Citi Bank IFSC Code

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Citi Bank, Kolkata, Kolkata

IFSC: CITI0000001 Copy Copy
Branch :KolkataDistrict :KolkataState :West Bengal
Address:Kanak Building, 41, Chowringhee Road, Kolkata - 700071Phone:22881878

Citi Bank, New Delhi, Delhi

IFSC: CITI0000002 Copy Copy
Branch :New DelhiDistrict :DelhiState :Delhi
Address:Ground And First Floor,dlf Capitol Point, Baba Kharak Singh Marg,connaught Place,new Delhi 110001Phone:23743584

Citi Bank, Chennai, Chennai

IFSC: CITI0000003 Copy Copy
Branch :ChennaiDistrict :ChennaiState :Tamil Nadu
Address:No. 2, Club House Road, Chennai - 600002Phone:28460014

Citi Bank, Hyderabad, Hyderabad

IFSC: CITI0000006 Copy Copy
Branch :HyderabadDistrict :HyderabadState :Andhra Pradesh
Address:G-pulla Reddy Building, North Wing, Greenlands Road, Begumpet, Hyderabad - 500016Phone:23415350

Citi Bank, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad

IFSC: CITI0000007 Copy Copy
Branch :AhmedabadDistrict :AhmedabadState :Gujarat
Address:Rembrandt, C G Road, Near Panchvati Circle, Ahmedabad - 380006Phone:26568497

Citi Bank IFSC Code: Why Indian Financial System Code is required

Citi Bank IFSC Code is an 11-character code provided by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to identify a branch of this bank. There are separate IFSC codes for each branch of Citi Bank. The first four characters of the IFSC Code of Citi Bank represent

Citi Bank IFSC Code: Why Indian Financial System Code is required

Citi Bank IFSC Code is an 11-character code provided by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to identify a branch of this bank. There are separate IFSC codes for each branch of Citi Bank. The first four characters of the IFSC Code of Citi Bank represents the bank’s name while the fifth character is zero. The RBI purposely puts the fifth character of the IFSC Code as zero for use if required in future. The remaining six-characters are unique to a branch of Citi Bank and used for identifying only a particular branch. Thanks to IFSC code, making online fund transactions like NEFT, RTGS or IMPS have become simpler and faster than ever before. With the approval of the RBI, it is now possible to send or receive money online 24×7 on all days of the year.

What happens when incorrect IFSC code of Citi Bank is used

In case you enter incorrect IFSC code while making a fund transfer online, the money will be debited from your account but not credited to the beneficiary. If the beneficiary has an account in Citi Bank and you have used IFSC code of another branch of this bank, then Citi Bank will do an internal settlement and credit the amount to the account of the beneficiary. If the incorrect IFSC code is of some other bank, then you should submit an application at the beneficiary’s bank branch with details like his/her account number and transaction ID.

Why is Citi Bank IFSC Code required?

The Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) helps in identifying the particular branch to which money is to be sent during online/electronic transactions. It is also required while sending money through NEFT facility from this branch of the bank. Be it sending money, or receiving it through electronic mode of transfer, the sender is required to send the IFSC Code of the bank’s branch where the beneficiary is having his/her account. Apart from this code, the senders are also required to provide details like the beneficiary’s bank account number, name and address of the branch etc. Without providing the IFSC code of the beneficiary, no one can send money online.

Finding IFSC Code of Citi Bank

You can find IFSC Code of Citi Bank on the cheque book leaf or passbook issued to you by the bank. Alternatively, you can search the ISFC Code of any branch of this bank on this IFSC Code finder page of financialepress.com. On this page, you can also search IFSC Code of any branch of any RBI-approved bank located anywhere across India.

To find IFSC code of a particular branch of Citi Bank on this page, you need to provide details like name of the bank, state and city in which it is located and the name of the branch.

Online fund transfer using Citi Bank IFSC code

There are three popular methods through which online fund transfer can be made using Citi Bank IFSC Code. These are NEFT, RTGS and IMPS. NEFT stands for National Electronic Fund Transfer, while RTGS means Real Time Gross Settlement. The IMPS means Immediate payment System. NEFT electronic payment system is used for the quick interbank transfer of fund. RTGS is considered one of the faster interbank fund transfer method and allows real-time transfer of funds (within one hour). In IMPS, funds are transferred to a beneficiary within a few seconds.

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