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7 Jan 2015


Citi response

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Citi is a long-standing leader on human rights issues in the banking industry, and respect for human rights is critical to our vision of enabling our customers, clients and global communities to make progress. Citi’s leadership has been acknowledged by external stakeholders; for example, in the recent BankTrack “Banking with Principles” report, Citi received the highest score of any U.S.-based bank, and the Human Rights Campaign has awarded Citi a perfect score of “100” in its annual Corporate Equality Index. We are proud of Citi’s record, and I am happy to provide you with more information on our human rights related policies and approach...