Wiring funds to or from Fidelity accounts moves money quickly, and funds are available immediately. For an investor, that can be of paramount importance. Fidelity does not charge a fee for receiving wire transfers, but getting one will cost you. A domestic wire transferred online costs $10 as of publication, while it’s $15 to transfer one using a Fidelity representative. That’s in addition to whatever wire fees your own bank charges.
Wires to Fidelity
Fidelity only accepts wires initiated from the financial institutions where the funds are deposited. As a result, you'll have to set one up with your bank according to its rules. For brokerage accounts, funds destined for Fidelity accounts will be wired to J.P. Morgan Chase, NY. The routing number is 021000021, for credit to National Financial Services LLC, account number 066196-221. Money for mutual funds is wired to Deutsche Bank Trust Company, with a routing number of 021001033. The funds should be listed for credit to Fidelity Group of Funds, account number 00163053.
Wires from Fidelity
To get a wire from Fidelity, you first have to set up or update your wire instructions, either online or by filling out and mailing the Fidelity Bank Wire Form. Part of that involves getting a Medallion Signature Guarantee that provides authorization for the bank to process wire transactions. Once those instructions are set, you can set up the wire to your bank account via the Fidelity website.