Wire Transfers

What is a wire transfer?

A wire transfer is an electronic payment service for transferring funds from a person or company to a person or company.

How do I receive a wire transfer to my Great Southern account?

To receive a wire into your account, you will need to provide the sender with your account information (name, account number and address on your account), as well as the following information:

  • Receiving Bank Name: Great Southern Bank
  • Receiving Bank Routing Number: 286573322
  • Receiving Bank Address: 218 S Glenstone Ave, Springfield, MO 65802
Please note, Great Southern does not have a SWIFT code.

How do I send a wire transfer from my Great Southern account?

To arrange a wire transfer to another financial institution from your Great Southern account, you’ll need to visit a banking center and provide the following information after obtaining it from the receiving party:

  • Receiving Bank Name
  • Receiving Bank Routing Number
  • Receiving Bank Address
  • Beneficiary Account Name
  • Beneficiary Account Number
  • Beneficiary Account Address
  • Purpose of Wire
If applicable:

  • Special Wire Instructions
  • Intermediary Bank Name
  • Intermediary Bank Routing Number
  • Intermediary Bank Address
  • For Further Credit Account Name
  • For Further Credit Account Number
  • For Further Credit Account Address
  • Receiving Bank SWIFT Code (required for foreign wires)

Have more questions?

If you need more information, please contact Customer Service at 800-749-7113.