Citigroup IncC:NYQ

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Directors & officers

 NameTitleCompensationAgeOfficer
since
 
MichaelO'Neill
Independent Chairman of the Board
--
67
2012
Mr. Michael E. O'Neill is an Independent Chairman of the Board of Citigroup Inc. Mr. O’Neill is an experienced financial services executive and has been nominated to serve on the Board because of his experience in the areas of Financial Services, International Business, Corporate and Consumer Business, Regulatory Compliance, Risk Management and Financial Reporting. As the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Bank of Hawaii, Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer at Bank of America and Chief Financial Officer of Continental Bank, Mr. O’Neill has had experience and developed his experience in the areas of financial services, international, corporate and consumer business, regulatory compliance, risk management and financial reporting. Under his leadership, Bank of Hawaii executed a three-year strategic turnaround and risk management procedures were overhauled. Furthering his regulatory compliance experience, while at the Bank of Hawaii, Mr. O’Neill served as district member of the Federal Reserve Advisory Council. During his tenure at Continental Bank and while he was an independent financial consultant, Mr. O’Neill gained international financial services experience.
 
JamesForese
Co-President, Chief Executive Officer - Institutional Clients Group
5.89m USD
51
2008
 
ManuelMedina-Mora
Co-President, Chief Executive Officer - Global Consumer Banking, Chairman, Mexico, Chairman - Global Consumer Council
4.13m USD
63
2004
 
MichaelCorbat
Chief Executive Officer, Director
6.70m USD
53
2008
 
JohnGerspach
Chief Financial Officer
3.30m USD
60
2005
 
Francisco AlbertoAristeguieta Silva
Chief Executive Officer, Latin America
--
48
--
 
StephenBird
Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific
--
47
2009
 
JamesCowles
Chief Executive Officer, Europe, Middle East and Africa
--
58
2013
 
BarbaraDesoer
Chief Executive Officer of Citibank, N.A.
--
58
2014
 
WilliamMills
Chief Executive Officer, North America, Head - Community Development and International Franchise Management
--
58
2008
 
DonCallahan
Chief Operations and Technology Officer, Head - Operations and Technology
--
57
2008
 
JeffreyWalsh
Chief Accounting Officer, Controller
--
56
2009
 
BradfordHu
Chief Risk Officer
--
50
2013
 
RohanWeerasinghe
General Counsel, Corporate Secretary
--
63
2012
 
BrianLeach
Head - Franchise Risk and Strategy
9.95m USD
54
2008
 
PaulMcKinnon
Head of Human Resources and Talent
--
63
--
 
EdwardSkyler
Head - Public Affairs
--
--
--
 
DuncanHennes
Independent Director
--
57
2013
 
FranzHumer
Independent Director
--
68
2012
 
GaryReiner
Independent Director
--
59
2013
 
JudithRodin
Independent Director
--
69
2004
 
RobertRyan
Independent Director
--
71
2007
 
AnthonySantomero
Independent Director
--
67
2009
 
JoanSpero
Independent Director
--
70
2012
 
DianaTaylor
Independent Director
--
59
2009
 
WilliamThompson
Independent Director
--
68
2009
 
JamesTurley
Independent Director
--
57
2013
 
ErnestoZedillo
Independent Director
--
62
2010
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