Citibank Korea

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Citibank Korea
Subsidiary
Industry Finance
Founded 1983
Headquarters Seoul, South Korea
Number of employees
3,681 (2011)
Parent Citigroup
Website http://www.citibank.co.kr/

Citibank Korea(한국씨티은행) is a South Korean subsidiary of Citigroup. It was founded as KorAm Bank in 1983, which was acquired by Citibank in 2003. Its SWIFT code is CITIKRSX while South Korean interbank transfer code is 027.

Citibank Korea operates ATMs in all of its 134 branches, which accept most international cards.

Citibank Korea has sponsored the Korea Professional Baseball since 2010.

Citibank Korea was named the worst bank in terms of consumer complaints by the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) in 2015. [1]

The company also offers credit cards in Korea.

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  1. ^ Tae-hoon, Lee (18 March 2015). "Citibank, KEB receive most consumer complaints". The Korea Observer. 

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