Citigroup

Citi hit hardest as EU fines banks $1.2 billion over foreign exchange

05/16/19

Royal Bank of Scotland and JPMorgan Chase were also among the five banks that agreed to pay fines for colluding on foreign-exchange trading strategies.

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JPMorgan, Comerica, U.S. Bank: Bankers on the Move

05/13/19

New posts for two women executives at JPMorgan Chase spur a fresh round of speculation about the race to succeed CEO Jamie Dimon someday. And Comerica's heir apparent finally gets the call.

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Goldman near deal for wealth manager; Citi’s digital bet paying off

05/13/19

Purchase of United Capital Financial would extend the bank’s reach; the bank is raking in online deposits even as it pares back its branch network.

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Citi wants to bring credit card perks like miles to bank accounts

05/07/19

After quiet experiments, Citigroup is expanding perks designed for credit cards to encourage sales of other banking products.

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The next-gen CEO, JPM jumps the snark, TD's cloud jump: Top stories of the week

05/03/19

Exploring the rise of the next-gen bank CEO; backlash over JPMorgan's snarky tweet; TD Bank's calculated shift to the cloud; and more from this week's most-read stories.

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Citigroup forms lab for traders to code and coders to trade

05/03/19

Citigroup has invited second- and third-year analysts from across its markets and technology teams to apply for Citigroup's newly formed Markets Acceleration Lab.

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Citi's latest executive moves in consumer analytics, private banking

04/29/19

Citigroup has hired Murli Buluswar as head of analytics and information management in its U.S. consumer banking segment. It also has promoted Tracey Warson from head of Citi Private Bank, North America, to chairman of the unit.

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Kristen Bitterly, Citigroup | Most Powerful Women: Next

04/28/19

Overhauling Citi Private Bank's capital markets business in the Americas required finding someone who not only had expertise, but also had the ability to lead while growing revenue. The natural pick was Kristen Bitterly.

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BofA, Wells Fargo, BNY Mellon shareholders reject proposals to narrow pay gap

04/24/19

Bank of America investors on Wednesday voted against pressing the company to disclose more insightful data about disparities between men's and women's salaries. Shareholders at Wells and Bank of New York Mellon recently rejected similar measures.

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Citigroup's Corbat says income inequality keeps him up at night

04/24/19

Citigroup Chief Executive Officer Michael Corbat said the widening income gap in the U.S. ranks high on the list of things that keep him up at night.

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