Being able to know about the Citibank Singapore SWIFT Codes will help you with the proper information necessary to make or receive payments to your Citibank account in Singapore. This page contains the list of SWIFT Codes for Citibank in Singapore.
Swift Code, also know as Bank Identifier Codes (BIC), is a unique identification code used for International Wire Transfers for a particular bank. So, if you want to send or receive money using a bank account of Citibank in Singapore, then kindly check below for the list of SWIFT codes of Citibank Singapore and its subsidiaries and associated companies.
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Citibank Singapore SWIFT Codes
|Bank / Financial Institution||SWIFT Code|
|CITIBANK N.A (CC1)||CITISGSGCC1|
|CITIBANK N.A (CDP – FOR PRE-AUTHORISED CDP LIMITED USE ONLY)||CITISGSGCDP|
|CITIBANK N.A (EMFX CONFIRMATIONS)||CITISGSGEFX|
|CITIBANK N.A (GLOBAL CONSUMER BANKING UNIT)||CITISGSGGCB|
|CITIBANK N.A (NRI TSU)||CITISGSGNRI|
|CITIBANK N.A (PRIVATE BANKING GROUP)||CITISGSGPBG|
|CITIBANK N.A (RECON TRADE)||CITISGSGDFA|
|CITIBANK N.A (SINGAPORE (HUB))||CITISGSGHUB|
|CITIBANK SINGAPORE LIMITED||CITISG21|
|CITICORP FUTURES LTD.||CITISGS1|
|CITICORP INTERNATIONAL SINGAPORE LTD.||CISISGS1|
CITISGSG is the primary Citibank Singapore Swift code. Citibank SWIFT code can be 8 or 11 digits. First 4 digit (CITI) is bank code, then 2 digit country code (SG) followed by 2 digit location code (SG). The last 3 digits of 11 digit BIC is branch code. E.g. the last 3 digits of 11 digit SWIFT code CITISGSGPBG represents “Private Banking Group”.
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