What is the SWIFT code for Citibank N.A.?


If you send or receive money across international borders, chances are you’re using the SWIFT system, a messaging system used by banks to send information like money transfer orders quickly, accurately and securely all over the world. However, did you know that you can save on international transfers with Wise?

What’s the SWIFT code for Citibank N.A. in the UAE?

The BIC/SWIFT code for Citibank N.A. is CITIAEAD.¹

If you need to transfer money internationally into a Citibank N.A. account, or if you already have a Citibank N.A. account and you need to receive money from an international transfer, you’ll need the SWIFT code, plus the following information:

Bank NameCitibank N.A.
SWIFT/BIC Code for Citibank N.A.CITIAEAD¹
Bank address, city & stateKhalid Ibn Al Walid Street, Dubai 749, United Arab Emirates¹
Beneficiary account numberComplete Citibank N.A. bank account number of the recipient (including leading zeros)
Beneficiary nameThe name on the recipient’s account as it appears on one of their bank statements

What’s a SWIFT Code?

A SWIFT/BIC is an international bank code that’s used to identify individual banks and financial institutions all over the world. The code contains all the information you need to locate a specific bank, right down to the branch, making them important for sending and receiving money internationally.

A SWIFT code is 8-11 characters, formatted like this: AAAABBCCDDD.¹

AAAA: Bank code

BB: Country code

CC: Location code

DDD: Optional branch code

What’s the difference between a SWIFT code, a BIC, an IBAN and a routing number?

A SWIFT or BIC is a global code used to identify a specific bank or financial institution. Meanwhile, an IBAN, or International Bank Account Number, is only used in the EU, Norway, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Hungary, and identifies individual bank accounts, not whole banks. Routing numbers are similar to SWIFT codes, but they only identify banks or financial institutions in the US.

Do SWIFT codes change from branch to branch?

SWIFT/BIC codes can change from branch to branch, so use this tool to look up the correct SWIFT code for your Citibank N.A. branch. If you’re not sure which branch you should be looking up, use the general code — it’ll work at all Citibank N.A. branches.

What other ways can I send or receive money to my Citibank N.A. bank account?

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