Wire Transfers & ACH

Move funds effortlessly across the county or to distant continents.

Electronic payments are fast, more secure and increasingly commonplace in the business world.

Seal the deal
Wire transfers are often used in big-dollar transactions or international trade.
Streamlined procedures
With Automated Clearinghouse, payments can be sent and received without check-processing costs.
Safe and secure
Cutting-edge technology protects electronic transmissions of business funds and proprietary data.
Both wire transfers and ACH payments can be easily originated with Business Online Banking tools.

Put financial technology to work for you

Today's world of commerce is fast-paced. While business was once conducted with mailed paper checks,  funds now flow from account to account through electronic means. We help companies make efficient use of technology to send payments to and receive payments from suppliers, business partners, customers and clients.

Wire Transfers

  • Domestic and international wire transfers available
  • To receive a wire transfer, you'll need Community Bank's Routing Number: It's 043310980
  • Access easy-to-use wire transfer templates in Online Banking

Domestic Wire Instructions
International Wire Instructions

Automatic Clearinghouse Payments

  • ACH Origination provides a paperless way to make and receive secure payments. 
  • In addition to customers and business partner, payments can be made to government agencies (taxes), trade associations, utilities and business partners.
  • You can schedule future ACH payments to be made automatically, increasing your workplace efficiency.
  • Receiving ACH payments can increase your operating efficiently by eliminating check handling by your staff and increasing cash flow as funds are deposited in your account more quickly.

For more information, contact your local Community Bank Branch or the Treasury Management Specialists at 724-966-3222 or email [email protected]

Community Bank is a full-service institution providing solutions to customers in Southwestern Pennsylvania and Northwestern West Virginia.