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Citi

Citi, the world’s leading financial institution, is unique in its global composition and strength. Thanks to our 340,000 employees located in over 100 countries serving more than 200 million clients, we can claim to be the only trulyglobal financial institution.

Citi was one of the first international banks to set up a branch in Ireland with a continuous presence here since 1965. With the opening of the Dublin service centre in 1996 we have grown from strength to strength and are now the largest foreign bank in the country with over 2,000 employees in North Wall Quay, IFSC and Georges Quay, Dublin 2.

Our talented people

Citi is a place where ambitious, dedicated, self-motivated, client-focused people do well. It’s no surprise that Citi sees attracting, developing and retaining the most talented individuals as the key to consistently delivering superior performance.

Why do talented people choose Citi over other financial institutions?
Because they appreciate our global reach and reputation; our dynamic, successful businesses; the interesting, challenging work; our world-class learning and development; the unique breadth of opportunity and the meritocratic, integrity-filled environment.

Citi as an Employer

Citi is one of the most global and naturally diverse companies in the world; over 98 percent of our staff are local in the more than 100 countries where we operate. With an employee base as big as a small city, we know our success rests largely on our ability to help our people perform as well as they can. That’s why we offer a full set of developmental programmes allowing staff to chart their growth.

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Citi Jobs
(8)

Senior Program Manager

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  • Updated 25/07/2016
  • Dublin

This role is for a dynamic individual responsible for the delivery of change programmes and projects within TTS.

Java Development Lead

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  • Updated 25/07/2016
  • Dublin

Citi has had a presence in Ireland since 1965 and was one of the first foreign banks to open an office in Ireland. The company now employs over 2300 people in Dublin.

Business Analyst - Data Governance

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  • Updated 25/07/2016
  • Dublin

The Data, Analytics and Delivery Team for Securities Services Technology have a responsibility for foundational data services (market and reference systems), self-service analytics and data as a service platform within Citi's Investor Division.

Senior Integration Engineer

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  • Updated 25/07/2016
  • Dublin

The Data and Analytics Team in Investor and Custody Services Technology has responsibility for foundational data services (market and reference systems), self-service analytics and data as a service platforms within Citi's Investor Division.

Senior Collateral Manager

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  • Updated 25/07/2016
  • Dublin

Senior Collateral Manager

Corporate Actions Analyst

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  • Updated 25/07/2016
  • Dublin

The area of Corporate Actions is responsible for the complete end to end management and completion of numerous corporate actions events in our designated role of Common Depository and Issuer Agent.

Trade Finance - Operations Support

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  • Updated 25/07/2016
  • Dublin

Perform deal review for new types of deals within Trade Finance: AR Finance, Supplier Finance, and any other Trade Finance product if and when required.

Implementation Manager - French Language

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  • Updated 25/07/2016
  • Dublin

The role of the Implementations team is to be the first point of contact for trade customers on the trade services deals of guarantee and LCs.

Citi reviews
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Toxic banking culture.

Anonymous in Dublin, Ireland
current employee in May. 2016
10/05/2016

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There are good people here who are unfortunately being asked to deliver the impossible.

Things to improve

It is a toxic banking culture where people are pushed to sacrifice their personal lives to get promoted and when they get tired they are replaced immediately. That needs to change.

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Anonymous in Dublin, Ireland
current employee in Jan. 2016
28/01/2016

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People are nice. Transport link is good and thats it

Things to improve

Salary, Workload, Life balance, Promotion, Education, Management goals in short

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Citi Dublin

Anonymous in Dublin City, Ireland
current employee in Jan. 2016
14/01/2016

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In Citi there is an arrow on the stairs, yes there is a procedure for everything. The staff are nice but stressed. A lot of money is wasted on carpets, throwing out perfectly good printers and our IT systems are just terrible. Citi are good at flexible hours and the location is good. I wish management would spend less time on their fancy corporate website and news emails and more times listening to staff. Finally Citi is obsessed with jobs grades, C4, C5, AVP, VP, SVP, no other company like it :p

Things to improve

management could listen more to staff who complete the tasks and use the systems

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