Citi Bank

Citi Bank IFSC and MICR Codes


Citi Bank

IFSC code, MICR code and Bank Branches in India

Citi Bank IFSC Code

It is a unique code consisting of 11 characters. The first four characters give the bank’s name. Citi bank’s IFSC code starts from CITI0******. The fifth character is generally a zero. The last six characters give the branch name.
You can use this IFSC code to make transaction through NEFT, RTGS and IMPS, the online money transfer facilities available.

How to find Citi bank’s IFSC code?
It is just few clicks away. It is very easy to find Citi bank’s IFSC code. You need to go to the “Tools” section of Paisabazaar’s website. Under it you will find the IFSC code locator. You will need to select the bank, state, city and the branch to find the IFSC code for a particular branch.
It will also give you the address of that particular branch along with The MICR code. MICR code is a unique nine digit code for every branch.
You can find the complete list of Citi bank’s IFSC codes on Reserve Bank of India’s website. IFSC Code is given for every branch by Reserve Bank of India.
IFSC code is available for only those branches which are participating in electronic transfer of funds through the NEFT, RTGS and IMPS facilities.

About Citi Bank

Citibank begun its operation in 1902 in Kolkata. Citibank is the international Citigroup’s customer section dealing with banking and financial services, such as Citibank markets insurance, credit cards, loans, loans on credit card and investment services. Over the century, the bank has played a pivotal role in establishing important market intermediaries such as depositories, credit bureau, and clearing and payment institutions.