• Citi Leaders Named to American Banker's 2017 “Most Powerful Women” Lists

    By Terry Hogan, Global Head of Diversity and Director, Talent Management, Citi September 25, 2017 07:00 PM

    Today, American Banker magazine announced its 2017 "Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance" lists. Once again, Citi made a strong showing with several talented leaders honored. All of these talented honorees are not just vital to our businesses - they are also among the most respected executives in our industry and play an integral role in our businesses and communities. Congratulations to all on this wonderful honor, we are fortunate and very proud to have them at Citi.

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  • Banking on 2030: Citi & the Sustainable Development Goals

    By Brandee McHale, President of the Citi Foundation and Director of Corporate Citizenship, Citi September 19, 2017 07:15 AM

    Just in time for the United Nations General Assembly this week, we are pleased to release a new report - Banking on 2030: Citi & the Sustainable Development Goals - which looks at how Citi directly contributes to specific Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and targets that were adopted by the United Nations in 2015. The complete set of 17 SDGs, also known as universal goals, address the full range of society’s economic, social and environmental needs and call on all nations to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all by 2030.

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  • Celebrating 5 Years of
    e for Education

    September 13, 2017 09:30 AM

    Citi FX is honoured to launch the 5th edition of its annual e for Education campaign.

    We’re pleased to partner with seven education-focused non-profit organizations whose mission is to enrich the lives of children around the globe.

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  • Pathways to Progress: Ben, Oakland, California

    September 11, 2017 04:45 PM

    Ben is a college student in Oakland, California who has been interested in music and photography his entire life. Ben wanted to make a career for himself in the arts but wasn’t sure where to begin, as he lacked the technical and professional skills to turn his passion into a career. In high school he discovered Youth Radio, an organization that offers young people intensive training in media and technology and then engages them in work-based learning opportunities. Ben is currently pursuing his bachelor’s degree and is also now working at Youth Radio working as a project associate teaching 9th graders everything that was taught to him in the program.

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  • Our Support of Hurricane Irma Victims and the American Red Cross

    By Ed Skyler, Executive Vice President for Public Affairs, Citi September 11, 2017 07:00 AM

    The recovery from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey is only beginning, and we are now faced with the destruction caused by Hurricane Irma. In this challenging time and the weeks ahead, we’re focused on continuing to support those impacted by these storms in Texas, across the Caribbean and now in Florida.

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  • Pathways to Progress: The Power of Mentorship on Display at the Citi Open

    August 30, 2017 02:15 PM

    The power and impact that mentorship can have on the lives of young people was on full display earlier this month at the Citi Open, when three young women from the Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT)’s Ascend program participated in the 2nd annual Professional Development Day at the Open. Supported by the Citi Foundation’s Pathways to Progress initiative, the Ascend program works with first-generation, low-income college students to help them complete college and prepare them to pursue professional careers.

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  • Our Support of Hurricane Harvey Victims and the American Red Cross

    By Ed Skyler, Executive Vice President for Public Affairs, Citi August 29, 2017 03:15 PM

    Our thoughts continue to be with those affected by Hurricane Harvey and the first responders working tirelessly in recent days. Our foundation has donated $1 million to the American Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey relief and recovery efforts. This contribution is in addition to the Citi Foundation's annual $500,000 grant to the Red Cross to support its Annual Disaster Giving Program.

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  • Pathways to Progress: Mpumelelo and Lawrence, Johannesburg

    August 23, 2017 09:30 AM

    Mpumelelo and Lawrence are young entrepreneurs who recently opened their first business venture – a coffee shop called Kofi in the Soweto Township of Johannesburg, South Africa. They opened Kofi after participating in TechnoServe’s Box Shop Program, which supports entrepreneurship by connecting local entrepreneurs with wider markets and linking them to stable supply chains.

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  • Service Spotlights: Citi Leaders Share Their Volunteer Experiences with Junior Achievement

    August 21, 2017 02:15 PM

    In 2017 Citi and the Citi Foundation are celebrating 30 years of partnership with JA Worldwide. Many Citi senior leaders serve on Junior Achievement (JA) boards with the goal of helping to advance their many programs and enabling growth and progress in our communities by offering their experiences and knowledge. A few Citi volunteers shared their reasons for giving back with JA.

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  • Pathways to Progress: Citi Enables Career Ready Interns in London

    By Peter Cunningham, Citi Europe, Middle East and Africa Head of Treasury & Trade Solutions Corporate Sales – Consumer & Healthcare August 17, 2017 03:00 PM

    I recently celebrated my 20th anniversary with Citi, after starting at the company fresh out of school. Despite the passage of time, I can still clearly remember the fear and trepidation of applying for and securing my first role as a Citi summer Intern, based in London. I am the first person in my immediate family to attend university and work for a large company, and I am humbled and consider myself to be very lucky in the career I have built at Citi. I can clearly remember the Intern recruitment process and feeling that I didn’t have the guidance, knowledge and connections that it seemed many of my Intern peers arrived with. These experiences instilled in me a sense of wanting to help others.

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