One of the most common questions we hear is “What is NuVista's routing number?”
NuVista members look for the routing number -- also called an ABA number -- to set up an automatic payment using the Automated Clearing House (ACH) system.
ACH transactions are commonly used for direct deposits or for automatic payments from your account. ACH credits come from employers and government agencies. ACH payments go to insurance companies, utilities, telephone companies, and more.
Who, or what, is behind this efficient, reliable and secure method of payment exchange?
It’s a not for profit organization called the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA). They oversee the ACH network, which is one of the largest payment systems in the world.
NuVista members are no exception when it comes to using the ACH network for debits and credits to their accounts. We have numerous transactions made through our system daily.
The most common request for our routing number is to give to an employer or other agency for automatic deposit into your account: Please give them this information:
Credit To: NuVista Federal Credit Union Acct.# 302177110
For Final Credit To:
Member’s Name _________________________
Member’s Account # ______________________
Members may electronically wire funds into or out of their NuVista Credit Union accounts. To wire funds to another institution, you must:
- Provide us with the receiving institution's wire instructions
- Sign a wire authorization form at one of our branches
If you are wiring funds to your NuVista Credit Union account, our wire instructions are as follows:
Click here for Wire Instructions