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Korea Exchange Bank of Canada: Routing Number - Transit Number

Below is the complete list of Korea Exchange Bank of Canada Branches and the Routing/Transit Number Info. across the Canada.
Bank State City Address Postal Code Routing Number Transit Number
Korea Exchange Bank of Canada AB Calgary 1935 37th St SW T3E 3A4 027500500 00500-275
Korea Exchange Bank of Canada BC Burnaby 4900 Kingsway-Suite 100 V5H 2E3 027500030 00030-275
Korea Exchange Bank of Canada BC Burnaby 4501 North Road-Suite 202A V3N 4R7 027500080 00080-275
Korea Exchange Bank of Canada BC Vancouver 590 Robson St. V6B 2B7 027500050 00050-275
Korea Exchange Bank of Canada BC Vancouver One Bentall Centre-Suite 430, 505 Burrard Street V7X 1M4 027500070 00070-275
Korea Exchange Bank of Canada ON Mississauga Sussex Centre-90 Burnamthorpe Rd W L5B 3C3 027500062 00062-275
Korea Exchange Bank of Canada ON Thornhill 7670 Yonge Street-Suite 5 L4J 1W1 027500092 00092-275
Korea Exchange Bank of Canada ON Toronto 4950 Yonge Street, G/Fl., Madison Centre M2N 6K1 027500012 00012-275
Korea Exchange Bank of Canada ON Toronto 627 Bloor St W M6C 1K8 027500022 00022-275
Korea Exchange Bank of Canada ON Toronto 4950 Yonge Street, G/Fl., Madison Centre M2N 6K1 027500042 00042-275

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