Organization whose routing numbers are used for transferring funds.
A national organization formed in 1875 as a professional association for banks and other financial institutions.
An organization that represents US banks and financial institutions. The ABA assigns members unique identification numbers commonly called ABA or routing and transit numbers. A bank's ABA number generally appears at the bottom of a check before the account number.
Membership in the American Bankers Association is comprised of persons employed in the commercial banking business. The organization serves as a spokesman for the banking community. The Association is headquartered at Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036; (202) 663-5000.
The association of American bankers.
The national trade association of U.S. commercial banks. ( www.aba.com)
A national organization that represents American financial institutions, banks and other financial entities. Members are assigned an identification number, or ABA Transit Routing Number. Also see “ABA Transit Routing Number.
The major bank trade association in the U.S.
The American Bankers Association (ABA) is a free-trade and professional association that promotes and advocates issues important to the banking industry in the United States. The ABA's national headquarters are in Washington DC. In addition to its trade association mission, the ABA also performs educational components for consumers through its Educational Foundation affiliate.