You can obtain your bank routing code (RIB) and the account number from a check for that account as the example below shows. You can also obtain this information from the financial institution where the account is held.
The account number is alphanumeric. Add leading zeros if it is less than 11 characters. For example, if the account number is A123456789, the account number you use is 0A123456789.
The routing code (RIB) is numeric. It is ten characters long and consists of bank and branch codes.