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Swift codes of CITIBANK NA

SWIFT CodeEquivalent SWIFT/BIC CodesSWIFT Code BreakdownBank Name & AddressBranch Name
CITIBSA1XXXCITIBSA1
CITIBSA1 XXX
CITI BS A1 XXX
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: BS
Location Code: A1
Branch Code :XXX
CITIBANK NA

Thompson Boulevard
BAHAMAS

City: Nassau
Country:
NASSAU
CITICATTXXXCITICATT
CITICATT XXX
CITI CA TT XXX
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: CA
Location Code: TT
Branch Code :XXX
CITIBANK NA

Suite 1900
123, Front Street
University Place
CANADA

City: Toronto Ontario M5J 2M3
Country:
TORONTO
CITICHZZXXXCITICHZZ
CITICHZZ XXX
CITI CH ZZ XXX
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: CH
Location Code: ZZ
Branch Code :XXX
CITIBANK NA

25, Seestrasse
SWITZERLAND

City: Zurich 8021
Country:
ZURICH
CITICIAXXXXCITICIAX
CITICIAX XXX
CITI CI AX XXX
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: CI
Location Code: AX
Branch Code :XXX
CITIBANK NA

Immeuble Botreau Roussel
28, Avenue Delafosse
COTE DIVOIRE

City: Abidjan 01
Country:
ABIDJAN
CITICLR10R2CITICLR1 0R2
CITI CL R1 0R2
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: CL
Location Code: R1
Branch Code :0R2
CITIBANK NA

CHILE

City: Vina Del Mar
Country:
VINA DEL MAR
CITICLR10RACITICLR1 0RA
CITI CL R1 0RA
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: CL
Location Code: R1
Branch Code :0RA
CITIBANK NA

CHILE

City: Punta Arenas
Country:
PUNTA ARENAS
CITICLR10RCCITICLR1 0RC
CITI CL R1 0RC
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: CL
Location Code: R1
Branch Code :0RC
CITIBANK NA

CHILE

City: Concepcion
Country:
CONCEPCION
CITICLR10RVCITICLR1 0RV
CITI CL R1 0RV
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: CL
Location Code: R1
Branch Code :0RV
CITIBANK NA

CHILE

City: Valparaiso
Country:
VALPARAISO
CITICLRMXXXCITICLRM
CITICLRM XXX
CITI CL RM XXX
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: CL
Location Code: RM
Branch Code :XXX
CITIBANK NA

Pacifico Building
2681, Avda. Andres Bello
CHILE

City: Santiago
Country:
SANTIAGO
CITICNSXXXXCITICNSX
CITICNSX XXX
CITI CN SX XXX
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: CN
Location Code: SX
Branch Code :XXX
CITIBANK NA

Shanghai Union Building
Room 509 Yanan Road East Sichua
CHINA

City: Shanghai
Country:
SHANGHAI
CITICZPXXXXCITICZPX
CITICZPX XXX
CITI CZ PX XXX
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: CZ
Location Code: PX
Branch Code :XXX
CITIBANK NA

Floor 1
178, Evropska
CZECH REPUBLIC

City: Prague 16640 6
Country:
PRAGUE
CITIDKKXXXXCITIDKKX
CITIDKKX XXX
CITI DK KX XXX
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: DK
Location Code: KX
Branch Code :XXX
CITIBANK NA

Industrienshus
1b
Vesterbroga de
DENMARK

City: Copenhagen 1620 V
Country:
COPENHAGEN
CITIDOS1022CITIDOS1 022
CITI DO S1 022
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: DO
Location Code: S1
Branch Code :022
CITIBANK NA

Calle El Sol Esq Mella
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

City: Santiago De Los Cab
Country:
SANTIAGO DE LOS CABS
CITIDOS1XXXCITIDOS1
CITIDOS1 XXX
CITI DO S1 XXX
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: DO
Location Code: S1
Branch Code :XXX
CITIBANK NA

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

City: St Domingo
Country:
ST DOMINGO
CITIECE1CITIECE1 XXX
CITIECE1XXX
CITI EC E1
CITI EC E1 XXX
Bank code: CITI
Country Code: EC
Location Code: E1
Branch Code :XXX
CITIBANK NA

757, Gran Colombia
ECUADOR

City: Cuenca
Country:
CUENCA


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SWIFT Code Description from Wikipedia

The SWIFT code is 8 or 11 characters, made up of:
4 letters: Institution Code or bank code.
2 letters: ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code
2 letters or digits: location code
  • if the second character is "0", then it is typically a test BIC as opposed to a BIC used on the live network.
  • if the second character is "1", then it denotes a passive participant in the SWIFT network
  • if the second character is "2", then it typically indicates a reverse billing BIC, where the recipient pays for the message as opposed to the more usual mode whereby the sender pays for the message.
3 letters or digits: branch code, optional ('XXX' for primary office). Where an 8-digit code is given, it may be assumed that it refers to the primary office.

SWIFT Standards, a division of The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT), handles the registration of these codes. For this reason, Business Identifier Codes (BICs) are often called SWIFT addresses or codes.
  







  

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