Outgoing Wire Transfers

Outgoing Wire Transfers

Outgoing Wire Transfer

Wire transfers are used to transfer a payment to a person or entity when there is no other way to pay them. It is not the UO preferred method of payment. The form must be filled in electronically. Hand written forms will not be accepted. Use the following steps to complete the form:

  1. Check Domestic or International Wire
  2. Fill in the date you want the transfer to occur
  3. Show the currency if other than U.S. dollars
  4. Beneficiary: This is the name of the person or entity that will receive the funds
  5. Beneficiary Account # and IBAN #. This is the bank account number and their IBAN# (international bank account number). This number has to be included for all European wires
  6. Beneficiary street address
  7. Beneficiary city/state/country
  8. Beneficiary bank name
  9. Bank ABA routing # for domestic wires or SWIFT/BIC# for foreign wires
  10. Bank street address
  11. Bank city/state/country
  12. Message for the person receiving the money to let them know what the payment is for
  13. Bottom of the page type in the UO department name, index and account code being charged
  14. Enter the payment in the Banner System with full document text (Contract/grant approval information/Budget approver information, explanation of what is being paid for, contract terms, partial payment information if applicable and etc.), put the document on hold. Leave the document incomplete or in process. AP will complete the document during the wire transfer processing.

Print out the form and get department signature and date in the middle of the form.

Forward the completed wire transfer form and the following documentation to Accounts Payable.

  • Invoice information
  • Bank information that was supplied by the vendor (if not on invoice)
  • Copy of contract or PO if payment over $5,000
  • Banner Document Number

The expenditure will be loaded to Banner on a Banner invoice by Accounts Payable, and processed as an online check in Banner. The check number assigned in Banner will start with a W and will be viewable in vendor history and all other forms that display check information.