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Providing for the day-to-day financing needs of German clients globally

Citi Germany provides a full range of financial services to companies, institutional investors and public sector clients. Citi established a presence in Germany in 1926 when the City Bank of New York opened its first office in Berlin. This office was a precursor to today's Institutional Clients Group (ICG) business, located in Frankfurt.
Country Leadership
Stefan Hafke
Citi Country Officer Germany and Head of Corporate Banking Germany & Austria

Philipp Encz

Head of Public Affairs Europe & Germany


Anja Klein

Communications Manager



Citigroup Global Markets Europe AG

Reuterweg 16

60323 Frankfurt

Business Lines & Specialties
Citi's Banking, Capital Markets and Advisory division provides comprehensive relationship coverage and a full suite of products and services in an effort to be the best possible financial partner to its institutional clients.
We help mid-sized companies with revenues starting from $10MM USD address the challenges of rapid growth and international expansion by rationalizing complicated legacy setups or allowing clients to avoid them altogether, so that they can scale faster and grow larger.
Markets provides world-class solutions and an unmatched global presence. We serve corporates, institutional investors and governments from trading floors in almost 80 countries.
Our treasury services help optimize the needs of our clients on a global scale. Treasury and Trade Solutions provides global solutions that can help clients drive their business forward while investing in innovation to bring new solutions to life.
Global Wealth Management brings together the full power of Citi to serve the entire continuum of wealth clients, from affluent to ultra-high net worth to family offices.
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