Berkshire Bank is the largest and the oldest bank based in Western Massachusetts. Berkshire has roughly $5.2 billion in asset and 73 service branch offices in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York and Vermont. The bank provides 100% deposit insurance protection for all deposit accounts associated with Berkshire bank.
Berkshire Bank offers customers wire transfer services that enable them to transfer money between banks. To make a wire transfer, the sender has to provide some vital information that includes the beneficiary bank’s ABA routing number and the SWIFT code for international transfers. For more information about Berkshire Bank wire transfers, click here.
You can find the Berkshire Bank routing number at the bottom of your check, on the extreme left. It is a series of 9 digits as shown below:
You need the following information to carry out a wire transfer to or from the bank.