Wire Transfers

GTE Financial can process domestic and international wire transfers for members.

  • Outgoing Domestic Wires are processed at 10am, 1pm, and 3pm Monday through Friday, excluding Federal Holidays. It may take up to 24 hours to process once Wire Transfer Team receives the initial wire request. An authentication call back to the member may occur before the wire can be processed.  
  • Outgoing International Wires are only available for Business accounts and are processed at 10am, 1pm and 3pm Monday through Friday, excluding Federal Holidays. It may take up to 24 hours to process the wire once Wire Transfer Team receives the initial wire request. An authentication call back to the business member may occur before the wire can be processed
  • Funds for Incoming Wires received by 4:15pm are credited to recipient’s account by end of the business.

Please note: Outgoing International Wires can take up to 30 days to be credited to the recipient's account.

To send an International wire, you need the following information:

  • Name of the financial institution the money is being wired to
  • Complete address of the financial institution the money is being wired to, including city & country
  • Recipient's account number or SWIFT* code
  • Recipient's name and address
  • IBAN and BAC for all European transfers

To send a wire transfer to GTE Financial, please include the following information:

GTE Financial
711 E Henderson Ave Tampa, Florida 33602

  • GTE Financial Telephone Number 813.871.2690
  • Routing Number 263182794
  • Receiving Member's Full Name
  • Receiving Member's Account Number

*A SWIFT code identifies a specific financial institution and stands for: Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications. It is sometimes used to process international wire transfers; however, it is not required and GTE Financial does not have one. International wire transfers can be processed without such a code and can be completed using the receiving institution’s complete address (street address, city, country, providence). Including the swift code with the wire transfer information is recommended if the financial institution has one.

A swift code identifies a specific financial institution. SWIFT stands for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications. It is sometimes used to process international wire transfers; however, it is not required. International wire transfers can be processed without such a code and can be completed using the receiving institution’s complete address (street address, city, country, providence). Including the swift code with the wire transfer information is recommended if the financial institution has one.

GTE Financial does not have a swift code.