Entities

Citigroup

Nickname
Citi
Entity Type
Founding Date
1812

Citigroup is a multinational investment bank and financial services corporation that provides a broad range of financial services and products to consumers, institutions, and governments. The bank's core activities are safeguarding assets, lending money, making payments, and accessing the capital markets on behalf of its clients.

Eric Lee

2011 - present

Francesco Martoccia

2019 - present

Mike Corbat

2012 - present

Satyajit Das

Brent Donnelly

2014 - 2017

Imran Lakha

2013 - 2017

Catharine Dockery

2014 - 2016

Daniel Ahn

2011 - 2013

Patrick Perret-Green

2010 - 2012

Philippe Bekhazi

2010 - 2012

Raphael Douady

2004 - 2011

David Fergusson

2006 - 2009

Raghav Kapoor

2006 - 2009

Brian Bennett

2005 - 2009

Scott Wilson

2001 - 2009

Brett Whysel

1994 - 2009

David Schaefer

2005 - 2009

Craig Pfeiffer

2003 - 2009

Shirl Penney

2005 - 2008

Jon Goldstein

1994 - 2008

Jeff Fratarcangeli

2004 - 2008

Michael Moro

2004 - 2008

Richard Zinman

2001 - 2008

Sallie Krawcheck

2005 - 2007

Bruce Zimmerman

2004 - 2007

Kyle Cooper

2000 - 2006

Jeff Horowitz

2003 - 2006

Maciej Wojtal

2004 - 2006

Marcus Bogdan

2002 - 2006

Louise Yamada

1980 - 2005

Atul Varma

2000 - 2005

Ed Swenson

1999 - 2005

Paul Lewis

2004 - 2005

Brett Hickey

2002 - 2004

Justin Boisseau

1999 - 2003

Colm O'Shea

1992 - 2003

Frank Cappelleri

1997 - 2000

Cary Carbonaro

1996 - 1999

Tammer Kamel

1997 - 1997

Howard Marks

1979 - 1985

Consumer Businesses

Citi's Global Consumer Bank (GCB), a global leader in Banking, credit cards, and wealth management, is a critical growth engine for Citi. With a strategic focus on the U.S., Mexico, and Asia, the Global Consumer Bank serves more than 110 million clients in 19 markets.


Institutional Businesses

Citi's Institutional Clients Group (ICG) enables economic progress, growth, and sustainability for its clients and for the world through the bank's unparalleled global network.