At a Glance
"Global presence and brand recognition."
"Flexible management in terms of working hours; respectful of families/motherhood."
"Interesting, challenging work."
"Passive aggressive and bureaucratic culture."
"Compensation's not much incentive to perform above average."
"The public perception of Citi is not fun to listen to all the time."
"Backseat to Chase locally but dominant internationally"
About Citi Consumer Banking
Although its official name is Citigroup Inc., the global banking group based in New York and known throughout the world was rebranded as simply “Citi” back in 2007. Citi’s main business divisions are consumer banking and the institutional clients group.
Citi’s commercial and consumer businesses are carried out by the consumer banking group, which includes U.S. and international retail banking (offered by Citibank, CitiFinancial, Primerica Financial Services and Citibank Direct), U.S. consumer lending (including student loans, real estate lending and auto loans), international consumer finance, a commercial finance group (offering banking, leasing and commercial real estate), and a microfinance group. The global consumer group is one of Citi’s biggest revenue drivers, typically bringing in more than half of each year’s Citi-wide earnings.
The institutional clients group includes global banking services such as merger and acquisition advisory, debt, equity, restructuring and underwriting, as well as global capital markets, transaction services and alternative investments.
Today, Citi employs more than 204,000 people worldwide and is led by Michael Corbat, who has been Citi's CEO since 2012.
399 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10043
Phone: (800) 285-3000
Employer Type: Public
Stock Symbol: C
Stock Exchange: NYSE
CEO, Citi: Michael Corbat
2020 Employees (All Locations): 204,000