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Citigroup shareholders were richly rewarded in 2019 as shares soared a stellar 53%. Those returns come as Citi has rejiggered its business, eliminating hundreds of positions in its trading division while investing more deeply in providing banking services to corporations. Long considered second-fiddle to the likes of Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs in the realm of investment banking, the consumer-facing giant also beefed up its roster of well-connected bankers in that space, as it vies for a top-three spot in the league tables. Under the hood, Citi reshuffled its executive team in 2019, elevating Jane Fraser to the No. 2 spot in management and the leader of its consumer banking business—and positioning her as a strong contender to be the first woman to eventually run a major Wall Street bank.
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