We make it easy:

Fill out the Wire Transfer Request Form, print the form, and bring it into any American Savings Bank branch for immediate processing.

Domestic Wires

For same day processing, the Wire Transfer Request Form must be received on bank processing days, Monday to Friday before 11:00 a.m. (HST).

What's more, we can accept incoming wire transfers from any domestic bank for credit to your American Savings Bank deposit or loan account.

International Wires

For same-day processing, the Wire Transfer Request Form must be received by our Wire Services Department no later than 11:00 a.m. (HST) Monday through Friday.

Effective October 28, 2013, due to disclosure requirements for consumer international wires created by Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for consumer protection, international wire requests are accepted on bank processing days only, Monday to Friday before 2:00 p.m. (HST) in person. Requests submitted by mail, fax or email will not be accepted.

The rule does not apply to business international wires unless the wire is for personal, family or household purposes from Sole-Proprietorships.

Instructions on receiving International Wire Transfers:

In order to receive wire transfers from foreign countries in a timely manner, please follow the instructions below.

American Savings Bank is not a SWIFT member, therefore, the originator's bank needs to send the funds to its own U.S. office or its own U.S. Correspondent Bank first (e.g. Citibank, New York; J.P. Morgan Chase, New York or Bank of America, New York;....etc.) as Intermediary Bank then for onward transmission to American Savings Bank, Honolulu, Hawaii by Fedwire using ABA#321370765.

The format is as follows:

Beneficiary: Customer's Name
Beneficiary Account No.: American Savings Bank 10 digit account number
Beneficiary Bank: American Savings Bank, Honolulu, Hawaii
Routing/ABA Number: 321370765 by Fedwire
Intermediary Bank: Originating Bank's U.S. Correspondent or its own U.S. office (with instruction to the Intermediary Bank to forward the wire to American Savings Bank, Hawaii by Fedwire)