Citi

San Francisco

A partnership spanning over 100 years

See how the Bay Area has been an important part of our history and will continue to be a focus of our work moving forward

Proud Member of the San Francisco Community

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Our Reach Across San Francisco

1,700+

Citi Employees

1.7 million+

Consumer and business accounts

4,400+

Citi alumni

105+

Citibank retail branches

Supporting San Francisco's Growth and Development

$125 million+

in loans to 16,000+ small businesses

$392 million+

loans and investments in affordable housing

27

Citi clients in the Fortune 500 headquartered in San Francisco

Our Commitment to San Francisco Communities

$8.1 million+

supporting charitable organizations

190+

volunteer hours by 190+
Citi Employees

Our Commitment to San Francisco's Youth

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Research shows that kids with savings accounts in their own names are seven times more likely to attend college than those without, regardless of income, race or academic achievement.

So in 2011, Citi partnered with the City and County of San Francisco to launch Kindergarten to College (K2C), the nation's first universal college savings program. Through K2C, families of kindergartners enrolled in the City's Unified School District are now able to invest in their children's future.

  • $1,000,000+of families' own money contributed towards their children's college education
  • 18,000+accounts opened for SFUSD students
  • $2,200,000+in total value of the college savings accounts – including deposits from the City and County of San Francisco, family contributions and philanthropic matches and incentives
  • Wonthe U.S. Conference of Mayors' 2013 Excellence in Public/Private Partnership Award

Supporting Affordable Housing in San Francisco

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In the last 20 years, Citi has committed to supporting a broad set of affordable housing and community development projects including:

  • Fruitvale Transit Village
  • Portrero Launch Apartments
  • Community Housing Partnership's Drs. Julian & Raye Richardson Apartments

Currently, Citi Community Capital is providing major financing to help redevelop San Francisco's Bayview Hunter's Point neighborhood, turning one of the city's most distressed public housing projects into a thriving, mixed-income community.

  • 1906 Helped victims of the San Francisco earthquake who lost their homes
  • 1970s–1980s Helped San Francisco and Oakland redevelopment agencies by providing access to liquidity
  • 2000 Supported Rich Soro Commons – the first affordable housing development in Mission Bay – through a mix of underwriting, marketing, credit services and grants

How Citi Clients Define Progress

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For individuals, it may mean:

  • A mortgage that allows a family to lay down roots
  • Personalized advice that makes planning for a first child easier

For institutions, it may mean:

  • Local insight to break into new markets in differentiating ways
  • Deep expertise around the world to help manage complexity and emerging challenges

For communities, it may mean:

  • Collaboration with local leaders and community organizations to enable progress on local policy priorities
  • A global foundation that supports economic progress for individuals and communities of the San Francisco earthquake who lost their homes

A True Global Reach

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Our work stretches across the world to reach individuals, institutions and communities and empower them with solutions that only Citi's global set of capabilities can provide.

Citi's Global Consumer Bank serves 100 million clients in 19 countries, with a strategic focus on cities and segments in which the bank's unique global network, brand and capabilities provide a competitive advantage. We serve clients through industry-leading products and services, next-generation retail formats and world-class digital channels to deliver a simple, secure and seamless experience.

Citi's Institutional Clients Group builds enduring relationships with clients by providing a full suite of strategic advisory and financing products to multinational and local corporations, financial and public sector institutions, governments, privately held businesses, and many of the world's most successful and influential individuals and families in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions.

Looking Ahead

We look forward to continuing our partnership with the people and institutions of San Francisco to enable progress and to create ever-greater opportunities within the city and the region.