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There are two ways to send international wires to the SFCU.
Ask your international financial institution for instructions on how to wire money to the US. Typically, international financial institutions wire money through a correspondent/intermediary bank in the US. A correspondent/intermediary bank is a US based bank or a branch of the international bank which the institution partners with to wire funds to the US. Typically, your international financial institution will handle routing through their intermediary, but in some cases, your institution may require you to input the information for the correspondent/intermediary bank manually. In all cases, you should then follow our domestic wire instructions as above.
Include the following information in the section provided by the originating bank, sometimes called in favor of, or memo, or additional details. The account number in this section is your SFCU account number not the account number used for the beneficiary account for the wire.