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On April 6, 1998, the plan to merge Citicorp and Travelers Group was announced. On October 8, 1998, Citicorp merged with and into a subsidiary of Travelers Group, and Travelers Group changed its name to Citigroup Inc. At the time of the merger, Citicorp stockholders received 2.5 Citigroup shares for every 1 share of Citicorp stock they previously owned. Travelers Group stockholders maintained their shares of Travelers Group stock under the Citigroup name.
For its first two months, the merged companies, as Citigroup, traded under the exchange symbol "CCI," the symbol of Citicorp from 1985. However, on December 4, 1998, Citigroup began trading under its current stock symbol "C."
For more information on the history of Citigroup, please go to the Citi's History section under the About Citi tab. For more on Travelers Group, please see the Travelers Information section (below).
A summary level diagram of Citigroup's selected principal subsidiaries is provided here.
A list of Citigroup's principal subsidiaries is included as an exhibit in Citigroup's SEC 10-K filings, as available on the SEC Website. There you can search for the latest 10-K document and find the List of Principal Subsidiaries exhibit within.
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Citigroup's independent registered accounting firm is KPMG LLP in New York.
Citigroup common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYX) under the ticker symbol "C." Citigroup stock also has the distinction of being the first international company to be traded on the Mexican Stock Exchange (Bolsa Mexicana de Valores - BMV), and is listed under the ticker symbol "C*." Citigroup preferred stocks Series AA, C, J, K, L and S are also listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYX).
All of our available documents, including Annual Reports, quarterly reports and financial supplements, press releases, and investor presentations, can be downloaded from our Investor Relations website.
If you would like to request an Annual Report (10-K), quarterly report (10-Q), or other regulatory disclosure in printed form, please send your request via email, along with your full mailing address, to our Document Services department at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call them at: (716) 730 8055, or toll-free within the U.S. at: (877) 936 2737.
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Please note that not all of our documents and disclosures are available in printed form from our Document Services department. Please allow 3-4 weeks for processing and delivery.
We are happy to provide copies of our Annual Reports for the past three years.
Citigroup's 10-Ks and 10-Qs are available on the SEC website going back to 1994.
For other historical financial disclosures, please consult your local business library.
The CGMI Statement of Financial Condition can be obtained here.
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We recommend you first contact your financial advisor or stock broker. You may also refer to our Stockholder Services page for information and resources available to you.
Citigroup does not offer initial direct stock purchase. Please refer to your financial advisor or stock broker. Once you are a Citi stockholder, you can enroll in our Dividend Reinvestment and Direct Stock Purchase Plan (DRP) through the program administrator, Computershare. There is a direct stock purchase feature to that plan.
The Citi Dividend Reinvestment and Direct Stock Purchase Plan (DRP) allows current Citigroup investors to reinvest dividends or make optional cash payments in order to directly purchase additional Citigroup common stock. The optional cash payments must be at least $50 and can be up to an aggregate of $120,000 per calendar year.
Registered stockholders and brokers on behalf of their clients are permitted to participate. The Plan Administrator is Computershare Trust Company, N.A. On their website, www.computershare.com/investor, you can find a summary of the Citigroup DRP, and download the plan prospectus. You can also download and submit an Enrollment Form, change your participation option or update your election online. You will need to register your account first if you have not previously. Once registered, select "Enroll in an Investment Plan."
Or, to request a copy of the prospectus or the Enrollment Form be sent to you, you may contact Computershare by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at: (888) 250-3985 or (781) 575-4555 (for outside of North America).
If your shares of common stock are registered in a name other than your own (e.g., in the name of a broker or bank nominee) then you should: (1) have your shares re-registered in your own name(s) and then complete the Enrollment Form, or (2) make arrangements with your bank, broker or other nominee to participate on your behalf.
Where can I find information on Citigroup's common stock dividends?
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