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  • Rank
    26
  • Previous Rank
    20
  • CEO
    Michael L. Corbat
  • Address
    399 Park Ave., New York, NY 10022
  • Website
    www.citigroup.com

Although Citigroup celebrated its 200th anniversary, it proved another tough year for the third-biggest U.S. bank. Earnings fell 32% on revenues of $90.8 billion. Citi vet Michael Corbat, who previously ran the bank’s portfolio of non-core business and assets, replaced Vikram Pandit last October as CEO. As part of Corbat’s efforts to make Citigroup more efficient, he’s already laid off employees and closed branches. Indeed, the moves may partly explain why Citi’s first quarter earnings for 2013 beat analysts’ estimates.

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Key Financials

$ Millions% change
Revenues90,769-11.8
Profits
7541.00
-31.9
Assets1,864,660-
Total Shareholder Equity189,049-
Market Value (on March 29, 2013)134,434.7-

Profit as a % of

Profit Percent Sales134,434.7
Profit Percent Assets0.4
Profit Percent Shareholder Equity4

Earnings Per Share

Earnings Per Share2.44
EPS % Change (from 2012)-32.8
EPS Change (5 year)-19.5
EPS Change (10 year)-22

Total Return to Investors

Total Return to Investors50.6
Total Return to Investors (5 year)-32
Total Return to Investors (10 year)
-17.50