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3 days ago

Associate Securities Processing Analyst 2 Tax Unit – new

Citi Tampa, FL

• Review Corporate Actions to confirm appropriate tax treatment Section 302 processing; learn tax regulations, certification processing, SWIFT… Citi

2 days ago

Markets Equity Solutions Associate – new

Citi New York, NY

Equity Solutions: focused on providing Corporations, Executives and Sponsors, structured solutions (Public and Private) for their capital structure… Citi

14 days ago

Tax Accounting Sr. Manager Private Equity VP

Citi New York, NY

• The Vice President manages the activities of the groups within his/her Business Unit and acts as the liaison to the SVP and other Senior… Citi

3 days ago

Global Loans Team Coordinator New Castle DE – new

Citi New Castle, DE

• Interacts with Corporate Tax, Informational Reporting Group, Relationship Teams, Trading Desks, and operational groups to ensure appropriate… Citi

25 days ago

Tax Accountant Fund Taxation

Citi Mississauga

• Tax Reporting • Analyze corporate actions for tax implications • Calculate suspended loss & stop loss • Analyze hedging income from… Citi

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    Big Company with typical complexity, but doing good things!

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    Current Employee - Senior Vice President  in  Baltimore, MD
    Current Employee - Senior Vice President in Baltimore, MD

    I have been working at Citi full-time for more than 5 years


    Good health benefits - Vision coverage always gets positive comments from the various optometrist I have used.


    As with any big company, with whom you work will dictate your experience. I'm blessed with a good boss, but some higher-ups are a bit more closed-off to suggestions and may not be as in-touch with lower level employees as they could be.
    Always too busy to take desired training for growth.

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    Remember to treat all with respect, even if they aren't at your senior level. Keep an open mind and realize not all employees will be "stars". Be more receptive to criticism. Involving impacted teams in decisions/process changes will go a long way toward making positive strides.

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