Citi Bank IFSC Codes

Posted by rahul bhist
November 14, 2017

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Citi bank is the consumer division of the financial services of the multinational group Citigroup. The bank was founded in the year 1812 as the City Bank of New York. Michael O. Neil is the Chairman of the Citigroup and Michael Corbat is the CEO of the Citi Bank. The Citi Bank provides a wide variety of products and services like credit cards, mortgages, personal loans, commercial loans and lines of credit. The bank has a network 2649 branches in 19 countries including 723 branches in the United States and 1494 branches in Mexico.

Citi Bank sponsors the Citi Field in New York as well as the Washington Open Tennis Championship. The Citi bank became the sponsor of the Australian Rugby Union Team in the year 2001 for a three-year deal.

Citi Bank IFSC Codes

The IFSC Codes is known as Indian Financial System Codes. These codes are issued by the Indian Banking System called Reserve Bank of India (RBI). These codes are issued so as to differentiate and identify the banks and the bank branches at the time of money transfer. These codes are used for the electronic payments like Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS), National Electronic Funds (NEFT), and Immediate Payment Service (IMPS). The first four characters represent the bank, the fifth character is set by default “0” for the future purpose and the last six characters represent the branch code.

The IFSC Code of Citi Bank can be identified by the following steps:

  • Visit the official website of the Citi Bank and login to the Internet Banking Account.
  • Fill in the username and the password.
  • After filling all the information in the appropriate boxes, click Login.
  • Go to the Account summary and under the summary, you will find the details of your bank account.
  • Now look for the IFSC Code for your bank branch.
  • The IFSC Code for the Citi Bank starts with CITI followed by a “0” and six unique digits that identify your Bank Branch Code.

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