What area of our business will you impact on?
Global Banking Opportunities
What area of business will you impact?
You’ll find graduates and interns throughout Citi. They help us make progress happen, working across a broad range of business divisions in all of our regions – Asia-Pacific, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa), Latin America, and North America. On these pages, you’ll find a summary of the APAC business areas you could join.
GLOBAL CONSUMER BANK
You’ll find GCB strategically positioned in the world’s top cities with one of the highest consumer banking growth potential, and across all four of our global regions. We have five three primary business lines: Branded and Retail Services, Retail Banking and Wealth Management, and Mortgage Credit Cards. Together, these account for 4,000 branches, $320 billion in deposits, $285 billion in loans, and $145 billion in assets under management. The Global Consumer Bank operates 2,348 branches with $291 billion in deposits, $300 billion in loans and$176 billion in assets under management. In fact, GCB is the leading credit card issuer in the world, with more than $175 billion in receivables across branded and private label cards.
Behind our businesses around the world, you’ll find specialized support groups and businesses focused on providing information and critical thinking to ensure long-term growth and efficient operations. There are opportunities within Human Resources, Finance, and Risk, depending on your locations.
INSTITUTIONAL CLIENTS GROUP
Home to a remarkable team of talented professionals from around the world, Citi’s Institutional Clients Group (ICG) comprises an international network of financial skills and capabilities. Our mission is to help top corporations, financial institutions, and governments meet and exceed their goals. To help them, we provide local and global insights, strategy, and solutions. ICG in APAC offers opportunities in Banking, Capital Markets and Advisory, Markets and Securities Services, Treasury and Trade Solutions, Credit Cards, Commercial Banking, and Citi Private Bank.
OPERATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY
Citi puts a strong emphasis on technology employing 110,000 people across 102 countries. At the core of the business is building technologies and using the latest technology stack to drive improved business processes for our clients. There is a wide range of technology used to support the backbone of our business – for example, setting up clusters of Hadoop & Hive to manage big data and utilizing the latest front-end technologies like HTML5/CSS3 with Angular JS (and others) to enable cutting-edge user interface.
Citi also makes significant investments in mobile technologies – iPhone, Android, and to a small extent, Windows Phone. For back-end, there are opportunities to dive into Java and .NET and build systems to manage huge data volumes with grid computing and server optimization techniques. If you are interested in the quantitative side of things and want to write algorithms to pick up trade signals, then there is a strong presence of Quants across all asset classes (Commodities, FX, Equities) where code is written in C. On the creative end of things, there are opportunities to focus on user interface and experience design.
What area of our business will you impact?
- Institutional Clients Group
- Global Functions
- Consumer Banking
- Commercial Banking
What opportunities will you discover?
Programs, Placements, and Internship Opportunities
At Citi, we’re interested in connecting with the most talented and ambitious people, irrespective of what stage of their studies they’ve reached. So here, alongside the more traditional graduate programs for Associates and Analysts, you’ll find internship opportunities that enable you to learn more about us during your studies – and challenge yourself at the same time. Here’s a quick look at the types of programs available in Asia-Pacific:
One of the primary ways in which we identify the very best talent is through internships. These are paid programs aimed at penultimate-year students (although if you’re in a different year, don’t worry too much – we don’t like to turn away exceptional candidates). Internships generally run for 9—12 weeks over the summer, with some countries offering opportunities at other times of the year. You’ll be exposed to a mixture of training, social events, and professional experience. At the end of the internship, we offer the best people a full-time role, starting after graduation. Internships are available for analysts (undergraduate and Master’s students) and associates (MBA/PhD students).
FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE/ MASTER’S PROGRAM (ANALYST)
Our Analysts are bright, accomplished, and highly motivated people with
outstanding communication skills and a true passion for business. If you are in your last year of undergraduate or Master’s degree study, consider our Full-Time Analyst Program. The combination of in-depth training, mentorship opportunities, and interaction with clients and senior management will help launch you on your career path as an Analyst.
For a full list of available opportunities and events across the APAC region, please see our website oncampus.citi.com
FULL-TIME MBA PROGRAM (MBA OR PHD – ASSOCIATE)
Our Full-Time Associate Program is designed for those in their last year of an MBA, JD or PhD program with significant work experiences. We’re looking for candidates with wideranging backgrounds and interests to complement the diverse talents of our outstanding Associates. Our intensive training program is run by some of the best minds in the business, and is combined with real-world experience and senior executive exposure. It’s the perfect launch pad for a successful career at Citi.
Our placements are long term and can range between 6 and 12 months. The scope of work and training is similar to that of our internship program, where you will be exposed to a mixture of training, social events, and professional experience. Placement opportunities and length are driven by university course and accreditation requirements. Please check with your university on available placement opportunities.
What positive impact will you have?
What positive impact will you have?
Partnering for success is not just for clients. We inhabit many environments and do business in thousands of communities around the world.
Being a responsible global citizen means engaging in business conduct that is transparent, prudent, and dependable. Our approach to citizenship is based on our commitment to responsible finance. We aim to be systemically responsible, ensuring that we always act only in ways that are in the best interests of our clients, and that our actions are always designed to create economic value.
ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT
Engaging with stakeholders to evaluate and mitigate negative environmental and social risks:
- Co-developed the global Poseidon Principles to promote reduction of the shipping industry‘s GHG emissions by 50% by 2050
- Collaborated with 100+ global banks on Equator Principles Update (EP4) that enhances banks’ commitment to indigenous peoples, climate and biodiversity
- Identified deficiencies in worker accommodations that did not meet IFC standards in manufacturing project in Asia & worked to ensure worker living conditions were improved
- Declined several early financing opportunities related to coal-fired power in Asia based on the standards of our ESRM Policy prohibitions
- Required our palm oil clients to become members of the Round table on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO)
- 137 transactions in APAC received ESRM review, of which 13 are Category A
The Citi Foundation supports the economic empowerment and financial inclusion of people with low to moderate incomes in communities where Citi operates. The Foundation has four policy areas:
Through Financial Capability and Asset Building, we increase the number of people with low to moderate income who adopt positive financial behaviors and accumulate and preserve financial assets.
Using Microfinance, we increase the use of financial products, supplied by microfinance institutions, designed to improve and accelerate the financial inclusion of individuals with low to moderate income.
Enterprise Development helps to drive up the number of micro or small enterprises – each providing new income generation or employment opportunities for individuals with low to moderate income.
Finally, Youth Economic Opportunities works with young people aged 13–25, helping them generate income through high-quality, living-wage jobs or entrepreneurship pursuits. We aim to give young people competitive skills and access to financial and other resources, through a combination of education, livelihoods, vocational skills training, or entrepreneurship preparation.
We aim to give young people competitive skills and access to financial and other resources, through a combination of education, livelihoods, vocational skills training, and entrepreneurship preparation.
Use the opportunity to always learn how things function. Curiosity and the willingness to learn are the greatest attributes of all successful people.
Opportunities for people of every community and background (e.g. gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, and age).
- First financial institution to release unadjusted pay gap figures and representation goals
- Over half of 50,000+ staff in Asia are female with female CEOs in key markets including China, Hong Kong and Vietnam
- Increased female representation at the Assistant Vice President through Managing Director levels to 38.9%
- 31% of Managing Directors promoted in Asia were female, up 10.5% from 2018
- 55% of full-time campus hires in Asia were female, up 4% from 2018
- 25 Citi Employee Network chapters offering professional development, mentoring and community engagement opportunities, e.g., Citi Women, Pride.
OUR AFFINITY GROUPS With close to 200,000 colleagues in nearly 100 countries, our people reflect the remarkable range of cultures and perspectives of our clients and customers. The breadth of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives of our team is what enables our success.
Our Affinity model, built as a complement to our global, grassroots Employee Network program that has been in existence for 18 years, is our enterprise approach to setting and reinforcing the company’s diversity priorities and goals. Our 10 Affinities — Asian Heritage, Black Heritage, Citi Salutes® , Citi Women, Disability, Generations, Hispanic/Latino Heritage, Multicultural, Families Matter and Pride — are designed to ensure that we understand, appreciate and respond to the needs of our entire employee base.
The Affinities contribute to our efforts to hire, promote and retain diverse talent while also advocating for and engaging employees and supporting our communities. Members of our CEO’s leadership team, along with other senior leaders across the company, co-chair each Affinity to help provide accountability for an equitable and inclusive culture.
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP Youth Co: Lab is the largest youth social entrepreneurship movement in Asia, co-created by Citi Foundation and the United Nations Development Programme in 2017. The program is aiming to build an entire ecosystem to empower young entrepreneurs to accelerate the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and connect them with incubators, accelerators and investors to turn solutions into viable business models.
To date, the program has scaled to 25 countries, reaching approximately 75,000 participants, engaging 7,120 social entrepreneurs and helped launch or expand 646 social enterprises.
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Opportunities close to home. Opportunities around the world.
In Asia-Pacific today, Citi provides more services in more markets for more clients than any other financial institution. You’ll find more than 50,000 employees across 15 markets, working together to make us a regional leader. This brochure focuses specifically on our APAC graduate programs.
We have a physical presence in:
Where will your first step take you?
We’re not just looking for talent - we’re looking for the very best talent. So, to help you stand out from the crowd, we’ve designed an application process that’ll give you every chance to sell yourself.
You should consider this an overview; you’ll find everything you need to know about our recruitment and application process, including hints and useful tips, at our global graduate application hub. We only accept applications received through this website. Find out more at oncampus.citi.com
MEET US ON CAMPUS
Although these events aren’t technically part of the process, they are a great opportunity to meet us face to face and find out what we’re looking for. It’s your chance to begin to build your network. If you can’t meet us on campus, try to join one of our virtual events.
Before you apply for any program, register your details first. Once your application is stored, you’ll be able to update it as many times as you wish before you make your final submission.
APPLICATION AND INTERVIEW
The interview process is not just about getting to know you. It’s your chance to get to know us, too. You’ll meet plenty of Citi people throughout the process, and you should get a good insight into the culture we are proud of. We also want you to walk away with a firm idea of what the job entails so there are no surprises if you commence your career with us. The precise application and interview process varies between programs. Individual vacancy event details can be found at oncampus.citi.com. Generally, applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so ensure you apply as early as you can to stand the best chance of success.
1. Submit CV
Submit your application online
By telephone or in person
Face-to-face at our center
We send you an offer
We’ll help you stand out from the crowd.
“Ask questions about the role or the team that
demonstrates you have a genuine interest. Think about topics you can speak to and ensure you are confident about your knowledge of those subjects.”
James, Campus Recruiter
1. CREATE A GREAT APPLICATION
What makes you unique? Tells us all about your achievements, qualifications, skills, and attributes. And then ask friends, families, faculty, and anyone with a financial background to check it over.
2. DON’T BE LATE
Interviews may commence as early as September; we highly recommend early application to our summer programs to ensure the greatest chance of success.
3. MEET US
Oncampus Citi events will give you an invaluable insight into life at Citi, our different business areas, and your perfect role – all for one of our current employees.
4. DO OUR PERSONALITIES MATCH?
Do you relish early responsibility, and enjoy being challenged, learning, and questioning the status quo? Can you lead and be a team player? Do you want to make a positive difference? Then we should meet.
5. CHECK THE WEBSITE
It’s packed with information about us, the application process, and our programs. Research our business areas and ask yourself where you want to work and why – we’ll want to hear that answer, too.
This brochure summarizes our roles in APAC.For full details on our global programs, recruitment and application process, including helpful hints and useful tips, visit oncampus.citi.com. We strongly advise that interested applicants apply as soon as possible.
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