Citi breaks with rivals on whether work from home is permanent


Though he acknowledged working remotely has definite advantages, CEO Michael Corbat says “our goal is to get our employees back."


Virtual therapy, yoga, pet parties: Banks' answers to worker stress


Demand has soared for mental health services as bank employees put in long hours, supervise kids while working at home and endure personal crises. Citi, BofA, Fifth Third and others are getting creative to help them decompress during the pandemic.


Citi eyes offices in suburbs to ride out Manhattan’s recovery


With the pandemic fueling anxiety about public transportation and dense urban offices, financial firms in Manhattan are looking elsewhere for space to let workers spread out and avoid commuting into the city.


Citigroup to buy PPP loans from minority-owned banks


The sellers will continue to service the loans and retain the fees they receive from the Small Business Administration.


Citigroup tells staffers to take Friday off as thanks for hard work


The memo from CEO Michael Corbat acknowledged the challenges many employees have faced working remotely during the coronavirus outbreak while taking care of family members and home-schooling their children.


Citigroup spins off proxy-voting startup Proxymity


The company, backed by eight major players including JPMorgan Chase and State Street, lets investors vote virtually on corporate matters — a service that has grown more popular during the coronavirus pandemic.


How Citi and Flywire sped payments to get PPE from China to Boston


The shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) for medical workers is one of the most troublesome elements of the coronavirus outbreak, though prior work to declutter cross-border supply chain payments provides some hope.


Bankers aren’t returning to skyscrapers anytime soon


As the coronavirus outbreak starts to ebb in New York and pressure rises on the U.K. government to end London’s lockdown, the largest banks are grappling with how to adhere to social distancing rules.


Big banks try to figure out logistics of 'back to work'


Inside Citigroup's headquarters in Manhattan, executives are trying to solve a problem bedeviling much of Wall Street: How to get employees up elevators.


Citi may be more cautious than states in reopening offices


Once it starts reopening offices around the world, it "will continue to prioritize the safety of our employees, customers and communities," Citigroup President Jane Fraser said.