• Citi Leaders Recognized on 2017 OUTstanding/Financial Times Leading LGBT, Ally & Future Leaders Lists

    By Terry Hogan, Global Head of Diversity and Director, Talent Management, Citi October 26, 2017 11:30 AM

    On behalf of our Citi colleagues around the world, it’s my pleasure to share that three Citi leaders have been named to the 2017 OUTstanding/Financial Times LGBT & Ally Executives lists. This year we’re proud to have Citi representatives on the Leading LGBT Executives, Leading Ally Executives and Top LGBT Future Leaders lists this year.

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  • Citi FinTech & The Age of the Customer

    By Linda Duncombe, Chief Marketing Officer, Citi FinTech October 23, 2017 02:45 PM

    Throughout my career, I’ve had the opportunity to witness digital transformation first-hand and have long been impressed by the awesome power customers wield. When I joined Citi FinTech about 18 months ago, I was excited to be part of a customer-centric, Silicon Valley-style team serving as a spearhead for Citi’s Global Consumer Bank. Our new features and capabilities are driven by honest, everyday engagement with and feedback from our customers. Recently, I spoke at Efma’s Banking Innovation Forum in Toronto and shared with the conference participants a few of the lessons we’ve learned.


  • Kindergarten to College: Placing Higher Education within Reach

    By José Cisneros, San Francisco Treasurer and Bob Annibale, Global Director of Citi Inclusive Finance October 19, 2017 04:00 PM

    One in three San Francisco children are born into families with almost no savings. However, when families save as little as $500 for higher education, their children are three times more likely to go to college.

    Six years ago, we set out to do the inconceivable: collaborate to develop a platform to support a program that would enable every family in the San Francisco public school system to put money away for their children’s education. To achieve this goal, Citi collaborated with the City and County of San Francisco, and the San Francisco Unified School District, to launch Kindergarten to College (K2C) -- the first publicly funded, universal children’s savings account program in the United States.

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  • The Places Thinking Like an Entrepreneur Will Take You: Reflections from a NFTE and Pathways to Progress Alum

    By Khaled Khalifa, NFTE Alum and NFTE Citi Foundation Entrepreneurship Fellow October 19, 2017 12:15 PM

    On Thursday, October 12, I had the opportunity to co-host the NFTE National Entrepreneurship Challenge, presented by the Citi Foundation, which brought together 41 NFTE students from across the country to share their business ideas and compete for a total of $35,000 in startup capital.

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  • A Conversation with Cities: Mayors on Closing Gaps in Infrastructure & Economic Opportunity

    By Ed Skyler, Executive Vice President for Global Public Affairs, Citi and Chairman of the Citi Foundation October 16, 2017 01:00 PM

    Citi estimates that $59 trillion will need to be spent on infrastructure globally over the next 15 years, a staggering figure that speaks to how much work needs to be done to shore up existing infrastructure and build additional capacity to keep up with urban growth. While the needs are immense, investment in infrastructure in the U.S. at the federal level has fallen to just 1.4% of GDP, and local governments are being challenged to meet the needs of their residents with increasingly limited resources.

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  • Returning to our Roots in Lower Manhattan

    By Michael Corbat, CEO, Citi October 10, 2017 11:00 AM

    On Tuesday, October 3rd, I was proud to join hundreds of our colleagues to open the new public plaza in front of our global headquarters at 388 Greenwich Street in Lower Manhattan. We were honored to be joined by a color guard from the Marine Reserves during a stirring rendition of the National Anthem by a talented Citi colleague who was accompanied by the Stuyvesant High School choir. And we welcomed remarks from a number of community partners, business leaders and public officials, including New York City Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development Alicia Glen, New York State Assemblymember Deborah Glick and Chair of Community Board 1 Anthony Notaro.

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  • Citi 2017 Supplier Awards Event Recognizes Outstanding Partner Contributions

    By Don Callahan, Head of Operations and Technology, and Bill Mills, CEO North America October 06, 2017 02:15 PM

    As part of the Strategic Partnership Program, the Supplier Awards recognize suppliers that share Citi’s values, provide exemplary products and services, and consistently demonstrate a partnership built on mutual trust and value contribution to Citi.

    On Monday, September 25, Citi hosted its 2017 Citi Supplier Awards Event at Citi headquarters at 388 Greenwich Street, New York. Senior leaders from the winning supplier organizations were in attendance to accept the awards. After the awards ceremony, a reception was held for executives from Citi and the award winning organizations.

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  • Citi FinTech’s Customer-Driven Journey: Our Latest Mobile Enhancements

    By Carey Kolaja, Chief Product Officer, Citi FinTech October 04, 2017 11:45 AM

    As a spearhead for innovation within Citi’s Global Consumer Bank, at Citi FinTech we’re talking to customers every day and incorporating their feedback in real-time to build the features they want most. We’re committed to challenging the status quo and embracing new processes and technologies to deliver seamless solutions on our customers’ mobile devices. Last December, we announced our first major launch and now I’m excited to share another suite of cutting-edge mobile features, built in collaboration with our customers.

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  • Our Commitment to Women’s Economic Empowerment through a Diverse Supplier Network

    By Javette Hines, Director, Supply Chain Development, Inclusion and Sustainability, Enterprise Supply Chain, Citi September 29, 2017 04:00 PM

    The value of diversity to our business extends throughout our value chain, from our employees to our clients, our customers and our suppliers. Over the past several years, we’ve achieved significant progress in promoting diversity across our supplier base through initiatives led by Citi’s Supply Chain Development, Inclusion and Sustainability Program. However, we are continually looking for ways to increase diversity among our supplier base across the globe, and to help drive economic empowerment for women through our business activities and operations. Fortunately, Citi has a unique model that has kept supplier diversity and sustainability intrinsically linked for almost a decade. This integrated approach has helped to ensure that awareness, education and training in support of inclusion, human rights, and environmental sustainability remain firmly embedded in all of our sourcing efforts.


  • The Grace Hopper Conference; What is it and why is it important for Citi?

    By Marilyn Lynnette McDonald, Director, Product Management Technical, Global Digital & Cloud Technology September 29, 2017 02:00 PM

    ​The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC) is a conference hosted by the Anita Borg Institute that annually draws more female technologists than any other such event in the world. This year, over 18,000 female technologists will come together in Orlando, Florida, to learn from and inspire each other, and draw inspiration from Grace Hopper, a pioneering American computer technologist and United States Navy Rear Admiral. Citi first engaged with the GHC conference in 2016, and this year we’ve expanded our presence with nearly 100 attendees from seven different areas of the company. We will also have a prominent presence in the career fair area, and look forward to meeting with potential recruits at all career levels.

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