Project Team member in Canary Wharf
Professional and great place to work
Citi is a highly professional work environment. I had an excellent career, with loads of training and on the job support from senior colleagues. more importantly, there is a very helpful and active ex-Citi bankers network, which I see as an invaluable lifetime asset.
Batch Scheduling Analyst (Permanent) in Lewisham Central
Awesome life experience to prepare you for corporate ruthless corporate world
I spent over 15 years at Citi and got 4 promotions. The technical and people skills I learnt were second to none. I waa lucky enough to work with and for some outstanding people. This experience prepares you for anything in the working world, and it did me too.Massive responsibility of looking after peoples money for which the combined effort waa second to none.
funding analyst in Belfast, County Antrim
stressful, awful communication
started at citi July last year at first thought it was great then the working hours got longer even though my contract stated otherwise, lunch breaks and breaks in general never explained. felt like you were only allowed 5 mins for lunch at your desk, excepted to work long hours for no extra compensation or thanks.Management and training is a joke, watching someone screen share on pc and they are rushing through the task, so very poor training. If you ask a question you can here them sighing down the phone. lack of guidance from management . Overall awful company to work for, no culture, communication, poor salary vs hours and poor and micro management
Vice President in London, Greater London
Good place to work
relazed relaxed compared to other bulge bracket firms but can be tough at times. People are really nice and good place to work for juniors. Very US leaning though.
Enjoyed working there
Great place to work, and progression opportunities available for individuals with desire and hunger to succeed. Developed myself with learning about wealth management and global products.