• World Refugee Day 2018

    By Jeni Yaghoubi, Citi Global Public Affairs June 20, 2018 01:00 PM

    Every year since 2001, the United Nations and more than 100 countries have observed World Refugee Day on June 20th, to raise global public awareness of the daunting obstacles the world’s refugees face every year, while also celebrating their courage and strength to persevere in the midst of this ongoing humanitarian crisis.

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  • Each of These Cities Wants to Grow Its Local Network of Entrepreneurs

    By Matt Baer, Senior Associate for Public Sector Innovation at Living Cities and Rodrick Miller, President & CEO of Ascendant Global June 19, 2018 04:00 PM

    Americans love entrepreneurs.

    Politicians of both parties routinely call small businesses “the backbone of our economy.” Plenty of well-known books and movies profile owners of both real-life and fictional companies; on popular TV shows like "Shark Tank," aspiring entrepreneurs compete for money from successful investors. Countless podcasts, master classes and inspirational online talks have been devoted to small businesses and the self-starters who run them.

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  • Citi Recognized as one of the Most Community-Minded Companies in the U.S. for 6th Year in a Row

    By Brandee McHale, President of the Citi Foundation and Director of Corporate Citizenship, Citi June 19, 2018 09:15 AM

    At Citi, we’re proud that over 100,000 Citi volunteers in more than 450 cities spanning 90 countries and territories recently turned out in full force for our 13th annual Global Community Day. Citi employees, friends and families engaged in a wide range of service activities to benefit their local communities, from mentoring young people to revitalizing schools to cleaning up beaches and parks.

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  • Technology scouting: How companies can discover what’s next

    By Beth Devin, Head of Innovation Network & Emerging Technologies, Citi Ventures June 18, 2018 12:30 PM

    ​The mainstream adoption of new technologies underpins much of the disruption we see in the world today. Big data, mobile, and the cloud are now household words, and together they enable businesses and consumers to operate in ways that weren’t imaginable several years ago.

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  • Diversity at Citi: LGBT Pride Month 2018

    By Jamie Forese, President, Citi and Head of ICG and Bob Annibale, Global Director of Citi Inclusive Finance and Community Development, Co-leads of the Citi Pride Affinity June 13, 2018 01:30 PM

    In June, we recognize LGBT Pride Month in many countries. As the co-leaders of the Pride Affinity, we are committed to promote awareness and campaign for the civil rights that have yet to come for the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) community. With 25 Pride Network chapters around the world, we have thousands of dedicated employees who are passionate about making Citi an employer of choice for the LGBT community.

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  • Banking Beyond the Bank at Citi

    By Gavin Michael, Head of Technology, Citi Global Consumer Bank June 08, 2018 02:30 PM

    In our quest to become our customers’ always-on life partner, we are looking to deliver an experience that is simpler, better, faster and consistently excellent across channels. For example, at Citi we launched our first-ever voice capability for iPhone users last month. Customers with Touch or Face ID enabled for Citi Mobile can now “ask Siri” for their bank and credit card balances, which provides them with a new, easy way to check their finances. We’re among the first banks to offer this capability.

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  • These Impactful Nonprofits Jumpstart Their Journeys as Community Progress Makers

    June 01, 2018 01:30 PM

    What happens when you bring leaders from 40 visionary nonprofits together in one room? Partnerships are formed, new strategies are developed, and progress is kicked into high gear.

    On May 22-23, the Citi Foundation 2018 Community Progress Makers met in Miami to share how they’re increasing economic opportunity in low-income communities across the U.S. Miami Mayor Francis Suarez welcomed the group and spoke about the urgent need to create more inclusive communities that serve everyone.

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  • Citi Leaders Recognized on 2018 EMpower Ethnic Minority Role Model Lists

    By Terry Hogan, Global Head of Diversity and Managing Director, Talent Management May 31, 2018 03:00 AM

    On behalf of our Citi colleagues around the world, it’s my pleasure to share that four Citi leaders have been named to the EMpower Ethnic Minority Role Models 2018. We’re proud to have Citi representatives on the 100 Ethnic Minority Executives, 50 Ethnic Minority Future Leaders and 15 Advocates lists.

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  • Citi Celebrates Earth Day 2018

    By Val Smith, Director of Corporate Sustainability April 18, 2018 12:00 PM

    This Sunday, April 22, marks Earth Day, an annual celebration that brings together millions of people around the world to promote sustainability and environmental awareness through volunteerism and civic engagement. Each year, Citi is proud to join this celebration by engaging in sustainability initiatives in many of the communities where we live and work around the world.

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  • Citi’s Volunteer Africa program returns to Uganda in 2018

    By Raymond McGuire, Global Head of Corporate and Investment Banking, Tyler Dickson, Head of Global Capital Markets and Paco Ybarra, Global Head of Markets and Securities Services April 10, 2018 09:30 AM

    27 of Citi’s junior bankers have begun working with 18 Ugandan entrepreneurs as part of Citi’s Volunteer Africa program, in partnership with Balloon Ventures. This is now the third year of the programme and we are immensely excited about what will be achieved and the long term impact for both volunteers and entrepreneurs. We are particularly pleased that this year will see Analysts and Associates from across global CIB, CMO and EMEA Markets and Securities Services working together – a fantastic opportunity to build networks across businesses and geographies.

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