Citigroup Internship

 
Citigroup Internships
4.33 out of 5

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New York City, NY
Employees:
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Annual Interns:
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Citigroup

Internship Overview
Internship Rating (Avg): 4.33 out of 5
3 Intern Reviews
Avg Citigroup Intern Salary: $23.57 per hour
7 Intern Salaries
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Citigroup Internship Program Information

Citigroup offers paid internships in the following three areas: Institutional Investments, Consumer Banking, and Corporate Functions. Most Citigroup internships take place in the summer and last 10-12 weeks.

Internship Perks

Since Citi does look upon the summer program as the primary source for recruiting full-time employees, those interested in working here full-time are strongly encouraged to apply to the Summer Internship Program. Depending on your performance during the program, and possibly after an assessed presentation at the end of the summer, there may be the opportunity for you to join the appropriate full-time program. There are no guarantees, but traditionally our conversion rates from summer interns to full-time is high.*

About Citigroup

Backed by nearly 200 years of experience, no other institution can facilitate, implement and execute the range of financial services with which Citi serves its clients—governments, institutions, corporations, charities and individuals around the world. Citi has approximately 200 million client accounts globally that benefit from a robust financial infrastructure, as evidenced by Citi’s connection to more than 400 clearing systems.*

Internship Resources & Links

Citigroup on Campus: here
Citigroup University Recruiting FAQs: here
University Careers: here
7 Citigroup Intern Salaries
Operations Analyst Intern: $22/hour
Summer Analyst: $24/hour
Investment Banking Summer Analyst: $30/hour
Operations Intern: $23/hour
Summer Analyst Intern: $27/hour
Summer Analyst Intern: $30/hour
Financial Adviser Intern: $9/hour
3 Citigroup reviews posted anonymously by former interns:
"Citi gave me exposure to multiple groups and deals"
Position: Investment Banking Summer Analyst
Location: New York, NY
Pay: $30/hour
Duration: 12 weeks
Review posted on 2/12/2012
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Pros:

- International exposure within industrials group. Specifically, a mining deal in Asia.
- Citi had me work across two teams which gave me greater exposure.
- Debt restructuring strategy.
- Convertible Bond buyback.
- Good MD.

Cons:

Citi doesn't have as good of a reputation as the other investment banks.

Advice for other students:

Investment banking is the way to go if you're into finance.
 
"Investment banking"
Position: Summer Analyst Intern
Location: New York, NY
Pay: $30/hour
Duration: 12 weeks
Review posted on 2/1/2012
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Pros:

- Mergers and Acquisitions Group at Citi.
- Deals.
- People.

Cons:

Long hours.

Advice for other students:

Money is good, prestige, but hours can get intense.
 
"generated leads for financial planning"
Position: Financial Adviser Intern
Location: New York, NY
Pay: $9/hour
Duration: 10 weeks
Review posted on 3/16/2011
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Pros:

- gained experience and Citi looks decent on a resume.
- learned how to sell and how the whole financial planning operations works.

Cons:

- I made a lot of call and basically tried to generate leads for a financial planner.

Advice for other students:

Decent. This wasn't a corporate internship and not part of their huge summer program, so other people could have different experiences. Don't do this if you are scared of sales.
 
 
 

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