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Investments

145

Portfolio Exits

64

Funds

1

Partners & Customers

10

About Citigroup

Citigroup, a global bank, has approximately 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Citi provides consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, transaction services, and wealth management.

Citigroup Headquarter Location

388 Greenwich Street

New York, New York, 10013,

United States

212-559-1000

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Latest Citigroup News

Wall Street Confronts Tough Transition in Return-to-Office Push

Sep 23, 2021

23 Sep 2021, 7:24 PM IST 23 Sep 2021, 5:43 PM IST 23 Sep 2021, 7:24 PM IST Save (Bloomberg) -- Wall Street’s return to the office is bringing with it confusion, anxiety and even puppies. (Bloomberg) -- Wall Street’s return to the office is bringing with it confusion, anxiety and even puppies. Banking bosses are navigating a complex transition for weary employees who in many cases haven’t been at their desks for 18 months. For the hard-charging finance industry, it’s a balancing act of restoring normalcy while easing back into corporate life at a time Covid is still raging. Citigroup Inc. workers in London were greeted by therapy puppies upon their return this month. JPMorgan Chase & Co. is offering virtual group therapy for struggling employees, including special meetings for parents. In a sign of some of the confusion that can take hold, Mizuho Financial Group Inc.’s U.S. arm called staff back to the office and then issued a memo a day later clarifying its flexible options. “Can we shake hands? Can we hug colleagues we haven’t seen since 2020?” Citigroup Chief Executive Officer Jane Fraser said in a post on LinkedIn last week. “While every country is at a different stage of tackling the pandemic, I know we all have a lot of questions when it is our turn to return to the office.”  Wall Street banks have been at the forefront of the push to restock America’s skyscrapers with workers, even as the delta variant derailed many plans for a full-fledged return after the Labor Day holiday. Now, office attendance is gradually ramping up while the virus is still circulating, parents are coping with rocky school openings and unvaccinated kids, and companies are facing ever-shifting policies on masks and vaccines. For finance executives, it’s important to get the approach right. The industry hasn’t been immune to high levels of turnover plaguing much of the country, while an outcry among junior bankers has left managers doling out raises in an effort to keep younger talent happy. “There’s an ‘ease into it’ feeling, that we’re going to figure this out a little bit as we go along,” said Peter Torrente, who leads the U.S. banking and capital markets practice at the consultancy KPMG. “There’s no one-size-fits-all across the industries or even within a particular company.” While companies from BlackRock Inc. to Facebook Inc. and Microsoft Corp. have delayed their return-to-office plans, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and JPMorgan brought back most workers this summer. Citigroup and Bank of America Corp. forged ahead with inviting more staff to return this month. About 28% of New York-area office workers were back at their buildings as of Sept. 15, according to security company Kastle Systems, which tracks occupancies based on access-card swipes. That’s a sharp increase from 19% the prior week, and is the highest since lockdowns began in March 2020. A lot has changed in that year and a half, from work schedules to work addresses. Deutsche Bank AG has been welcoming many of its employees to its Wall Street headquarters just as it has begun moving to a new location in New York’s Columbus Circle. “I’m glad we decided to come back in these five or six weeks before our move,” said Drew Goldman, global head of investment banking coverage and advisory at Deutsche Bank. “It’s a chance for people to get reacclimated with each other in person. And it allows colleagues to get back and make sure their technology and everything is set up as they move to our new offices.” To ease its transition, Citigroup is running shuttles between its Tribeca headquarters and major transportation hubs, allowing employees to avoid taking the subway. Teams are having socially distanced gatherings on newly reopened rooftop decks. The bank also is offering discounts on food in its cafeterias; Goldman Sachs is providing free meals and complimentary gym memberships for staff. Bank of America welcomed some of its Chicago employees back with balloons and goody bags. Still, coming back can be a tough adjustment  -- one senior banking executive chuckled as he recalled overhearing junior bankers griping about their first-ever experiences commuting. Read more on the finance industry’s return to the office

Citigroup Investments

145 Investments

Citigroup has made 145 investments. Their latest investment was in Amberdata as part of their Series A - II on September 9, 2021.

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Citigroup Investments Activity

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Round

Company

Amount

New?

Co-Investors

Sources

9/14/2021

Series A - II

Amberdata

$15M

Yes

AspenWood VC, Franklin Templeton, Galaxy Digital, Rovida Kruptos Assets, and Undisclosed Investors

3

8/20/2021

Series B

Aiera

Yes

Fin Venture Capital, and Franklin Templeton

3

8/9/2021

Series B

Pathstream

Yes

Entangled Ventures, Hereditas Capital Management, New Markets Venture Partners, Rethink Education, and Strada Education Network

5

7/20/2021

Unattributed

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$99M

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10

6/9/2021

Series A

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$99M

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10

Date

9/14/2021

8/20/2021

8/9/2021

7/20/2021

6/9/2021

Round

Series A - II

Series B

Series B

Unattributed

Series A

Company

Amberdata

Aiera

Pathstream

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Amount

$15M

$99M

$99M

New?

Yes

Yes

Yes

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Co-Investors

AspenWood VC, Franklin Templeton, Galaxy Digital, Rovida Kruptos Assets, and Undisclosed Investors

Fin Venture Capital, and Franklin Templeton

Entangled Ventures, Hereditas Capital Management, New Markets Venture Partners, Rethink Education, and Strada Education Network

Sources

3

3

5

10

10

Citigroup Portfolio Exits

64 Portfolio Exits

Citigroup has 64 portfolio exits. Their latest portfolio exit was Pagaya on September 15, 2021.

Date

Exit

Companies

Valuation
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Acquirer

Sources

9/15/2021

Acq - Pending

$991

EJF Acquisition

5

9/1/2021

Reverse Merger

$991

Supernova Partners Acquisition Company

8

8/9/2021

Divestiture

$991

National Australia Bank

11

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10

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$991

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10

Date

9/15/2021

9/1/2021

8/9/2021

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00/00/0000

Exit

Acq - Pending

Reverse Merger

Divestiture

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Valuation

$991

$991

$991

$991

$991

Acquirer

EJF Acquisition

Supernova Partners Acquisition Company

National Australia Bank

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Sources

5

8

11

10

10

Citigroup Acquisitions

24 Acquisitions

Citigroup acquired 24 companies. Their latest acquisition was Costco - Credit Card Portfolio on February 29, 2016.

Date

Investment Stage

Companies

Valuation
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Total Funding

Note

Sources

2/29/2016

Acquired Unit

1

10/11/2014

Spinoff / Spinout

Spinoff / Spinout

1

2/4/2011

Acq - Fin - II

Acquired

2/1/2011

Acquired

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$99M

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10

12/1/2008

Shareholder Liquidity

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$991

$99M

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10

Date

2/29/2016

10/11/2014

2/4/2011

2/1/2011

12/1/2008

Investment Stage

Spinoff / Spinout

Acq - Fin - II

Acquired

Shareholder Liquidity

Companies

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Valuation

$991

Total Funding

$99M

$99M

Note

Acquired Unit

Spinoff / Spinout

Acquired

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Sources

1

1

10

10

Citigroup Fund History

1 Fund History

Citigroup has 1 fund, including Citi Impact Fund.

Closing Date

Fund

Fund Type

Status

Amount

Sources

Citi Impact Fund

$200M

2

Closing Date

Fund

Citi Impact Fund

Fund Type

Status

Amount

$200M

Sources

2

Citigroup Partners & Customers

10 Partners and customers

Citigroup has 10 strategic partners and customers. Citigroup recently partnered with IBM on July 7, 2021.

Date

Type

Business Partner

Country

News Snippet

Sources

7/21/2021

Vendor

IBM

United States

IBM harnesses the power of data, hybrid cloud to deepen financial industry’s digital transformation

Going forward , the partnership between IBM and Citigroup will focus on three things , according to Forlenza .

1

6/1/2021

Partner

Goldman Sachs, and ING

United States, and Netherlands

1

4/21/2021

Vendor

MasterCard

United States

Citi strikes partnership with Mastercard to elevate debit card offering

By integrating the Mastercard Send solution , Citi 's Treasury and Trade Solutions ' Payment Exchange Platform will be enhanced , ultimately reaching all consumer and small business debit cards .

3

3/24/2021

Partner

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10

3/4/2021

Vendor

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Date

7/21/2021

6/1/2021

4/21/2021

3/24/2021

3/4/2021

Type

Vendor

Partner

Vendor

Partner

Vendor

Business Partner

IBM

Goldman Sachs, and ING

MasterCard

Country

United States

United States, and Netherlands

United States

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News Snippet

IBM harnesses the power of data, hybrid cloud to deepen financial industry’s digital transformation

Going forward , the partnership between IBM and Citigroup will focus on three things , according to Forlenza .

Citi strikes partnership with Mastercard to elevate debit card offering

By integrating the Mastercard Send solution , Citi 's Treasury and Trade Solutions ' Payment Exchange Platform will be enhanced , ultimately reaching all consumer and small business debit cards .

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Citigroup Team

218 Team Members

Citigroup has 218 team members, including current Chief Executive Officer, Hélio L. Magalhães.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Hélio L. Magalhães

Chief Executive Officer

Current

Silvia Caravella

BTIG, and UBS

Senior Vice President

Current

Abrar Mir

NBD Sana Capital, Religare, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and CMS

Managing Director

Current

Andrea Pozzi

Managing Director

Current

Leonie Ryan

Managing Director

Current

Name

Hélio L. Magalhães

Silvia Caravella

Abrar Mir

Andrea Pozzi

Leonie Ryan

Work History

BTIG, and UBS

NBD Sana Capital, Religare, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and CMS

Title

Chief Executive Officer

Senior Vice President

Managing Director

Managing Director

Managing Director

Status

Current

Current

Current

Current

Current

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