Citi

London

London has always been an important part of our history.

We look forward to continuing our partnership with the people and institutions of this innovative and vibrant financial center.

Proud Member of the London Community

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Our Reach Across London

6,600+

Citi employees

1500+

Citi alumni

Our Commitment to London's Communities

£763,000+

to support charitable organizations by the Citi Foundation in 2017

11,000+

total volunteer hours by 2,000+ Citi colleagues, alumni, family and friends

Supporting Business in London

More than half

of FTSE 100 companies are headquartered in London

90%

of FTSE 100 companies bank with Citi

Our Commitment to Opportunities for London Youth

London is one of the major cities that is a part of the Citi Foundation’s Pathways to Progress initiative. This global program helps prepare urban youth to thrive in today’s economy and connects them to opportunities that help them reach their full potential and contribute to the vibrant economic centres in which they live.

One of our flagship Pathways to Progress partners is Career Ready, a leading charity that links employers with schools and colleges to open up the world of work to young people. The Citi Foundation has supported Career Ready since it launched in the UK in 2002, and provides funding to help build a “whole school” approach to career preparedness.

Supporting London Youth Career Development

150+

Citi staff regularly volunteer to deliver the Career Ready program

75

young people take part in four-week paid internships at Citi every year

Funding Immunization for Children in the World’s Poorest Countries

As more investors look to embed environmental and social standards into their investment decisions, Citi’s London office continues to find new ways to address these issues globally.

Citi recently acted as joint lead manager on a $300 million three-year bond issuance with the International Finance Facility for Immunisation (IFFIm). Launched in 2006, IFFIm ensures vaccine coalition Gavi can deliver its life-saving immunisation programs to poorer nations faster—saving lives and protecting the estimated 1.7 million children who die each year from preventable diseases. These bonds provide a perfect platform for markets to support immunisations and reduce the incidence of disease across the developing countries.