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Ex-Citigroup VP gets eight years for stealing $22 million
Gary Foster (L), a former vice president of Citigroup Inc, exits a United States federal courthouse with his lawyer after being charged with embezzling more than $19 million from the company's accounts in New York June 27, 2011.
Ex-Citigroup Executive Foster Gets Eight Year-Term For Fraud  Bloomberg
Citi Bets That Proofs Lead to Profits
Seeking a shot in the arm for the ailing banking business, Citigroup Inc. C -1.42 % is expanding into a little-known but fast-growing field known as identity proofing—the tedious and time-consuming task of proving people are who they say they are.
Citigroup Leads Wall Street in Moody's Downgrade Dismissal
Citigroup Inc., the lender whose credit rating was cut by Moody's Investors Service to the lowest since its 1998 creation, led Wall Street banks in dismissing downgrades and urged investors to seek alternative analyses.
Moody's downgrades RBC two notches  Financial Post
15 global banks that Moody's downgraded  Rediff
Foreign banks still getting shut out of China
Five years after China said it fully met World Trade Organization obligations to open its economy to global financial firms, Citigroup Inc. and HSBC Holdings Plc are among companies still largely shut out of the world's third-biggest banking market as ...
Citigroup Moves Trader Putcha to Help Internal Hedge Fund
Citigroup Inc. has moved Ramakrishna Putcha, a former proprietary trader, into an internal hedge fund that makes bets with about $200 million of the firm's money after the portfolio slid 14 percent last year.
Citigroup Faces $5 Billion Hit on Dollar's Rise
Citigroup Inc.'s book value could take a $3 billion to $5 billion “hit” this quarter as currencies in some of its biggest markets decline against the U.S.
Citigroup Funds British Museum's Money Gallery, Lends a Warhol
The British Museum's Money Gallery reopens on June 25 after a redisplay funded by Citigroup Inc., which is lending a dollar-sign Warhol silkscreen print to it.
Citigroup Pushing Bond ADRs to Boost Local Market: Brazil Credit
Citigroup Inc. is in talks with Brazilian regulators to create global depositary notes tied to local corporate bonds as the government seeks to boost trading in the domestic market by luring foreign investors.
Citigroup's Arduini Named Head of Investor Sales for Europe
Citigroup Inc. named Leonardo Arduini, chief country officer for Italy, as head of investor sales for markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Citigroup Names Magalhaes to Replace Marin in Brazil
Citigroup Inc., the U.S. bank downgraded by Moody's Investors Service to the lowest level in 14 years yesterday, named Helio Magalhaes as country officer of its Brazilian unit.