The BANGALORE branch of CITI BANK is located in the BANGALORE URBAN district of the KARNATAKA State at 506-507, LEVEL 5, PRESTIGE MERIDIAN 2, 30 M G ROAD, BANGALORE – 560001. The IFSC Code of the branch is CITI0000004 and its MICR Code is MICR not provided.

The working hours of the BANGALORE branch of CITI BANK are Monday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm* while the 2nd and the 4th Saturdays generally remain non-working days. One may call the designated branch office too at its phone number 51123551.

What is IFSC Code?

Indian Financial System Code, most termed as IFSC, is an 11-digit alphanumeric character that is used to transfer money online using digital services such as NEFT (National Electronic Funds Transfer), IMPS (Immediate Payment Service) or RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement).

The first portion of the eleven-character IFSC code is composed of four letters representing the bank, the next character (fifth) is zero reserved for future use, and the last 6 characters are the identification code of the branch. IFSC can be found on the chequebook provided by the banks or on the front page of the bank account holder’s passbook.

In case you are using netbanking to transfer money, it is mandatory for the IFSC to be entered to initiate the transfer. Unless there is merger, banks do not modify or change the IFSC code.

What is Bangalore Branch IFSC Code?

The IFSC Code stands for Indian Financial System Code. It is an alphanumeric code that facilitates electronic funds transfer in India while using NEFT, RTGS, IMPS, or UPI.

In the IFSC Code CITI0000004, CITI represents Citi Bank and 4 is the branch code of Citi Bank, Bangalore.

Bank Name: Citi Bank

Branch Name: Bangalore

IFSC Code: CITI0000004

MICR Code: 560037002

Branch Code: 4

City: Bangalore

Branch Timings: 10:00 AM – 04:00 PM

Address: 506-507, Level 5, Prestige Meridian 2, # 30 M G Road, Bangalore – 560001

District: Bangalore Urban

State: Karnataka

Contact Number: 51123551

Fax Number: 022-28443266

Toll Free Number: 1800226747, 18002484

Email Id:

Official Website:

How do I find IFSC Code for my Payee?

Askbank allows you to find bank branch IFSC code by both search and sort methods. To sort a branch, go to Citi Bank Branch Locator Tool and select the branch state. All the districts in the state will be populated in the district dropdown.

Upon branch district selection, all the branches in the district will be populated in the branch dropdown. Once selected the branch, you will be able to see the IFSC code, MICR code, email id, phone number, address, and other information of the branch.

In case you are unable to find the branch, you can search the branch directly from the search page.

The Bangalore Branch IFSC Code is also printed on customer passbook and cheque book leaves. The cheque book leaf also contains the Bangalore Branch MICR Code.

What are the Bangalore Branch timings?

Bangalore Branch timings are 10:00 AM – 04:00 PM. Branch remains closed on Sunday, second/fourth Saturday, and bank holidays.

The branch may remain closed on Saturday, 29 July, 2023 on the occasion of Muharram.

Bangalore Branch has 1 holiday in July 2023. Checkout the full list of Karnataka Bank Holidays 2023 calendar.

Branch timings and holidays could vary according to bank arrangements and location.

I need my account related help. How can I contact Citi Bank, Bangalore Branch?

If you are Bangalore Branch customer, you can visit the branch on working days. You may also call the Bangalore Branch contact number 51123551 for banking help.

Citi Bank also serves its customers through customer support number 1800226747, 18002484.

You can email your concern to the branch at or visit Citi Bank official website for more information.

IFSC Code Finder

You will need an 11-digit IFSC Code for doing any online transfer of money using net banking services such as IMPS, RTGS, and NEFT system of your CITI BANK. IFSC Code is an Indian Financial System Code having numeric or alphanumeric value.

The easiest way to find the IFSC Code of your CITI BANK is to check it on the chequebook or chequebook leaves provided by the bank. In case you do not have immediate access to your CITI BANK chequebook, you can check the same below.

IFSC Is Short For Indian Financial System Code And Represents The 11 Digit Character That You Can Usually See On Your Bank’s Cheque Leaves.