Restructuring Citigroup: The Bank in Trouble

Restructuring Citigroup: The Bank in Trouble
Case Code: BSTR330
Case Length: 19 Pages
Period: 2000-2009
Pub Date: 2009
Teaching Note: Not Available
Price: Rs.300
Organization: Citigroup
Industry: Banking & Financial Services
Countries: US
Themes: Business Restructuring, Financial Restructuring, Risk Management
Restructuring Citigroup: The Bank in Trouble
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Citi under Charles Prince

Prince's prime objective for Citi when he became its CEO was to keep it out of the headlines because of the several lawsuits it was facing. He gave priority to resolving the legal and regulatory issues that Citi faced. He also placed emphasis on improving Citi's relationship with the regulators world over to regain their confidence...

Citi under Pandit's Leadership

On December 12, 2007, Pandit was appointed as the CEO of Citi while Bischoff became Chairman and Rubin, Chairman of the Executive Committee. The next day, Citi announced that it would take US$ 49 billion worth of assets from the SIVs it was sponsoring on to its own balance sheet...

The Road Ahead

Even though Pandit undertook several changes including reorganizing Citi's business model, streamlining the processes and technology, cutting costs, selling off non-core business units, increasing Citi's equity capital, and cutting down his own salary to turn the bank profitable, he faced severe criticism...


Exhibit I: Citigroup's Stock Price Chart (1995-2009)
Exhibit II: A Note on Sub-Prime Crisis
Exhibit III: Background of Vikram Pandit
Exhibit IV: Citigroup's Business Segments and Brands
Exhibit V: Key Financials of Citigroup (2005-08)
Exhibit VI: Citigroup's Breakup Plan
Exhibit VII: Stress Tests on US Commercial Banks

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