Account & Check Routing Number
Find the ABA routing number for your account on a check or online.
Your KeyBank routing number varies by the state where your account was opened and sometimes based on the payment or transaction you are making.
Find the bank routing number for checks and ACH transactions including direct deposit or automatic payments in the account information and settings menu when you log into online or mobile banking, in the list below, or on your paper check.
If you need the routing number to receive a wire transfer payment to your bank account, please refer to the wire transfer routing number listed below.
Routing Number on Checks: The nine digit routing number is the first group of numbers on the bottom left corner of your check. The bank routing number on your checks may differ from the list below for your state, but you can use either number.
Routing Number for Wire Transfers, ACH and ABA:
The ABA Routing Number (a.k.a. ABA number or Routing Transit number) was developed by the American Bankers Association (ABA) in 1910. The ABA Routing Number serves to identify the specific financial institution responsible for the payment of a negotiable instrument.