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Your financial institution will need the following information to wire funds to your investment account with us.

The first five lines are always the same. SWIFT/BIC is required to wire funds from outside the United States. The number and name of your account with us go in the blanks under "For Further Credit To:"
 

Bank Name: The Bank of New York
ABA Number: 021000018
SWIFT/BIC IRVTUS3N
Bank Account Name: Pershing LLC
Bank Account #: 890-051238-5
For Further Credit To: Your 9-digit account number with us:
        

          (Example: "A3B-123456")
Your account name with us:


         (Example: "John Doe IRA")


Bank Contact Information
The Bank of New York
1 Wall Street
New York, NY 10286
Telephone: 212-495-1784
 

 Effective June 29, 2005  Updated 2008

 

 

Or if you prefer to send a check ...

The above instructions apply to funds transfers. If instead you wish to send funds via check, please make the check out to "Pershing LLC", put your 9-digit investment account number in the memo field, and send it to:

Pershing LLC
7Fl, Attn: Money Desk
1 Pershing Plaza
Jersey City, NJ 07399


Accompanying instructions should state the purpose of the deposit: "for investment", "charitable donation to foundation", etc.

"For deposit to account [insert your account number]" should be written on the front of the check. The check does not need to be endorsed.

NB: To avoid possible delays related to compliance with anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist regulations, we suggest you make checks out to "Pershing LLC" or deposit checks from others made out to the name of the account.
 

To transfer DTC eligible securities  ...

Institution: Pershing LLC
DTC #: 0443
For Credit to: 9-digit account number (example: A3B-123456)
Account name: Name on your statement (Example: John Doe IRA)

 

 


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