A bank transit number is a number on a check or other transaction that identifies the financial institution. The transit number for RBC is 063216608.
For Routing Number of any banks of USA and Canada find it here at http://bankroutingnumber.us/Transit/
B of A in Toronto is only a corporate office- not a bank- hence no transit number......
The Common Canadian (CC) Code for TD Canada Trust Bank is a combination of the Bank Code/Financial Institution Number and the Branch Transit Number. 004 is the Bank Code for the bank. Check with your banking branch for the transit number.
The bank number, your account number and your check number. There should also be a bank transit number? I am trying to provide this information to another institution but am unsure which number is which: Institution number, Transit number and Account number.
You cannot find a specific bank with only an account number. However, you can find a bank if you have the routing number.
if you want routing number of any bank in USA.you can visit at: http://bankroutingnumber.us/
Your bank account routing number can be found in the bottom left corner of your check. It is a nine-digit number. The routing/transit number for Texas is 111000614.
It is 004 (for paper transfer) or 0004 (for e transfer) + your bank branch's transit number (5 digits, the 2nd number on your cheque)