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The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) Code is a unique identification code that may be required by some banks, broker-dealers and investment managers for the completion of international wire transfers.

For incoming wires in U.S. Dollars, The First National Bank of Long Island’s (FNBLI) ABA routing number 021411335 should be used.

For incoming wires in foreign currency, FNBLI’s SWIFT Code FNLIUS33 should be used.

All international wires require a beneficiary bank name and address. Please provide the following address for all international wires that will be sent to your account at The First National Bank of Long Island:

The First National Bank of Long Island
10 Glen Head Road
Glen Head, NY 11545

* All incoming wires to you should always include your name and account number as the beneficiary.