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Citi Bank Accounts

Citibank Australia is part of one of the world’s largest financial services organisations, Citigroup. Citigroup has a presence in over 100 countries and has been providing consumer finance to Australians since 1985. The groups culmination of global experience enables them to offer some of the world’s most innovative financial services including foreign currency deposits, credit cards, home loans, savings accounts, special lendings, term deposits, insurance and transaction accounts. Their customer services also extend to corporate, institutions and governments. Diners Club, Citi Smith Barney, Citi Investment Research and The Citi Private Bank are all esteemed brands operating under the Citi Australia umbrella.

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Opening a bank account in Australia is usually a straightforward process. Some banks give you the option of opening an account online, while others require you to visit a branch.

Different bank accounts offer different features, so it’s best to compare your options to find one that suits you.

All banks require you to pass an identity check to open a bank account. Australia uses the 100-point identification system, which means you’ll need to show a number of forms of ID that, together, add up to 100 points.

Common ID types include a driver’s licence, passport, Australian visa in a foreign passport, and Australian Medicare card. You’ll find out what types of ID are accepted when you go through the sign-up process online or at a branch.

Once your account is open, you’ll be given or sent a debit card that you can use to make purchases and withdraw money from your account.

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