WesBanco is a bank holding company that was founded in 1870 as The German Bank. The bank is headquartered in Wheeling West Virginia and has over 140 branches in Ohio, Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia. It is the second largest bank in West Virginia, only second to BB&T.
WesBanco provides account holders with a host of treasury management services that include wire transfers. Both business and personal account holders can make domestic and international wire transfers. To apply for a wire transfer, you will need a routing number and a SWIFT code (for international transfers).
You can find the WesBanco routing number at the bottom left hand side of your personal or business checks as shown below.
To initiate an outgoing domestic wire transfer, you will need the following information:
Incoming wire transfers should have the following information:
For international transfers, a SWIFT/BIC code is required. Get in touch with the bank for intermediary bank details since WesBanco does not have a SWIFT Code.
Here is a breakdown of the WesBanco wire transfer charges: