Republic of)
  • Korea (Democratic People's Republic of)
  • South Sudan
  • Syrian Arab Republic
  • Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)

Disclaimer

Brex and our partner banks don't charge fees to send or receive international wires. However, when sending funds internationally, funds may be sent through third-party banks who may charge fees to cover their costs. Additionally, the remitter's bank may charge a fee to process the wire. All non-US dollar currencies received will be automatically converted to US dollars and credited to your account in US dollars upon receipt. For more details, please refer to our rates & fees schedule.

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How do I receive an international wire?

Please use the following details to send an international wire to a Brex account. If you're arranging a domestic wire, you can find instructions in How do I receive a domestic wire or ACH?.

Note: We're unable to support transactions in certain regions, listed below.

Step 1: Enter beneficiary bank information

SWIFT/BIC code: CHASUS33

SWIFT ABA/routing/transit number (if asked): 021000021

Bank name: JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A.

Bank address: 270 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10017

Step 2: Enter beneficiary information

Beneficiary name: Brex Treasury LLC

Beneficiary account number: 670912226

Beneficiary address: 405 Howard St. Floor 2, San Francisco, CA 94105

Step 3: Enter memo/special instructions

Fill out the memo field as written below, replacing the information in brackets with your Brex Cash account details.

FFC [your company name], Account number [your 12 digit Brex Cash account number]

For example, if your company name was Acme Inc. and your account number was 111222333444 you would fill out the memo field as shown below.

CX- international wire

NOTE: If the sending institution’s online payment portal doesn’t have a memo/special instructions field, reach out to the bank directly to determine how to include a memo.

Unsupported regions

Brex cannot facilitate transactions with these regions:

  • Afghanistan
  • Antarctica
  • Cuba
  • Iran (Islamic Republic of)
  • Korea (Democratic People's Republic of)
  • South Sudan
  • Syrian Arab Republic
  • Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)

Disclaimer

Brex and our partner banks don't charge fees to send or receive international wires. However, when sending funds internationally, funds may be sent through third-party banks who may charge fees to cover their costs. Additionally, the remitter's bank may charge a fee to process the wire. All non-US dollar currencies received will be automatically converted to US dollars and credited to your account in US dollars upon receipt. For more details, please refer to our rates & fees schedule.

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How do I receive an international wire?

Please use the following details to send an international wire to a Brex account. If you're arranging a domestic wire, you can find instructions in How do I receive a domestic wire or ACH?.

Note: We're unable to support transactions in certain regions, listed below.

Step 1: Enter beneficiary bank information

SWIFT/BIC code: CHASUS33

SWIFT ABA/routing/transit number (if asked): 021000021

Bank name: JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A.

Bank address: 270 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10017

Step 2: Enter beneficiary information

Beneficiary name: Brex Treasury LLC

Beneficiary account number: 670912226

Beneficiary address: 405 Howard St. Floor 2, San Francisco, CA 94105

Step 3: Enter memo/special instructions

Fill out the memo field as written below, replacing the information in brackets with your Brex Cash account details.

FFC [your company name], Account number [your 12 digit Brex Cash account number]

For example, if your company name was Acme Inc. and your account number was 111222333444 you would fill out the memo field as shown below.

CX- international wire

NOTE: If the sending institution’s online payment portal doesn’t have a memo/special instructions field, reach out to the bank directly to determine how to include a memo.

Unsupported regions

Brex cannot facilitate transactions with these regions:

  • Afghanistan
  • Antarctica
  • Cuba
  • Iran (Islamic Republic of)
  • Korea (Democratic People's Republic of)
  • South Sudan
  • Syrian Arab Republic
  • Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)

Disclaimer

Brex and our partner banks don't charge fees to send or receive international wires. However, when sending funds internationally, funds may be sent through third-party banks who may charge fees to cover their costs. Additionally, the remitter's bank may charge a fee to process the wire. All non-US dollar currencies received will be automatically converted to US dollars and credited to your account in US dollars upon receipt. For more details, please refer to our rates & fees schedule.

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