Citi has provided financial services in New Zealand since 1974. Banking operations commenced with the local incorporation of Citicorp Forex Ltd and Citicorp New Zealand Ltd in 1982. In July 1987 Citibank, N.A. (New Zealand Branch) was granted a full banking license and was designated a registered bank. In November 1990 Citi became a settlement bank and thus became a direct participant in the New Zealand Clearing System.
Citi has an extensive representation in the New Zealand banking industry, which includes being a member of the New Zealand Bankers' Association as shareholder and board representation in Payments NZ Limited - New Zealand's Clearing House.
With a presence in Auckland, Citi provides services to global and local corporations, financial institutions, and government bodies.
Citi offers a full range of corporate and investment banking services in New Zealand.
For New Zealand's leading companies, we provide comprehensive financial advisory and capital raising services, treasury and trade solutions including funds transfers to over 130 countries and international supply chain financing solutions. Our foreign exchange services cover every geography and time zone to trade in over 100 currencies.
For New Zealand's institutional investors, we cover all primary and secondary equity and debt markets, including equity and credit derivatives, secured financing, money market and commercial paper, and commodities.
|Product||Interest Rate % p.a. *|
|Premium Cash Management Account||1.60|
|Cash Management Account||0.05|
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Keeping customer information secure is a top priority for all of us at Citibank N.A., New Zealand Branch ("Citi"). We hope this notice helps you understand how we handle the personal information that we collect and how individuals can seek access to and correction of the information that we hold about them and, if necessary, make a complaint relating to our handling of personal information.
Citi is subject to the Information Privacy Principles under the Privacy Act 1993. Citi is also bound by Citi's global privacy policies. Where there are differences between Citi's global privacy policies and New Zealand's Privacy Act, the stronger protection applies.
Our policies and practices to protect your personal information:
We protect the personal information we collect by maintaining physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that meet or exceed applicable law.
We require third parties that process personal information on our behalf to follow appropriate standards of security and confidentiality.
We train people who work for us how to properly handle personal information and we restrict access to what is necessary for specific job functions.
Categories of personal information we collect and hold:
Because Citi only offers products and services to corporate clients in New Zealand, the nature of the personal information we collect and hold is limited to information we collect from persons acting on our customer’s behalf. This information may include details such as name, address, telephone number, occupation, date of birth and passport or driver’s licence number.
Where possible, we will collect personal information directly from the individual concerned. However, sometimes we may need to collect personal information from our customer for the purposes described above.
Purposes of collecting your information:
We will only collect personal information necessary for the purposes of our business. These purposes may include:
We will not disclose any of the personal information that we collect to affiliates or third parties for any purpose other than the purposes listed above without the authorisation of the individual concerned.
Disclosures of your information:
In common with many organisations, we keep our costs down by obtaining some routine services from other Citi entities and external service providers, some of whom may be located outside New Zealand, and personal information may be provided to them on a confidential basis for this purpose. We may also need to disclose personal information to other Citi entities and to third parties for the purposes listed above.
Third parties to whom we disclose personal information may include:
Under the Privacy Act, individuals have the right to access information that an organisation holds about them. Requests for access to information held by us can be made in a letter or by telephone to our Privacy Officer (details below).
We will need to validate the identity of anyone making an access request, to ensure that we do not provide personal information to anyone who does not have the right to that information.
Where a person establishes that the personal information we hold on them is not accurate, complete or up-to-date, or is misleading, we will correct our records as necessary.
We may charge an administration fee for providing access to personal information. We will usually respond to a request for access to personal information held by us within 20 working days.
Complaints and Disputes:
If you have reason to believe that any Citi affiliate or department has breached the Privacy Policies outlined in this document, we urge you to raise this with our Privacy Officer.
We will investigate all complaints and respond as soon as is reasonable in the circumstances. If we find a complaint justified, we will resolve it. If necessary, we will change policies and procedures to maintain our high standards of performance, service and customer care.
|Mail:||Citi Privacy Officer,
23 Customs Street East
P.O. Box 3429
|Telephone:||(+64) 9 307 1902.
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