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Wire Transfers

PAHO/WHO Federal Credit Union can wire your funds to qualified institutions for a competitive rate. You will need to provide the credit union with the receiving institution's wiring instructions, including the routing number and account number. Complete form and email to fcu@pahowhofcu.org or fax to 202-659-4513.  If emailing sensitive information, please use our secure email system for your protection. Forms must be legible in order to be processed.

Click here to access a Domestic or International Wire Transfer Form.

Effective October 28, 2013 our International Wire Transfer process will be changing in order to comply with the new rules set forth by the United States Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Once you submit an International Wire request, the following will occur:

    1. A credit union staff member will contact you to verify your request.
    2. A disclosure with specific information about your transaction will be provided to you via email or other suitable method.
    3. You must confirm your acceptance or denial of the terms stated in the disclosure either by email, fax, or telephone.
    4. After your acceptance has been received your international wire transfer request will be submitted for processing.

Please be sure to update your contact information including email addresses and telephone numbers.

Verification and acceptance is mandatory and must be received no later than 2:00PM EST (Washington, DC) on the same day the request is made, or your request will not be fulfilled as requested.

Incoming Wire Instructions to Your PAHO/WHO FCU Account

You must provide the following information to the Domestic (U.S.) or International Bank in order to initiate a wire transfer to your PAHO/WHO FCU account:

PAHO/WHO Federal Credit Union
2112 F Street, NW, Suite 201
Washington, D.C. 20037-2761
Tel 202-974-3453
ABA # 254075072
Beneficiary (Your Name)
Beneficiary PAHO/WHO FCU account #

Please refer to the fee schedule for more details.

*Information sent by email is at risk of loss of confidentiality if the information is transmitted over the internet.