Updated 03.23.2010


Summary: Citigroup has made improvements in its Board of Directors and Senior Management scores. Several assessment points on its Internal Control Environment also show marked improvement.


Over the past year, the size of the board of directors at Citigroup has increased. Directors that have replaced the outgoing ones appear to have more time to devote to Citi's affairs and also appear to have adequate and relevant experience. More directors with experience relevant to Citigroup's core business are now onboard. The level of senior management turnover also appears to have tapered and a more stable management profile may be in store for Citi.


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Board Size: 17

Board of Directors Compensation($): $75,000- Deferred stock award valued at $150,000

Total Carbon Emissions(metric tons): 2008- 1,427,416 metric tons; 2007- 1,419,551 metric tons

Total CEO compensation for 2009($): $ 128,751

Chief Credit Officer: Brian Leach

Changes in Chief Risk Officer over the past 2 years**: Once(Brian Leach took over as Chief Credit Officer in 2008.)

Tenure of Chief Risk Officer in this position: Brian Leach has held the position of Chief Risk Officer at Citigroup since March 2008.

** Why do we look at changes in the Chief Risk Officer position? Companies, where we observe quick changes to senior risk positions in case of companies in the finance industry) are high on our 'watch' list.