Citibank Global Transfer – Instant International Fund Transfer


Citibank Global Transfer enables Citibank customers to experience the convenience of transferring funds online instantly between various Citibank accounts worldwide.

The transfer can be done at any times, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through your banking account. With Citibank Global Transfer, you have an option for fund transfers in local currency or other foreign currency.

Citibank located in the different countries may have different limit, available destination countries and fees.

For Citibank Malaysia, there is no charge for each transfer. Transfer can be made from individual savings, current account (with or without overdraft facility) and Foreign Currency Call Account. Currently, there is no minimum amount per transaction but the maximum limit is up to USD12,500 per day for Citibank customers or USD25,000 per day for Citigold customers.

To set up a Citibank Global Transfer, you just need the recipient’s name and account number. Funds are debited from your account and credited to the recipient’s account instantly.

Citibank Global Transfer is applicable to to transfer money from your Citibank account in Malaysia with Citibank account in the following countries,

  • Australia
  • Bahrain
  • Belgium
  • China
  • Colombia
  • Czech Republic
  • Egypt
  • Hong Kong
  • Hungary
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Japan
  • Jersey
  • Korea
  • Mexico
  • Philippines
  • Poland
  • Singapore
  • Taiwan
  • Thailand
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • Vietnam

For more information kindly browse through Citibank Global Transfer webpage.

JomPAY Payment Systems in Malaysia


Bank Negara launches JomPAY Payment Systems in April 2015 after a few month’s testing. The main purpose on the newly developed payment systems is to speed up e-payments and provides greater efficiency, convenience and accessibility for the public to make bill payments.

JomPAY provides a one-stop centre for consumers to make bill payments electronically anytime, anywhere and without any transaction fee. It will addresses the limitations of the current bank-centric model by establishing an open electronic bill payments platform.

With JomPAY, merchants only need to maintain a banking relationship with one bank, in order to receive bill payments from customers of all other banks.

Likewise, customers only need to maintain an account with one bank in order to make bill payments to the entire network of merchants registered with JomPAY. Customers will be able to pay any bill through the Internet or Mobile Banking service of Banks in Malaysia using funds from Savings, Current or Credit Card accounts for FREE.

How to make Bill Payments through JomPAY

  1. Look for the JomPAY logo, Biller Code and Reference Number (Ref-1, Ref-2) on your Bills or Invoices.
  2. Logon to Internet & Mobile Banking and look for JomPAY
  3. Enter the JomPAY Biller Code and Reference Number (Ref-1, Ref-2) with payment from your Current, Savings or Credit Card account.

If a JomPAY payment made before 17:00 on a Banking Business Day, the Biller will receive and recognize payment on the same day. If a JomPAY payment made after 17:00 on a Banking day or during weekend or public holiday, the Biller will receive payment on the next Banking Business Day.

Currently, JomPAY is avilable in the following banks – Affin Bank, Alliance Bank, Al-Rajhi Bank, Bank Islam, Bank of America, Bank of Tokyo – Mitsubishi UFJ, CIMB Bank, Citibank, Hong Leong Bank, HSBC Bank, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), Kuwait Finance House, Maybank, Public Bank, RHB Bank, Standard Chartered Bank and United Overseas Bank.

JomPAY will be avilable in the following banks soon – Agrobank, AmBank, Bank of China, Bank Rakyat, Bank Muamalat, Bank Simpanan Nasional, BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan Chase, Mizuho Corporate Bank, OCBC Bank, Scotiabank, The Royal Bank of Scotland and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

JomPAY payments system is managed by MyClear (Malaysian Electronic Clearing Corporation Sdn Bhd), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bank Negara, the Central Bank of Malaysia.


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