Citibank in Singapore
Citibank first established its operations in Singapore on 1 July 1902. It was then known as the International Banking Corporation (IBC) and was the first American bank to set up a branch in Singapore. Located at 1 Prince Street, IBC was primarily involved in the trade financing of Malayan rubber and tin exports in the early twentieth century.
The rising affluence of consumers in the last 20 years created new opportunities. Committed to helping consumers achieve their financial goals, Citibank established the Consumer Bank in 1982, to cater to the needs of individuals and small businesses.
Today, Citibank's customers have access to a full and complete range of financial services through a broad array of distribution channels and network.