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Term Deposit Specials - New Funds
Term Deposit Specials - New Funds

Interest Rates p.a.

14 Days
21 Days
30 Days
60 Days
90 Days
120 Days
150 Days
180 Days
210 Days
240 Days
270 Days
300 Days
330 Days
2 Year
2.35% paid Annually
3 Year
2.35% paid Annually
4 Year
2.35% paid Annually
5 Year
2.35% paid Annually
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Interest rate only available for new to bank funds.
Minimum investment AUD$250,000.00 up to AUD$2,000,000 on all offers
31 day notice period applies to term deposits.
Account Details
Minimum Amount
Maximum Amount
Interest Payment Method
Cheque, Direct Credit, Rollover on Maturity, Other
Penalties for Early Withdrawal
40% of interest earned till date of withdrawal
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About Citi

Citibank in Australia is part of Citigroup, one of the world's largest financial services organisations.
Citibank commenced consumer operations in Australia in 1985 when it was the first foreign bank to be granted a banking licence.
By combining local expertise with the strength of Citibank's worldwide consumer banking network, we are able to offer some of the world's leading range of financial services including deposit accounts, foreign currency deposits and investments as well as credit cards, mortgages, insurance and charge cards.


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