026009140 routing number is a 9-digit number designed and assigned to State Bank Of India by The American Bankers Association (ABA) to identify the financial institution upon which a payment was drawn. State Bank Of India routing numbers are also known as as "ABA numbers", "routing transit numbers" (RTN), or "check routing numbers". Routing numbers depend on the type of transaction made such as reorder State Bank Of India checks, receive incoming domestic or international wire transfers, use the number for wire transfers to your State Bank Of India account, or to set up direct deposits. Please call State Bank Of India representative at for more information.
Funds Transfer Service (FTS) of SBI can be use to transfer fund to Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka from the use by using SWIFT CODE SBINUS33. Call for State Bank of India customer service to confirm.