|会社名||Citigroup Inc （C シティグル―プ）|
|概要||事業概要 シティグループ（Citigroup Inc.）は金融サービスの提供を行う持株会社である。同社は消費者バンキングとクレジット、法人・投資バンキング、証券仲介、取引・証券サービス、資産管理等の金融商品・サービスを消費者、法人、政府と機関に提供する。同社はシティコープ及びシティ・ホールディングスという2つの事業区分により構成される。シティコープ事業は消費者・企業向けのグローバルな銀行であり、中心的フランチャイズを代表する。シティコープ事業は顧客に製品とサービスを提供し、各種エコノミーを含む同社のグローバルなネットワークを活用する。グローバル・コンシューマー・バンキング（GCB）はシティ・ブランド・カードとシティ小売サービスを含む小売バンキングを通じて、小売顧客に伝統的バンキング・サービスを提供する。 シティグル―プは個人と法人向けに世界160カ国以上で金融サ―ビスを展開する米国の大手銀行持株会社。クレジットカ―ド｢Citi｣を含む一般消費者向け小売銀行業務、企業向け銀行業務、投資銀行、証券仲介、機関投資家向けのプライベ―トバンキングなどの業務を行う。また資産運用・管理のほか、米国内外での住宅ロ―ンや個人融資などの消費者金融も扱う。 Citigroup Inc. or citi is an American multinational investment bank and financial services corporation headquartered in New York City. The company was formed by the merger of banking giant Citicorp and financial conglomerate Travelers Group in 1998. Citigroup is the third largest banking institution in the United States; alongside JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo, it is one of the Big Four banking institutions of the United States. Citigroup is ranked 30th on the Fortune 500 as of 2019. Citigroup has over 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 160 countries. It has 204,000 employees.|
|本社所在地||388 Greenwich Street New York NY 10013 USA|
|代表者氏名||John Cunningham Dugan|
|代表者役職名||Chairman of the Board|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Citigroup Inc interest income increased 15% to $70.83B. Net interest income after loan loss provision increased 4% to $39.21B. Net income applicable to common stockholders excluding extraordinary items increased 13% to $16.59B. Net interest income after loan loss provision reflects Global Consumer Banking segment increase of 6% to $21.1B Corporate/Other segment increase of 13% to $2.45B.|
WeWork promises it will be profitable by the end of 2021. But with so much uncertainty over returning to the office, experts think the projection "feels a bit aggressive." 2021/04/12 13:53:45 Business Insider
Summary List Placement WeWork's SPAC deal, sponsored by Bow Capital Management with Shaquille O'Neil as an advisor, is the company's second attempt at going public after its big-spending ways, massive valuation, and eccentric CEO and co-founder helped to tank its 2019 IPO before it launched . This time around, the company is helmed by real estate veteran Sandeep Mathrani , and has majorly slimmed down operating expenses. As a result, it's touting to investors that by the fourth quarter of this year, the company will be EBITDA profitable, a financial indicator of a company's earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization. Of course, EBITDA-profitability is not the same as total profitability, especially for a company that has over $4 billion in total debt. The company paid $532 million in interest and other income expenses in 2020, expenses that are removed from an EBITDA calculation. The company did not include any non-adjusted figures that would show profitability with expenses like depreciation and interest included.
Heading Into Earnings Season with Dow and S&P at Record Highs | Investing.com 2021/04/10 05:40:29 Investing.com
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Citi adds environmental, social and governance scores to its data platform 2021/04/08 18:47:32 ABC News
Citigroup said it has incorporated environmental, social and governance scores to its securities services data platform.
Citigroup aflora el 1 % del capital Euskaltel tras la opa de MásMóvil 2021/04/08 16:43:00 Investing.com Spain
The 5 best credit card rewards programs for socially distant travel in 2021 2021/04/07 20:08:08 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Chase, Amex, and Citi offer options to book socially distant travel through their online portals. You can use Capital One miles to "erase" any travel purchase, including Airbnb rentals. Some hotel rewards programs let you redeem your points for private vacation homes. Read Insider's guide to the best travel rewards credit cards . Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky The good old days of scoring extravagant vacations using credit card points are on pause, especially if you aren't flying due to the pandemic. However, that doesn't mean that there aren't options out there for folks who want to save up credit card rewards for a pandemic-safe trip . From road trips to private vacation homes to outdoor excursions, there are still plenty of ways to redeem credit card points without breaking social distancing. Here are the best credit card rewards programs for socially distant travel in 2021. Chase Ultimate Rewards Best card for beginners: Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card Best card for seasoned travelers: Chase Sapphire Reserve® Best card for small-business owners: Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card Read Insider's guide to earning and redeeming Chase Ultimate Rewards points Chase Ultimate Rewards is beloved by jet-setters, and it's easily my favorite travel rewards program thanks to its high-value points and redemption flexibility .
Citigroup tweaks model portfolio to be more defensive, cites elevated valuations 2021/03/12 07:53:52 Economic Times India
Citi has a target of 14,800 on the Nifty by December this year which implies a minor downside from current levels.
Citigroup offers London staff Covid tests as part of back-to-office plan 2021/03/11 19:02:15 City AM
Citigroup offers London staff Covid tests as part of back-to-office plan The post Citigroup offers London staff Covid tests as part of back-to-office plan appeared first on CityAM .
Strong Winds Expected In Grey Bruce This Afternoon 2021/03/11 17:41:54 Bayshore News
Hydro One says its crews are ready to respond to any potential power outages as high winds are expected today along the Lake Huron and Georgian Bay sh…
Deutsche Telekom: Endlich! – T-Aktie bricht aus 2021/03/10 14:15:00 Finanztreff
Nach einem monatelangem Hin und Her ist der Telekom-Aktie am Mittwoch endlich der Ausbruch aus ihrer Seitwärtsrange geglückt. Den zündenden Funken lieferte die Citigroup.
Citigroup needs a new strategy for its consumer banks in Asia 2021/03/08 16:37:14 Livemint
New CEO Jane Fraser shouldn’t oversimplify the bank’s operations
Wells Fargo oferece folgas para que funcionários sejam vacinados 2021/03/06 20:57:41 Valor Econômico
Instituição financeira tem a maior força de trabalho entre os bancos dos Estados Unidos Scott Eells/Bloomberg/Arquivo O Wells Fargo, que tem a maior força de trabalho entre os bancos dos Estados Unidos, está oferecendo folgas para que os funcionários se vacinem contra a covid-19. O banco vai autorizar até oito horas de folga remunerada para que empregados em todo o mundo possam se vacinar, segundo memorando interno revisado pela "Bloomberg". A empresa de São Francisco também ampliou o programa de testes ao oferecer o serviço gratuitamente a trabalhadores em suas 25 maiores unidades. Os que trabalham em outros locais podem solicitar um teste em casa pago pelo banco. “Embora entendamos que escolher ser vacinado é uma decisão pessoal, encorajamos que vocês considerem tomar a vacina quando estiver disponível”, disse no memorando David Galloreese, diretor de recursos humanos. “Incentivamos que se informem sobre as vacinas contra a Covid-19 para que possam tomar uma decisão consciente.” O quarto maior banco dos Estados Unidos segue os passos do JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America e Citigroup ao oferecer folgas para que funcionários possam se vacinar.
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arising from, or in reliance upon, the whole or any part of the contents of this announcement, whether in tort, contract or otherwise which they might otherwise have in respect of this announcement or its contents or otherwise arising in connection therewith. Each of BofA Securities, Citigroup, J.P. Morgan, Morgan Stanley and VTB Capital is […]
Wells Fargo is reportedly joining JPMorgan and Bank of America in giving staff up to 8 hours off to get COVID-19 vaccines 2021/03/05 11:04:16 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Wells Fargo has reportedly become the latest bank to encourage all employees to get COVID-19 vaccines by granting paid time off for their appointments. The bank will offer up to eight hours for staff around the world to get immunized, according to an internal memo on Thursday seen by Reuters . "While we understand that choosing to be vaccinated is a personal decision, we encourage you to consider getting the vaccine when it's available to you," said David Galloreese, head of human resources, in the memo that was sent to its more than 268,000 employees worldwide. "We encourage you to be educated about COVID-19 vaccines so that you can make an informed decision." The US's fourth biggest bank also said in the memo it was expanding its free COVID-19 testing program at its 25 largest locations across the world, Reuters reported. Staff will have access to on-site testing from Monday. Those employees working from home can request self-testing kits to be sent to them for free, according to the memo.
Goldman Sachs commits to net zero financed emissions by 2050 2021/03/05 10:23:38 BusinessGreen
US investment bank joins Citigroup, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, and JP Morgan Chase in pledging to slash emissions from its financing activities over the coming decades
Watershed moment? Bitcoin price exceeded all expectations in February 2021/03/04 18:40:28 Cointelegraph
Is this the moment of truth for the real value of Bitcoin? February seems to have been a watershed moment in its history. In hindsight, February can be viewed as a watershed moment in the history of Bitcoin. The entire month could be looked back upon by market specialists and economists, as the markets saw an enormous surge before correcting themselves later in the month. The flagship cryptocurrency asset, Bitcoin ( BTC ), hit its all-time high of $58,352 on Feb. 21 while finally breaking the $1 trillion mark in market capitalization. On the same day, the second-most prominent asset in the space, Ether ( ETH ), hit its all-time high of $2,033.08. In February, Bitcoin’s price was a bit of a rollercoaster, almost drawing a bell curve of sorts. At the start of the month, BTC was trading at $32,889, gradually rising to an all-time high of $58,352 on Feb. 21 before flash crashing to around the $43,700 range toward the end of the month. So, what’s behind this meteoric rise and subsequent pullback that now leave many in the community questioning if the crypto bull run is still ongoing ? “The weeks where decades happened” Bitcoin has seen institutional involvement in the asset increasing since 2020 ended.