- How is Citigroup organized?
When and how was Citigroup formed?
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).
Where can I find information on Citigroup's subsidiaries?
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.
Who can I contact regarding my Citibank product (credit card, mortgage, etc.)?
Please visit our contact page.
Who should I contact regarding The Student Loan Corporation (SLC)?
Please contact the Student Loan Corporation's Discover Investor Relations department.
Who is Citigroup's independent auditor?
Citigroup's independent registered accounting firm is KPMG LLP in New York.
What are Citigroup's credit ratings?
Click to view credit ratings for Citigroup and its subsidiaries.