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      • Risk Operations Analyst I at CITIBANK

      • Job ID: 20200686 Location: Lagos, Lagos Job Function: Operations Employee Status: Regular Business: Credit Risk Management Services Division: Middle East and Africa Grade/Level: C09 Reporting t
        • 17 July
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      • Regulatory Risk Analyst at CITIBANK

      • Job ID: 19141970 Location: Lagos Job Function: Risk Management Employee Status: Regular Job Background and Context Part of the ICG Regional Credit Risk team supporting Nigeria and Wes
        • 03 April
      • Regulatory Risk Analyst at CITIBANK

      • Job ID: 19141970 Location: Lagos Job Function: Risk Management Employee Status: Regular Job Background and Context Part of the ICG Regional Credit Risk team supporting Nigeria and Wes
        • 12 March
      • Middle East and Africa Analyst Program at CITIBANK

      • Job ID: 80007842 Location: Ajah, Lagos Job Function: Operations Job Type: Full Time Analyst Employee Status: University Programs Employee Status: emea Program start date: July 2020. You'r
        • 26 February
      • Cash and Trade Proc Rep 3 at CITIBANK

      • Job ID: 19145559 Location: Lagos Job Function: Operations - Core Employee Status: Regular Job Description The Cash and Trade Proc Rep 3 performs basic assignments. Works under direct supervision
        • 27 January
      • Teller at CITIBANK

      • Job Function: Operations - Transaction Services Employee Status: Regular Job ID: 19141207 Job Purpose: The Teller is a frontline staff and is one of the customer’s first points of contact wit
        • 06 December, 2019
      • Regulatory Risk Analyst at CITIBANK

      • Job Function: Risk Management Employee Status: Regular Job ID: 19141970 Job Background and Context Part of the ICG Regional Credit Risk team supporting Nigeria and West & Central Africa Glob
        • 06 December, 2019
      • Finance Reporting Intermediate Analyst at CITIBANK

      • Job ID: 19117280 Location: Nigeria, Lagos Job Function: Finance Time Type: Full time Grade: All Job Level - All Job Functions Job Purpose The Finance Reporting Intermediate Analyst is an intermed
        • 31 October, 2019
      • Cash and Trade Processing Representative 5 at CITIBANK

      • Job ID: 19118112 Location: Lagos Job Function: Operations - Transaction Services Employee Grade: All Job Level - All Job Functions All Job Level - All Job Functions - NG Time Type: Full time Status:
        • 12 September, 2019
      • Relationship Manager at CITIBANK

      • Ref No: 19022139 Location: Lagos Job Category: Institutional Banking Schedule: Full-time Shift: Day Job Employee Status: Regular Job Purpose The principal purpose of the position is to facilitate
        • 08 May, 2019
      • Head of Regulatory Reporting at CITIBANK

      • Job ID: 19017685 Location: Nigeria, Lagos Job Function: Finance Schedule: Full-time Shift: Day Job Employee Status: Regular Travel Time: No Job Purpose Proactively identify and resolve country fin
        • 22 April, 2019
      • Head of Regulatory Reporting at CITIBANK

      • Job ID: 19017685 Location: Lagos Schedule: Full-time Shift: Day Job Employee Status: Regular Travel Time: No Job Purpose Proactively identify and resolve country finance issues, supporting the fin
        • 15 April, 2019
      • Compliance Officer at CITIBANK

      • Job ID: 19015427 Location: Nigeria Job Function: Compliance and Control Schedule: Full-time Shift: Day Job Employee Status: Regular Travel Time: No Job Purpose The individual will play a key role
        • 05 April, 2019
      • Compliance Officer at CITIBANK

      • Job ID: 19010803 Location: Nigeria Job Function: Compliance and Control Schedule: Full-time Shift: Day Job Employee Status: Regular Job Purpose The individual will play a key role in developing an
        • 14 March, 2019

About CITIBANK

Citi has been doing business in Nigeria since 1984. The bank formerly operated under the name Nigeria International Bank Limited, but was renamed to Citibank Nigeria Limited (Citi Nigeria) in 2008 to fully align with Citi's global brand and identity. The bank has a strategic business focus in Nigeria specializing mainly in Corporate Banking and servicing mostly corporate clients. Citi Nigeria offers a broad range of services, including global transaction services, sales and trading, corporate finance and investment banking services to corporate and commercial customers, financial institutions (including other banks) and public sector organizations. Within the industry, Citi is known for its innovation as it has successfully leveraged its global network and extensive knowledge base to offer its Nigerian clients innovative products and services. Businesses The bank offers a broad range of services, including transaction services, sales and trading, corporate finance and investment banking services to corporate and commercial customers, financial institutions (including other banks) and public sector organizations. In August 2008, Citi launched its Direct Custody and Clearing Services in Nigeria, the 53rd market on its proprietary network - the largest in the world. The DCC business will facilitate business transactions for clients and investors looking to do business in Nigeria. With 12 branches across the country, Citi Nigeria continues to develop innovative products and services for its customers in and around strategic locations. Sustainability At Citi Nigeria, we are committed to the needs of the communities in which we operate. By driving sustainability through corporate citizenship, we have developed an Environmental and Social Risk Management (ESRM) Policy, which includes categorization requirements, environmental due diligence, elevated review and approval requirements for the following transaction types: corporate and government loans project finance equity transactions acquisition finance letters of credit bid and performance bonds project finance advisory mandates In 2003, Citi was pivotal to the development of the global Equator principles. These standards serve as a voluntary set of guidelines for managing environmental and social risk issues. They are utilized for the funding of development programs such as project financing and advisory with capital costs of over US$10 million. It is important to state that these principles have been vetted by the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation (IFC). Similarly, Citi has implemented guidelines to manage risks in corporate loans, debt securities and underwritings greater than US$50 million where use of proceeds is known. Corporate Social Responsibility Citi Nigeria is very active in community activities in Nigeria. As part of the Citigroup family, the bank, through its global charitable arm, Citi Foundation, supports various non-government organizations (NGOs) in Nigeria. The Citi Foundation is committed to enhancing economic opportunities for underserved individuals and families in the communities where we work throughout the world. Globally, the Citi Foundation is focusing its giving on microfinance and micro entrepreneurship, which helps individuals become economically self-sufficient; small and growing businesses leading to economic expansion and job creation; education, which prepares young people for personal and professional success; financial education, which helps individuals make informed financial decisions; and the environment with a focus on sustainable enterprises that generate jobs and stimulate economic growth while preserving the environment. In 2013, continuing Citi's long-standing tradition of supporting local communities in which we do business, Citibank Nigeria Limited's Board of Directors approved charitable donations of over $95,000 to more than 30 charitable organizations across Nigeria. In 2012, Citi Nigeria and Citi Foundation disbursed grants of more than $320,000 (USD) to Nigerian NGOs to support programs such as micro entrepreneurship, financial education, and youth education. The recipients of the grants include Junior Achievement Nigeria, LEAP Africa, Fate Foundation, Hope Worldwide Nigeria and Growing Businesses Foundation. In 2011, in line with the strategic initiatives of the Central Bank of Nigeria and the economic development goals of the Federal Government, Citi launched the Citi Microenterprise Development for Rural Farmers Initiative (CMDRFI). The program began with a pilot in Gabasawa LGA, Kano where over 100 farmers were selected and participated in financial literacy programs after which they were provided low interest loans to support and grow their farming businesses. Annually, the bank holds its Global Community Day activities. All staff of the bank (globally) are encouraged to volunteer and do community work on the day. More than 500 people participated in last year's global community day activities in Lagos, Abuja and Port-Harcourt. Local Branch Expansion Citibank Nigeria has 12 direct branches and more than 1,500 partner bank locations strategically situated across the country, enabling proximity to our clients, and allowing us to be responsive to their needs. Also, through Citi's innovative electronic banking platform, CitiDirect®, our clients are able to transact business with us at any time of the day, even from the comfort of their offices.
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