American Bankers Association 100 Year Old Book Exhibit Tour Chicago

ABA 100 Year Old Book Exhibit Tour Second Stop Chicago Fed Money Museum June 7, 2011

The Original Journal Containing The First Ever Routing Numbers To Go On Display At The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s Money Museum | Exhibit Marks Centennial Anniversary of the Directory

This will be the second stop for the book’s exhibit, which first debuted at the Museum of American Finance in New York City in March

Hugh Jones, CEO and President of Accuity will celebrate the company’s Centennial Anniversary as the ABA Routing Number Registrar

Media day marks the Centennial Anniversary of the publication of the first American Bankers Association Key to Routing Numbers. The original 1911 ABA Key to Routing Numbers directory will become the centerpiece of the Money Museum in the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and will feature the directory in its original form in the museum.

Attendees will include members of the ABA, Accuity, and The Federal Reserve Money Museum

WHERE: Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Money Museum
WHEN: Tuesday, June 7th 11am-5pm

In 1911, the banking industry entered the modern age. The financial routing number system created by the American Bankers Association (ABA) was the mechanism for identifying each financial institution in the United States. Under the system, each bank was assigned a unique routing number, the first of which was assigned in 1911 to The Bank of New York. Today, there are over 24,000 active routing numbers in use in the United States. Accuity has served as the Official Registrar of Routing Numbers for the American Bankers Association since 1911. In addition to the assignment of routing numbers to qualified institutions, Accuity also publishes the semi-annual ABA Key to Routing Numbers directory. The movement of funds through the financial system by U.S.-based banks and financial institutions like BNY Mellon is made possible by the ABA Routing Number.



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