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(800) 773-7100

Our Mission

City National's mission is to provide the ultimate banking experience for successful entrepreneurs and professionals through an uncommon dedication to extraordinary service, proactive advice and total financial solutions.

Popular online services

  • City National Online
  • Business Online
  • Treasury Net
  • E-Deposit
  • E-Deposit Mac

Need Assistance?
Toll-Free (800) 599-0020 (Select Option 2)
Available Monday - Friday / 5:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. PST

E-Deposit Mac Sign in:

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SMS Text

Use your phone’s SMS text plan to get account information

  • Check your available account balances
  • View recent account transaction history
  • Text any of the following commands to 28262 (ATCNB) to get the desired information:
Command Information

B or BAL

Summary of available balances for all accounts


Summary of recent transactions per account

C or CMD

List of available commands


Help content


URL to access mobile browser service


De-activate SMS Text Banking

To use City National Mobile Banking, you must first be enrolled in City National Online®.  Not enrolled? Enroll now »

Getting Started

  1. Visit City National Online
  2. Click on Access Accounts at the top to visit Online Banking Services
  3. Activate1 SMS Text Banking by selecting Manage Mobile Banking Settings and following the instructions.

Need Help?

If you have additional questions or need technical assistance, please call (800) 773-7100, select option 3.

1Text and data usage charges through your carrier may still apply.