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UNITED STATES
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
Washington, D. C. 20549

FORM 10-Q

ý   QUARTERLY REPORT PURSUANT TO SECTION 13 OR 15(d) OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934

For the quarterly period ended June 30, 2009

OR

o

 

TRANSITION REPORT PURSUANT TO SECTION 13 OR 15(d) OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934

For the transition period from                             to                            

Commission file number 1-9924

Citigroup Inc.
(Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)

Delaware
(State or other jurisdiction of incorporation or organization)
  52-1568099
(I.R.S. Employer Identification No.)

399 Park Avenue, New York, New York
(Address of principal executive offices)

 

10043
(Zip Code)

(212) 559-1000
(Registrant's telephone number, including area code)

        Indicate by check mark whether the registrant (1) has filed all reports required to be filed by Section 13 or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 during the preceding 12 months (or for such shorter period that the registrant was required to file such reports), and (2) has been subject to such filing requirements for the past 90 days. Yes ý No o

        Indicate by check mark whether the registrant has submitted electronically and posted on its corporate Web site, if any, every Interactive Data File required to be submitted and posted pursuant to Rule 405 of Regulation S-T (§232.405 of this chapter) during the preceding 12 months (or for such shorter period that the registrant was required to submit and post such files). Yes ý No o

        Indicate by check mark whether the registrant is a large accelerated filer, an accelerated filer, a non-accelerated filer, or a smaller reporting company. See the definitions of "large accelerated filer," "accelerated filer" and "smaller reporting company" in Rule 12b-2 of the Exchange Act.:

Large accelerated filer ý   Accelerated filer o   Non-accelerated filer o
(Do not check if a smaller reporting company)
  Smaller reporting company o

        Indicate by check mark whether the registrant is a shell company (as defined in Rule 12b-2 of the Exchange Act). Yes o No ý

        Indicate the number of shares outstanding of each of the issuer's classes of common stock as of the latest practicable date:

Common stock outstanding as of June 30, 2009: 5,507,716,974

Available on the Web at www.citigroup.com


CITIGROUP INC.

SECOND QUARTER OF 2009—FORM 10-Q

THE COMPANY

  3
 

Citigroup Segments and Regions

 
4

SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL DATA

 
5

MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS

 
7
 

Management Summary

 
7
 

Events in 2009

 
8

SEGMENT, BUSINESS AND PRODUCT INCOME (LOSS) AND REVENUES

 
15
 

Citigroup Income (Loss)

 
15
 

Citigroup Revenues

 
16

CITICORP

 
17

Regional Consumer Banking

 
18
 

North America Regional Consumer Banking

 
19
 

EMEA Regional Consumer Banking

 
21
 

Latin America Regional Consumer Banking

 
22
 

Asia Regional Consumer Banking

 
23

Institutional Clients Group (ICG)

 
24
 

Securities and Banking

 
25
 

Transaction Services

 
27

CITI HOLDINGS

 
28
 

Brokerage and Asset Management

 
29
 

Local Consumer Lending

 
30
 

Special Asset Pool

 
32

CORPORATE/OTHER

 
33

TARP AND OTHER REGULATORY PROGRAMS

 
34

MANAGING GLOBAL RISK

 
38
 

Details of Credit Loss Experience

 
38
 

Non-Performing Assets

 
39
 

U.S. Subprime-Related Direct Exposure in Citi Holdings

 
41
 

U.S. Exposure to Commercial Real Estate

 
42
 

Direct Exposure to Monolines

 
43
 

Highly Leveraged Financing Transactions

 
44

DERIVATIVES

 
45

Market Risk Management Process

 
49

Operational Risk Management Process

 
51

Country and Cross-Border Risk

 
53

INTEREST REVENUE/EXPENSE AND YIELDS

 
54
 

Average Balances and Interest Rates—Assets

 
55
 

Average Balances and Interest Rates—Liabilities and Equity, and Net Interest Revenue

 
56
 

Analysis of Changes in Interest Revenue

 
60
 

Analysis of Changes in Interest Expense and Net Interest Revenue

 
60

CAPITAL RESOURCES AND LIQUIDITY

 
62
 

Capital Resources

 
62
 

Common Equity

 
65
 

Funding

 
68
 

Liquidity

 
70
 

Off-Balance Sheet Arrangements

 
71

FAIR VALUATION

 
72

CONTROLS AND PROCEDURES

 
72

FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

 
72

TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND NOTES

 
73

CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

 
74

NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

 
80

OTHER INFORMATION

 
179
 

Item 1. Legal Proceedings

 
179
 

Item 1A. Risk Factors

 
181
 

Item 2. Unregistered Sales of Equity Securities and Use of Proceeds

 
182
 

Item 4. Submission of Matters to a Vote of Security Holders

 
183
 

Item 6. Exhibits

 
184
 

Signatures

 
185
 

Exhibit Index

 
186

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THE COMPANY

        Citigroup Inc. (Citigroup and, together with its subsidiaries, the Company, Citi or Citigroup) is a global diversified financial services holding company whose businesses provide a broad range of financial services to consumer and corporate customers. Citigroup has more than 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 100 countries. Citigroup was incorporated in 1988 under the laws of the State of Delaware.

        The Company is a bank holding company within the meaning of the U.S. Bank Holding Company Act of 1956 registered with, and subject to examination by, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (FRB). Citibank, N.A. is a U.S. national bank subject to supervision and examination by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). Some of the Company's other subsidiaries are also subject to supervision and examination by their respective federal and state authorities.

        This Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q should be read in conjunction with Citigroup's 2008 Annual Report on Form 10-K and Citigroup's Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended March 31, 2009. Additional financial, statistical, and business-related information, as well as business and segment trends, are included in a Financial Supplement that was filed as Exhibit 99.2 to the Company's Current Report on Form 8-K, filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on July 17, 2009.

        The principal executive offices of the Company are located at 399 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10043, telephone number 212 559 1000. Additional information about Citigroup is available on the Company's web site at www.citigroup.com. Citigroup's recent annual reports on Form 10-K, quarterly reports on Form 10-Q, current reports on Form 8-K, as well as the Company's other filings with the SEC, are available free of charge through the Company's web site by clicking on the "Investors" page and selecting "All SEC Filings." The SEC web site contains reports, proxy and information statements, and other information regarding the Company at www.sec.gov.

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        Citigroup is managed along the following segment and product lines:

GRAPHIC

        The following are the four regions in which Citigroup operates. The regional results are fully reflected in the segment results.

GRAPHIC


(1)
Asia includes Japan, Latin America includes Mexico, and North America includes U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.

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CITIGROUP INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES

SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL DATA—Page 1

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months Ended    
 
In millions of dollars,
except per share amounts
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
  2009   2008   2009   2008  
Net interest revenue   $ 12,829   $ 13,986     (8 )% $ 25,755   $ 27,074     (5 )%
Non-interest revenue     17,140     3,552     NM     28,735     2,621     NM  
                           
Revenues, net of interest expense   $ 29,969   $ 17,538     71 % $ 54,490   $ 29,695     83 %
Operating expenses     11,999     15,214     (21 )   23,684     30,591     (23 )
Provisions for credit losses and for benefits and claims     12,676     7,100     79     22,983     12,952     77  
                           
Income (Loss) from Continuing Operations before Income Taxes   $ 5,294   $ (4,776 )   NM   $ 7,823   $ (13,848 )   NM  
Income taxes (benefits)     907     (2,447 )   NM     1,742     (6,333 )   NM  
                           
Income (Loss) from Continuing Operations   $ 4,387   $ (2,329 )   NM   $ 6,081   $ (7,515 )   NM  
Income (Loss) from Discontinued Operations, net of taxes     (142 )   (94 )   (51 )%   (259 )   (35 )   NM  
                           
Net Income (Loss) before attribution of Noncontrolling Interests   $ 4,245   $ (2,423 )   NM   $ 5,822   $ (7,550 )   NM  
Net Income (Loss) attributable to Noncontrolling Interests     (34 )   72     NM     (50 )   56     NM  
                           
Citigroup's Net Income (Loss)   $ 4,279   $ (2,495 )   NM   $ 5,872   $ (7,606 )   NM  
                           
Less:                                      
  Preferred dividends—Basic   $ (1,495 ) $ (361 )   NM   $ (2,716 ) $ (444 )   NM  
    Impact of the conversion price reset related to the $12.5 billion convertible preferred stock private issuance—Basic(1)                 (1,285 )        
  Preferred stock Series H discount accretion—Basic     (54 )           (107 )        
                           
Income (loss) available to common stockholders for Basic EPS   $ 2,730   $ (2,856 )   NM   $ 1,764   $ (8,050 )   NM  
                           
Convertible Preferred Stock Dividends     270     270         540     336     61  
                           
Income (loss) available to common stockholders for Diluted EPS   $ 3,000   $ (2,586 )   NM   $ 2,304   $ (7,714 )   NM  
                           
Earnings per share                                      
  Basic(2)                                      
  Income (loss) from continuing operations   $ 0.51   $ (0.53 )   NM   $ 0.36   $ (1.56 )   NM  
  Net income (loss)     0.49     (0.55 )   NM     0.31     (1.57 )   NM  
                           
  Diluted(2)                                      
  Income (loss) from continuing operations   $ 0.51   $ (0.53 )   NM   $ 0.36   $ (1.56 )   NM  
  Net income (loss)     0.49     (0.55 )   NM     0.31     (1.57 )   NM  
                           

[Continued on the following page, including notes to table.]

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL DATA—Page 2

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months Ended    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars   2009   2008   2009   2008  
At June 30:                                      
Total assets   $ 1,848,533   $ 2,100,385     (12 )%                  
Total deposits     804,736     803,642                        
Long-term debt     348,046     417,928     (17 )                  
Mandatorily redeemable securities of subsidiary Trusts (included in Long-term debt)     24,034     23,658     2                    
Common stockholders' equity     78,001     108,981     (28 )                  
Total stockholders' equity   $ 152,302   $ 136,405     12                    
Direct staff (in thousands)     279     363     (23 )                  
                           
Ratios:                                      
Return on common stockholders' equity(3)     14.8 %   (10.4 )%         4.9 %   (14.5 )%      
                           
Tier 1 Common(4)     2.75 %   4.43 %                        
Tier 1 Capital     12.74 %   8.74 %                        
Total Capital     16.62 %   12.29 %                        
Leverage(5)     6.92 %   5.04 %                        
                           
Common stockholders' equity to assets     4.22 %   5.19 %                        
Ratio of earnings to fixed charges and preferred stock dividends     1.40     0.62           1.23     0.52        
                           

(1)
The six months ended June 30, 2009 Income available to common shareholders includes a reduction of $1.285 billion related to a conversion price reset pursuant to Citigroup's prior agreement with the purchasers of $12.5 billion convertible preferred stock issued in a private offering in January 2008. The conversion price was reset from $31.62 per share to $26.35 per share. See "Events in 2009—Public and Private Exchange Offers" below. There was no impact to net income, total stockholders' equity or capital ratios due to the reset. However, the reset resulted in a reclassification from Retained earnings to Additional paid-in capital of $1.285 billion and a reduction in Income available to common shareholders of $1.285 billion.

(2)
The Company adopted Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Staff Position (FSP) Emerging Issues Task Force (EITF) 03-6-1 "Determining Whether Instruments Granted in Share-Based Payment Transactions Are Participating Securities" (Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) 260-10-45 to 65) on January 1, 2009. All prior periods have been restated to conform to the current presentation. The Diluted EPS calculation for the second quarter and six months of 2008 utilize Basic shares and Income available to common shareholders (Basic) due to the negative Income available to common shareholders. Using actual Diluted shares and Income available to common shareholders (Diluted) would result in anti-dilution.

(3)
The return on average common stockholders' equity is calculated using income (loss) available to common stockholders.

(4)
As defined by the banking regulators, the Tier 1 Common ratio represents Tier 1 Capital less perpetual preferred stock, qualifying noncontrolling interests in subsidiaries and qualifying mandatorily redeemable securities of subsidiary trusts divided by risk-weighted assets. Tier 1 Common ratio is a non-GAAP measure. See "Capital Resources and Liquidity" below for additional information on this measure, including a reconciliaton to the most directly comparable GAAP measure.

(5)
The Leverage ratio represents Tier 1 Capital divided by each period's quarterly adjusted average total assets.

NM    Not meaningful

        Certain reclassifications have been made to the prior periods' financial statements to conform to the current period's presentation.

        Certain statements in this Form 10-Q, including, but not limited to, statements made in "Management's Discussion and Analysis," are "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements are based on management's current expectations and are subject to uncertainty and changes in circumstances. Actual results may differ materially from those included in these statements due to a variety of factors including, but not limited to, those described in Citigroup's 2008 Annual Report on Form 10-K under "Risk Factors."

        Within this Form 10-Q, please refer to the indices on pages 2 and 73 for page references to the Management's Discussion and Analysis section and Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements, respectively.

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MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS

SECOND QUARTER OF 2009 MANAGEMENT SUMMARY

        Citigroup reported net income of $4.279 billion, $0.49 per diluted share, for the second quarter of 2009. The results included a $6.7 billion after-tax gain on the sale of Smith Barney. The $0.49 earnings per share reflected preferred stock dividends and the quarterly accretion of the Series H preferred stock discount (the preferred stock issued to the U.S. Treasury as part of TARP in October 2008). See "TARP and Other Regulatory Programs" below.

        Revenues of $30.0 billion increased 71% from year-ago levels due primarily to the Smith Barney gain on sale and positive revenue marks and gains, relative to the prior-year period, in Citi Holdings, partially offset by the impact of foreign exchange translation and declines in Regional Consumer Banking revenues, primarily in Cards. The difficult economic environment continued to have a negative impact on all businesses.

        Net interest revenue declined 8% from the 2008 second quarter, reflecting the Company's smaller balance sheet. Net interest margin in the second quarter of 2009 was 3.24%, up 7 basis points from the second quarter of 2008, reflecting significantly lower cost of funding, largely offset by a decrease in asset yields related to the decrease in the Federal funds rate and the FDIC special assessment of $333 million. Non-interest revenue increased $13.6 billion from a year ago, primarily reflecting the gain on sale of Smith Barney, lower write-downs and gains on exposures in Citi Holdings.

        Operating expenses decreased 21% from the previous year, reflecting benefits from Citi's ongoing re-engineering efforts, expense control, and the impact of foreign exchange translation. Headcount of 279,000 was down 84,000 from June 30, 2008 and 30,000 from March 31, 2009.

        The Company's equity capital base and trust preferred securities were $176.3 billion at June 30, 2009. Citigroup's stockholders' equity increased by $8.4 billion during the second quarter of 2009 to $152.3 billion, primarily reflecting net income less dividend payouts and an improvement in Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income. The Company distributed $1.55 billion in dividends to its preferred stockholders during the quarter. Citigroup had a Tier 1 Capital ratio of 12.74% at June 30, 2009.

        On July 23, 2009 and July 29, 2009, Citigroup closed its exchange offers with the private and public holders, respectively, of preferred stock and trust preferred securities, as applicable ($32.8 billion in aggregate liquidation value). In connection with these exchanges, the U.S. Treasury (UST) also exchanged $25 billion of aggregate liquidation value of its preferred stock, for a total exchange of $57.8 billion. Following an increase in Citigroup's authorized common stock, and the conversion of interim securities to common stock, the UST will own approximately 33.6% of Citigroup's outstanding common stock (not including the exercise of the warrants issued to the UST as part of TARP). See "Events of 2009—Public and Private Exchange Offers" and "TARP and Other Regulatory Programs."

        As a result of the closing of the private and public exchange offers, Citigroup will increase its Tier 1 common by approximately $64 billion from the second quarter of 2009 level of $27 billion to approximately $91 billion. In addition, Citigroup's Tangible Common Equity (TCE), which was $40 billion as of June 30, 2009, will increase by approximately $60 billion to approximately $100 billion. (TCE and Tier 1 Common are non-GAAP financial measures. See "Capital Resources and Liquidity" for additional information on these measures, including a reconciliation to the most directly comparable GAAP measures.)

        During the second quarter of 2009, the Company recorded a net build of $3.9 billion to its credit reserves. The net build consisted of $1.2 billion in Citicorp ($0.6 billion in Regional Consumer Banking and $0.6 billion in ICG) and $2.7 billion in Citi Holdings (almost all in Local Consumer Lending). The consumer loan delinquency rate was 4.24% at June 30, 2009, compared to 3.93% at March 31, 2009 and 2.30% a year ago. Corporate non-accrual loans were $12.4 billion at June 30, 2009, compared to $11.2 billion at March 31, 2009 and $2.2 billion a year-ago. The increase from prior-year levels is primarily attributable to the transfer of non-accrual loans from the held-for-sale portfolio to the held-for-investment portfolio during the fourth quarter of 2008. The allowance for loan losses totaled $35.9 billion at June 30, 2009, a coverage ratio of 5.60% of total loans.

        The Company's effective tax rate was 17.1% in the second quarter of 2009, which includes a tax benefit of $129 million relating to the conclusion of an audit of certain issues in the Company's 2003-2005 U.S. Federal tax audit.

        Total deposits were approximately $804.7 billion at June 30, 2009, up 6% from March 31, 2009 and flat with prior-year levels. At June 30, 2009, the Company has increased its structural liquidity (equity, long-term debt and deposits) as a percentage of assets from 68% at March 31, 2009 to approximately 71% at June 30, 2009. Citigroup has continued its deleveraging, reducing total assets from $2,100 billion a year ago to $1,849 billion at June 30, 2009.

        In July 2009, Citi appointed three new directors to its board. Additionally, the Company recently announced several senior management appointments, including John Gerspach as Chief Financial Officer, replacing Ned Kelly, who was appointed Vice Chairman of Citigroup, and Eugene McQuade as Chief Executive Officer for Citibank, N.A.

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EVENTS IN 2009

        Certain significant events have occurred during the fiscal year to date, including events subsequent to June 30, 2009, that had, or could have, an effect on Citigroup's current and future financial condition, results of operations, liquidity and capital resources. Certain of these events are summarized below and discussed in more detail throughout this MD&A.

PUBLIC AND PRIVATE EXCHANGE OFFERS

Private Exchange Offers

        On July 23, 2009, Citigroup closed its exchange offers with the private holders of $12.5 billion aggregate liquidation value of preferred stock. As previously disclosed, the U.S. Treasury (UST) matched these exchange offers by exchanging $12.5 billion aggregate liquidation value of its preferred stock, for a total closing of $25 billion. The preferred stock held by the private holders and the UST was exchanged for an aggregate of approximately 7,692 shares of interim securities and warrants. The warrants will terminate and the interim securities will automatically convert into Citigroup common stock upon the increase, subject to shareholder approval, in Citigroup's authorized common stock at a ratio of one million shares of common stock for each interim security. Following the authorized share increase, the interim securities issued to the private holders and the UST in this closing will convert into approximately 7.7 billion shares of Citigroup common stock.

        The shareholder approval on the proposed increase in Citigroup's authorized common stock is scheduled to occur on September 2, 2009. In addition, see "Public Exchange Offers" below.

Public Exchange Offers

        On July 29, 2009, Citigroup closed its exchange offers with certain holders of its publicly-held preferred stock and trust preferred securities. Approximately $20.3 billion in aggregate liquidation value of publicly-held preferred stock and trust preferred securities were validly tendered and not withdrawn in the public exchange offers. This represents 99% of the total liquidation value of securities that Citigroup was offering to exchange.

        Upon closing of the public exchange offers, Citi issued approximately 5.8 billion shares of common stock to the public exchange offer participants. In accordance with the instructions given by the participants in the public exchange offers, these shares of common stock are subject to an irrevocable proxy to vote in favor of the proposal to increase Citigroup's authorized common stock, among other matters, which will result in the termination of the warrants and the automatic conversion of the interim securities issued to the UST and the private holders in the private exchange offers into common stock (see "Private Exchange Offers" above).

        In addition, as previously disclosed, on July 30, 2009, the UST matched the public exchange offers by exchanging an additional $12.5 billion aggregate liquidation value of its preferred stock, resulting in Citi's issuing approximately 3,846 additional shares of interim securities to the UST and increasing the number of shares of common stock the UST may acquire upon exercise of the warrant issued to it in connection with the private exchange offers closing. The warrant will terminate and these interim securities will convert into approximately 3.8 billion shares of Citigroup common stock following the authorized share increase.

        In total, approximately $58 billion in aggregate liquidation value of preferred stock and trust preferred securities were exchanged to common stock and interim securities as a result of the completion of the private and public exchange offers and the associated exchange by the UST. Upon the increase in Citigroup's authorized common stock, and the conversion of the interim securities to common stock, the UST will own approximately 33.6% of Citigroup's outstanding common stock, not including the exercise of the warrants issued to the UST as part of TARP and pursuant to the loss-sharing agreement. See "TARP and Other Regulatory Programs" below.

Capital Impact

        As a result of the closing of the private and public exchange offers and the associated exchange by the UST on a proforma basis, Citigroup increased its Tier 1 Common by approximately $64 billion from the second quarter of 2009 level of approximately $27 billion to approximately $91 billion. In addition, Citigroup's tangible common equity (TCE), which was approximately $40 billion as of June 30, 2009, increased by approximately $60 billion to approximately $100 billion on a proforma basis. (TCE and Tier 1 Common are non-GAAP financial measures. See "Capital Resources and Liquidity" below for additional information on these measures, including a reconciliation to the most directly comparable GAAP measures.)

8% Trust Preferred Securities

        On July 30, 2009, all remaining preferred stock of Citigroup held by the UST and FDIC (the UST and FDIC are collectively referred to as the "USG") that was not exchanged into Citigroup common stock in connection with the private or public exchange offers was exchanged into newly issued 8% trust preferred securities. An aggregate liquidation amount of approximately $27.1 billion in trust preferred securities was issued to the USG in exchange for an aggregate of $27.059 billion liquidation value of preferred stock.

Accounting Impact

        The accounting for the exchange offers will result in the de-recognition of preferred stock and the recognition of the common stock issued at fair value in the Common stock and Additional paid-in capital accounts in equity. The difference between the carrying amount of preferred stock and the fair value of the common stock will be recorded in Retained earnings (impacting net income available to common shareholders and EPS) or Additional paid-in capital accounts in equity, depending on whether the preferred stock was originally non-convertible or convertible.

        For USG preferred stock that was converted to 8% trust preferred securities, the newly issued trust preferred securities will be initially recorded at fair value as Long-term debt. The difference between the carrying amount of the preferred stock and the fair value of the trust preferred securities will be

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recorded in Retained earnings after adjusting for appropriate deferred tax liability (impacting net income available to common shareholders and EPS). For trust preferred securities exchanged for common stock, the carrying amount currently recorded as long-term debt will be de-recognized and the common stock issued will be recorded at fair value in the Common Stock and the Additional Paid-in Capital accounts in equity. The difference between the carrying amount of the trust preferred securities and the fair value of the common stock will be recorded in the current earnings of the period in which the transaction will occur.

        The following table presents the impact of the completion of all stages of the exchange offers to Citigroup's common shares outstanding and to its balance sheet:

(in millions of dollars, except incremental number of Citigroup common shares)
  Impact on  
Security   Notional
Amounts
  Converting
Into
  Incremental
Number of
Citigroup
Common
Shares
  Date of
Settlement
  Other
Assets(4)
  Long-
Term
Debt
  Preferred
Stock
  Common
Stock
  Additional
Paid In
Capital
  Income
Statement(3)
  Retained
Earnings(2)
 
 
   
   
  (in millions)
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 

Convertible Preferred Stock held by Private Investors

  $ 12,500   Interim
Securities/
Common
Stock(1)
    3,846     7/23/2009   $       $ (12,500 ) $ 38   $ 21,801   $   $ (9,340 )

Convertible Preferred Stock held by Public Investors

    3,146   Common
Stock
    823     7/29/2009             (3,146 )   8     5,127         (1,990 )

Non-Convertible Preferred Stock held by Public Investors

    11,465   Common
Stock
    3,351     7/29/2009             (11,465 )   34     9,116         2,316  

Trust Preferred Securities held by Public Investors

    5,760   Common
Stock
    1,660     7/29/2009     (622 )*   (6,034 )*       17     4,515     893 *   893 *

USG TARP Preferred Stock matching the Preferred Stock held by Private Investors

    12,500   Interim
Securities/
Common
Stock(1)
    3,846     7/23/2009             (11,924 )   38     10,615         1,270  

USG TARP Preferred Stock matching the Preferred Stock and Trust Preferred Securities held by Public Investors

    12,500   Interim
Securities/
Common
Stock(1)
    3,846     7/30/2009             (11,926 )   38     10,615         1,272  

USG TARP Preferred Stock

    20,000   TruPS         7/30/2009     (2,883 )   12,004     (19,514 )               4,627  

Non-Convertible Preferred Stock held by U.S. Treasury and FDIC related to covered asset guarantee (loss-sharing agreement)

    7,059   TruPS         7/30/2009     (503 )   4,237     (3,530 )               (1,210 )

Total

              17,372         $ (4,008 ) $ 10,207   $ (74,005 ) $ 173   $ 61,789   $ 893   $ (2,162 )

*
Preliminary and subject to change

Note:    Table may not foot due to roundings.

Summary

        The additional estimated $60 billion of TCE is primarily the result of the exchange of approximately $74 billion carrying amount of preferred shares and $6 billion carrying value of trust preferred securities for 17,372 million shares of common stock and approximately $27.1 billion liquidation amount of trust preferred securities (recorded as Long-term Debt at its fair value of $16.2 billion). This resulted in an increase to common stock and APIC of $62 billion and a reduction in Retained earnings of approximately $2 billion, for a total increase in TCE of approximately $60 billion.

        The additional $64 billion of Tier 1 Common includes the impact of the above plus a reduction in the disallowed Deferred tax asset (which increases Tier 1 Common) that arises from the accounting for the transactions. TCE and Tier 1 Common are non-GAAP financial measures. See "Capital Resources and Liquidity" below for additional information on these measures, including a reconciliation to the most directly comparable GAAP measures.

(1)
Upon shareholder approval of the increase in Citigroup's authorized common stock, the interim securities will be automatically converted into common stock (anticipated in early September 2009).

(2)
The Retained earnings impact primarily reflects:

a)
Difference between the carrying value of the preferred stock exchanged versus the fair value of the common stock and trust preferred securities issued.

b)
Value of inducement offer to the convertible preferred stock holders (calculated as the incremental shares received in excess of the original terms multiplied by stock price on the commitment date).

c)
Estimated after-tax gain from extinguishment of debt associated with the trust preferred securities held by public investors.

(3)
Estimated after-tax gain to be reflected in third quarter 2009 earnings of approximately $0.9 billion from the extinguishment of debt associated with the trust preferred securities held by public investors.

(4)
Primarily represents the impact on deferred taxes of the various exchange transactions, which will benefit Tier 1 Common and Tier 1 Capital.

        Earnings per share in the third quarter of 2009 will be impacted by (1) the increase in shares outstanding as a result of the issuance of common shares and interim securities and the timing thereof, (2) the net impact to Retained earnings and income statement resulting from the preferred share and trust preferred securities exchange and (3) dividends on USG preferred shares accrued up to the date of their conversion to interim securities and trust preferred securities.

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TAX BENEFITS PRESERVATION PLAN

        As of June 30, 2009, Citigroup had recognized net deferred tax assets of approximately $42 billion, a portion of which is included in TCE. Citi's ability to utilize its deferred tax assets to offset future taxable income may be significantly limited if Citi experiences an "ownership change", as defined in Section 382 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the "Code"). In general, an ownership change will occur if there is a cumulative change in Citi's ownership by "5% shareholders" (as defined in the Code) that exceeds 50 percentage points over a rolling three-year period. As such, if the Company experiences an ownership change, its TCE may be reduced.

        While the common stock issued pursuant to the private and public exchange offers (described above) did not result in an ownership change under the Code, the common stock issued did increase the cumulative change percentage for Section 382 purposes. On June 9, 2009, the board of directors of Citigroup adopted a tax benefits preservation plan (the "Plan"). The purpose of the Plan is to minimize the likelihood of an ownership change occurring for Section 382 purposes and thus protect Citigroup's ability to utilize certain of its deferred tax assets, such as net operating loss and tax credit carry forwards, to offset future income.

        In connection with the adoption of the Plan, Citigroup's board of directors declared a dividend of one preferred stock purchase right (a "Right") for each outstanding (i) share of common and (ii) 1-millionth of a share of the interim securities. The dividend was paid to holders of record of Citigroup's common stock on June 22, 2009. Shares of Citigroup's common stock and interim securities issued after June 22, 2009 will be issued with the Right attached. The terms and conditions of the Rights are set forth in the Tax Benefits Preservation Plan attached as Exhibit 4.1 to Citigroup's Form 8-K filed with the SEC on June 10, 2009.

THE SUPERVISORY CAPITAL ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

        On May 7, 2009, the USG released the results of its Supervisory Capital Assessment Program (SCAP). The SCAP constituted a comprehensive capital assessment of the 19 largest U.S. financial institutions, including Citi. Based on the results of the USG's assessment under the SCAP, Citi was required to increase its previously announced plan to increase Tier 1 Common by an additional $5.5 billion. See "Events in 2009—Public and Private Exchange Offers" above. In addition, Citi was required to develop and submit a capital plan to the FRB and FDIC. The Company submitted its capital plan to the regulators on June 8, 2009, as required. For additional information on the requirements of the capital plan, as well as other information on SCAP, see the "Events in 2009" section of the Company's Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the period ended March 31, 2009.

LOSS-SHARING AGREEMENT

        On January 15, 2009, Citigroup issued preferred shares to the UST and the FDIC, and a warrant to the UST, in exchange for $301 billion of loss protection on a specified pool of Citigroup assets. The Company is required to absorb the first $39.5 billion of qualifying losses under the agreement, plus 10% of the remaining losses incurred.

        As a result of receipt of principal repayments and charge-offs, the total asset pool has declined by approximately $35 billion from the original $301 billion to approximately $266.4 billion. Approximately $2.5 billion of GAAP losses on the asset pool were recorded in the second quarter of 2009, bringing the GAAP losses to date to approximately $5.3 billion. See "TARP and Other Regulatory Programs—U.S. Government Loss-Sharing Agreement" below.

        The shares of preferred stock issued to the UST and FDIC in consideration for the loss-sharing agreement were subsequently exchanged into newly issued 8% trust preferred securities pursuant to the exchange offers, as described under "Public and Private Exchange Offers" above. For additional information of the warrant issued to the UST as part of this transaction, see "TARP and Other Regulatory Programs" below.

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ITEMS IMPACTING CITICORP—SECURITIES AND BANKING

Citicorp—Securities and Banking Significant Revenue Items and Risk Exposure

 
  Pretax Revenue
Marks
(in millions)
  Risk Exposure
(in billions)
 
 
  Second Quarter 2009   Second Quarter 2008   June 30,
2009
  Mar. 31,
2009
  %
Change
 

Private Equity and equity investments

  $ 11   $ (6 )   1.8   $ 1.7     6 %

Alt-A Mortgages(1)

    99     (48 )   1.2     0.9     33  

Commercial Real Estate (CRE) positions(1)

    (32 )   (65 )   7.0     6.2     13  

CVA on Citi debt liabilities under fair value option

    (1,452 )   (228 )   N/A     N/A      

CVA on derivatives positions, excluding monoline insurers

    597     48     N/A     N/A      
                       

Total significant revenue items

  $ (777 ) $ (299 )                  
                       

(1)
Net of hedges.

Private Equity and Equity Investments

        In the second quarter of 2009, Citicorp recognized pretax gains of approximately $11 million on private equity and equity investments. Citicorp had $1.8 billion in private equity and equity investments securities at June 30, 2009, which increased approximately $85 million from March 31, 2009.

Alt-A Mortgage Securities

        In the second quarter of 2009, Citigroup recorded pretax gains of approximately $99 million, net of hedges, on Alt-A mortgage securities held in Citicorp. For these purposes, Alt-A mortgage securities are non-agency residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) where (i) the underlying collateral has weighted average FICO scores between 680 and 720 or (ii) for instances where FICO scores are greater than 720, RMBS have 30% or less of the underlying collateral composed of full documentation loans.

        Citicorp had $1.2 billion in Alt-A mortgage securities at June 30, 2009, which increased $0.3 billion from March 31, 2009. Of the $1.2 billion, approximately $0.7 billion was classified as Trading account assets and $0.5 billion was classified as available-for-sale investments.

Commercial Real Estate

        Citicorp's commercial real estate (CRE) exposure is split into three categories: assets held at fair value; held to maturity/held for investment; and equity. During the second quarter of 2009, pretax losses of $32 million, net of hedges, were booked on exposures recorded at fair value. Citicorp had $7.0 billion in CRE positions at June 30, 2009, which increased $0.8 billion from March 31, 2009. See "Exposure to Commercial Real Estate" below for a further discussion.

Credit Valuation Adjustment on Citi's Debt Liabilities for Which Citi Has Elected the Fair Value Option

        Under SFAS 157 (ASC 820-10-35-18), the Company is required to use its own credit spreads in determining the current value for its derivative liabilities and all other liabilities for which it has elected the fair value option. When Citi's credit spreads widen (deteriorate), Citi recognizes a gain on these liabilities because the value of the liabilities has decreased. When Citi's credit spreads narrow (improve), Citi recognizes a loss on these liabilities because the value of the liabilities has increased.

        During the second quarter of 2009, Citicorp recorded losses of approximately $1,452 million on its fair value option liabilities (excluding derivative liabilities) principally due to narrowing (improving) of the Company's credit spreads.

Credit Valuation Adjustment on Derivative Positions, excluding Monoline insurers

        During the second quarter of 2009, Citicorp recorded pretax net gain of approximately $597 million on its derivative positions due to the narrowing of the credit default swap spreads of the Company's counterparties on its derivative assets. A majority of the gains were offset by losses due to narrowing in the Company's own credit spreads on the Company's derivative liabilities. See "Derivatives" below for a further discussion.

        See, generally, "Managing Global Risk" below for additional information on the risk exposures discussed above.

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ITEMS IMPACTING CITI HOLDINGS

Citi Holdings Significant Revenue Items and Risk Exposure Predominantly in Special Asset Pool

 
  Pretax Revenue
(in millions)
  Risk Exposure
(in billions)
 
 
  Second Quarter 2009   Second Quarter 2008   June 30,
2009
  Mar. 31,
2009
  %
Change
 

Sub-prime related direct exposures

  $ 613   $ (3,395 ) $ 9.6   $ 10.2     (6 )%

Private Equity and equity investments

    (37 )   183     6.2     6.0     3  

Alt-A Mortgages(1)

    (390 )   (277 )   10.0     11.6     (14 )

Highly leveraged loans and financing commitments(2)

    (237 )   (428 )   8.5     9.5     (11 )

Commercial Real Estate (CRE) positions(1)(3)

    (354 )   (480 )   28.6     29.9     (4 )

Structured Investment Vehicles' (SIVs) Assets

    50     11     16.2     16.2      

Auction Rate Securities (ARS) proprietary positions

        197     8.3     8.5     (2 )

CVA related to exposure to monoline insurers

    157     (2,428 )   N/A     N/A      

CVA on Citi debt liabilities under fair value option

    (156 )       N/A     N/A      

CVA on derivatives positions, excluding monoline insurers

    804     52     N/A     N/A      
                       

Subtotal

  $ 450   $ (6,565 )                  

Accretion on reclassified assets

    501                        
                       

Total significant revenue items

  $ 951   $ (6,565 )                  
                       

(1)
Net of hedges.

(2)
Net of underwriting fees.

(3)
Excludes CRE positions that are included in the SIV portfolio.

Subprime-Related Direct Exposures

        In the second quarter of 2009, Citi Holdings recorded gains of approximately $613 million, net of hedges, on its subprime-related direct exposures. The Company's remaining $9.6 billion in U.S. subprime net direct exposure in Citi Holdings at June 30, 2009 consisted of (i) approximately $8.3 billion of net exposures to the super senior tranches of CDOs, which are collateralized by asset-backed securities, derivatives on asset-backed securities or both, and (ii) approximately $1.4 billion of subprime-related exposures in its lending and structuring business. See "U.S. Subprime-Related Direct Exposures" below for a further discussion of such exposures and the associated marks recorded.

Private Equity and Equity Investments

        In the second quarter of 2009, Citi Holdings recognized pretax losses of approximately $37 million on private equity and equity investments. Citi Holdings had $6.2 billion in private equity and equity investments securities at June 30, 2009, which increased approximately $150 million from March 31, 2009.

Alt-A Mortgage Securities

        In the second quarter of 2009, Citigroup recorded pretax losses of approximately $390 million, net of hedges, on Alt-A mortgage securities held in Citi Holdings. For these purposes, Alt-A mortgage securities are non-agency residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) where (i) the underlying collateral has weighted average FICO scores between 680 and 720 or (ii) for instances where FICO scores are greater than 720, RMBS have 30% or less of the underlying collateral composed of full documentation loans.

        Citi Holdings had $10.0 billion in Alt-A mortgage securities at June 30 2009, which decreased $1.6 billion from March 31, 2009. Of the $10.0 billion, approximately $0.4 billion was classified as Trading account assets, on which $29 million of fair value losses, net of hedging, was recorded in earnings, $0.1 billion was classified as available-for-sale (AFS) investments, and $9.5 billion was classified as held-to-maturity (HTM) investments. HTM securities decreased $1.1 billion from March 31, 2009, due to principal pay-downs and impairments recognized during the quarter.

Highly Leveraged Loans and Financing Commitments

        The Company recorded pretax losses of approximately $237 million on funded and unfunded highly leveraged finance exposures in the second quarter of 2009. Citigroup's exposure to highly leveraged financings totaled $8.5 billion at June 30, 2009 (approximately $8.1 billion in funded and $0.4 billion in unfunded commitments), reflecting a decrease of approximately $1.0 billion from March 31, 2009. See "Highly Leveraged Financing Transactions" below for a further discussion.

Commercial Real Estate

        Citi Holdings' commercial real estate (CRE) exposure is split into three categories: assets held at fair value; held to maturity/held for investment; and equity. During the second quarter of 2009, pretax losses of $213 million, net of hedges, were booked on exposures recorded at fair value, $135 million of losses were booked on equity method investments, and $6 million of impairments were booked on HTM positions. Citi Holdings had $28.6 billion in CRE positions at June 30, 2009, which decreased $1.3 billion from March 31, 2009. See "Exposure to Commercial Real Estate" below for a further discussion.

Monoline Insurers Credit Valuation Adjustment

        During the second quarter of 2009, Citi Holdings recorded a pretax gain on credit value adjustments (CVA) of approximately $157 million on its exposure to monoline insurers. CVA is calculated by applying forward default

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probabilities, which are derived using the counterparty's current credit spread, to the expected exposure profile. The exposure primarily relates to hedges on super senior subprime exposures that were executed with various monoline insurance companies. See "Direct Exposure to Monolines" below for a further discussion.

Credit Valuation Adjustment on Citi's Debt Liabilities for Which Citi Has Elected the Fair Value Option

        Under SFAS 157 (ASC 820-10-35-18), the Company is required to use its own credit spreads in determining the current value for its derivative liabilities and all other liabilities for which it has elected the fair value option. When Citi's credit spreads widen (deteriorate), Citi recognizes a gain on these liabilities because the value of the liabilities has decreased. When Citi's credit spreads narrow (improve), Citi recognizes a loss on these liabilities because the value of the liabilities has increased.

        During the second quarter of 2009, Citi Holdings recorded a loss of approximately $156 million on its fair value option liabilities (excluding derivative liabilities) due to the narrowing of the Company's credit spreads.

Credit Valuation Adjustment on Derivative Positions, excluding Monoline insurers

        During the second quarter of 2009, Citi Holdings recorded a net gain of approximately $804 million on its derivative positions primarily due to the narrowing of the credit default swap spreads of the Company's counterparties on its derivative assets. See "Derivatives" below for a further discussion.

Accretion on Reclassified Assets

        In the fourth quarter of 2008, the Company reclassified $33.3 billion of debt securities from trading securities to HTM investments, $4.7 billion of debt securities from trading securities to AFS, and $15.7 billion of loans from held-for-sale to held-for-investment. All assets were reclassified with an amortized cost equal to the fair value on the date of reclassification. The difference between the amortized cost basis and the expected principal cash flows is treated as a purchase discount and accreted into income over the remaining life of the security or loan. In the second quarter of 2009, the Company recognized approximately $501 million of interest revenue from this accretion.

        See, generally, "Managing Global Risk" below for additional information on the risk exposures discussed above.

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DIVESTITURES

Joint Venture with Morgan Stanley

        Pursuant to a previously disclosed agreement, on June 1, 2009, Citi and Morgan Stanley established a joint venture (JV) that combines the Global Wealth Management platform of Morgan Stanley with Citi's Smith Barney, Quilter and Australia private client networks. Citi sold 100% of these businesses to Morgan Stanley in exchange for a 49% stake in the JV and an upfront cash payment of $2.75 billion. The Brokerage and Asset Management business recorded a pretax gain of approximately $11.1 billion ($6.7 billion after-tax) on this sale. Both Morgan Stanley and Citi will access the JV for retail distribution and each firm's institutional businesses will continue to execute order flow from the JV.

        In addition, as previously disclosed, on August 1, 2009, Citi sold its managed futures business to the Morgan Stanley Smith Barney JV. This sale will result in an after-tax gain of approximately $160 million in the third quarter of 2009 and will not impact Citi's 49% ownership stake in the JV.

Sale of Nikko Cordial Securities

        On May 1, 2009, Citigroup entered into a definitive agreement to sell its Japanese domestic securities business, conducted principally through Nikko Cordial Securities Inc., to Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation in a transaction with a total cash value to Citi of approximately $7.9 billion (¥774.5 billion). Citi's ownership interests in Nikko Citigroup Limited, Nikko Asset Management Co., Ltd., and Nikko Principal Investments Japan Ltd. were not included in the transaction. Citi expects to recognize an immaterial after-tax gain on the transaction when the transaction closes. The transaction is expected to close by the end of the fourth quarter of 2009, subject to regulatory approvals and customary closing conditions. The results of Nikko Cordial are reflected as Discontinued Operations in the Company's Consolidated Financial Statements.

Sale of NikkoCiti Trust

        On July 1, 2009, Citigroup entered into a definitive agreement to sell all of the shares of NikkoCiti Trust and Banking Corporation (NCT) to Nomura Trust & Banking Co., Ltd. for an all cash consideration of $197 million, subject to certain closing purchase price adjustments. The sale is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2009, subject to regulatory approvals and customary closing conditions.

OTHER ITEMS

Income Taxes

        The Company's effective tax rate on continuing operations was 17.1% in the second quarter of 2009 versus 51.2% in the prior-year period. The current quarter includes a tax benefit of $129 million in continuing operations (plus $34 million in discontinued operations) relating to the conclusion of an audit of various issues in the Company's 2003-2005 U.S. federal tax audit. The Company expects to conclude the audit of its U.S. federal consolidated income tax returns for the years 2003-2005 within the next 12 months. The gross uncertain tax position at June 30, 2009 for the items expected to be resolved is approximately $85 million plus gross interest of approximately $8 million. The potential net tax benefit to continuing operations could be approximately $90 million. This is in addition to the $110 million and $163 million benefits booked in the first and second quarters of 2009, respectively, for issues already resolved.

        The Company's net deferred tax asset of $41.6 billion at June 30, 2009 decreased by approximately $2.9 billion from December 31, 2008. The principal items reducing the deferred tax asset were approximately $1.4 billion due to an increase in other comprehensive income and approximately $1.2 billion in compensation tax benefits under SFAS 123(R)(ASC 718-740) which reduced additional paid-in capital in 2009. Although realization is not assured, the Company believes that the realization of the recognized net deferred tax asset at June 30, 2009 is more likely than not based upon expectations of future taxable income in the jurisdictions in which it operates and available tax planning strategies.

SUBSEQUENT EVENTS

Public and Private Exchange Offers

        On July 23, 2009 and July 29, 2009, Citigroup closed its exchange offers with the private and public holders of preferred stock and trust preferred securities, as applicable ($32.8 billion in aggregate liquidation value). In connection with these exchanges, the U.S. Treasury also exchanged $25 billion of aggregate liquidation value of its preferred stock, for a total exchange of $57.8 billion. See "Events in 2009—Public and Private Exchange Offers" above.

Sale of Nikko Asset Management

        On July 30, 2009, Citigroup entered into a definitive agreement to sell its entire ownership interest in Nikko Asset Management to The Sumitomo Trust and Banking Co., Ltd. for an all-cash consideration of approximately $795 million (¥75.6 billion). The sale is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2009, subject to regulatory approvals and customary closing conditions, and is not expected to have a material impact on Citi's net income.

        As required by SFAS 165, Subsequent Events, the Company has evaluated subsequent events through August 7, 2009, which is the date its Consolidated Financial Statements were issued.

ACCOUNTING CHANGES AND FUTURE APPLICATION OF ACCOUNTING STANDARDS

        See Note 1 to the Consolidated Financial Statements for a discussion of "Accounting Changes" and "Future Application of Accounting Standards."

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SEGMENT, BUSINESS AND PRODUCT INCOME (LOSS) AND REVENUES

        The following tables show the income (loss) and revenues for Citigroup on a segment, business and product view:

Citigroup Income (Loss)

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars   2009   2008   2009   2008  

Income from Continuing Operations

                                     

CITICORP

                                     

Regional Consumer Banking

                                     
 

North America

  $ (15 ) $ 169     NM   $ 182   $ 514     (65 )%
 

EMEA

    (110 )   37     NM     (143 )   56     NM  
 

Latin America

    70     334     (79 )%   239     765     (69 )
 

Asia

    272     451     (40 )   523     987     (47 )
                           
   

Total

  $ 217   $ 991     (78 )% $ 801   $ 2,322     (66 )%
                           

Securities and Banking

                                     
 

North America

  $ 3   $ 646     (100 )% $ 2,570   $ 2,028     27 %
 

EMEA

    746     376     98     2,918     572     NM  
 

Latin America

    522     325     61     921     626     47  
 

Asia

    596     306     95     1,652     933     77  
                           
   

Total

  $ 1,867   $ 1,653     13 % $ 8,061   $ 4,159     94 %
                           

Transaction Services

                                     
 

North America

  $ 181   $ 61     NM   $ 319   $ 149     NM  
 

EMEA

    350     299     17 %   676     577     17 %
 

Latin America

    150     151     (1 )   310     292     6  
 

Asia

    293     278     5     573     582     (2 )
                           
   

Total

  $ 974   $ 789     23 % $ 1,878   $ 1,600     17 %
                           
 

Institutional Clients Group

  $ 2,841   $ 2,442     16 % $ 9,939   $ 5,759     73 %
                           
   

Total Citicorp

  $ 3,058   $ 3,433     (11 )% $ 10,740   $ 8,081     33 %
                           

CITI HOLDINGS

                                     

Brokerage and Asset Management

  $ 6,814   $ 267     NM   $ 6,872   $ 153     NM  

Local Consumer Lending

    (4,193 )   (1,206 )   NM     (5,612 )   (1,081 )   NM  

Special Asset Pool

    (1,262 )   (4,286 )   71 %   (5,237 )   (13,447 )   61 %
                           
   

Total Citi Holdings

  $ 1,359   $ (5,225 )   NM   $ (3,977 ) $ (14,375 )   72 %
                           

Corporate/Other

  $ (30 ) $ (537 )   94 % $ (682 ) $ (1,221 )   44 %
                           

Income (Loss) from Continuing Operations

  $ 4,387   $ (2,329 )   NM   $ 6,081   $ (7,515 )   NM  
                           

Discontinued Operations

  $ (142 ) $ (94 )       $ (259 ) $ (35 )      

Net Income (Loss) attributable to Noncontrolling Interests

  $ (34 ) $ 72         $ (50 ) $ 56        
                           

Citigroup's Net Income (Loss)

  $ 4,279   $ (2,495 )   NM   $ 5,872   $ (7,606 )   NM  
                           

NM    Not meaningful

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Citigroup Revenues

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars   2009   2008   2009   2008  

CITICORP

                                     

Regional Consumer Banking

                                     
 

North America

  $ 1,761   $ 2,111     (17 )% $ 3,850   $ 4,445     (13 )%
 

EMEA

    394     508     (22 )   754     969     (22 )
 

Latin America

    1,819     2,371     (23 )   3,610     4,606     (22 )
 

Asia

    1,631     1,891     (14 )   3,162     3,835     (18 )
                           
   

Total

  $ 5,605   $ 6,881     (19 )% $ 11,376   $ 13,855     (18 )%
                           

Securities and Banking

                                     
 

North America

  $ 1,898   $ 3,507     (46 )% $ 7,142   $ 7,099     1 %
 

EMEA

    2,555     1,970     30     6,776     3,703     83  
 

Latin America

    1,046     722     45     1,844     1,403     31  
 

Asia

    1,373     1,207     14     3,534     2,919     21  
                           
   

Total

  $ 6,872   $ 7,406     (7 )% $ 19,296   $ 15,124     28 %
                           

Transaction Services

                                     
 

North America

  $ 656   $ 511     28 % $ 1,245   $ 1,017     22 %
 

EMEA

    860     947     (9 )   1,704     1,831     (7 )
 

Latin America

    340     374     (9 )   683     714     (4 )
 

Asia

    627     647     (3 )   1,225     1,334     (8 )
                           
   

Total

  $ 2,483   $ 2,479       $ 4,857   $ 4,896     (1 )%
                           
 

Institutional Clients Group

  $ 9,355   $ 9,885     (5 )% $ 24,153   $ 20,020     21 %
                           
   

Total Citicorp

  $ 14,960   $ 16,766     (11 )% $ 35,529   $ 33,875     5 %
                           

CITI HOLDINGS

                                     

Brokerage and Asset Management

  $ 12,339   $ 2,467     NM   $ 14,040   $ 4,857     NM  

Local Consumer Lending

    3,930     6,224     (37 )%   10,383     13,724     (24 )%

Special Asset Pool

    (519 )   (6,612 )   92 %   (5,221 )   (21,020 )   75 %
                           
   

Total Citi Holdings

  $ 15,750   $ 2,079     NM   $ 19,202   $ (2,439 )   NM  
                           

Corporate/Other

  $ (741 ) $ (1,307 )   43 % $ (241 ) $ (1,741 )   86 %
                           
   

Total Net Revenues

  $ 29,969   $ 17,538     71 % $ 54,490   $ 29,695     83 %
                           

NM    Not meaningful

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CITICORP

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars   2009   2008   2009   2008  
 

Net interest revenue

  $ 8,445   $ 8,634     (2 )% $ 16,632   $ 16,664      
 

Non-interest revenue

    6,515     8,132     (20 )   18,897     17,211     10 %
                           

Total Revenues, net of interest expense

  $ 14,960   $ 16,766     (11 )% $ 35,529   $ 33,875     5 %
                           

Provision for credit losses and for benefits and claims

                                     
 

Net credit losses

  $ 1,560   $ 1,289     21 % $ 2,797   $ 2,218     26 %
 

Credit reserve build/ (release)

    1,165     573     NM     2,105     1,047     NM  
                           
 

Provision for loan losses

  $ 2,725   $ 1,862     46 % $ 4,902   $ 3,265     50 %
 

Provision for benefits & claims

    15     2     NM     27     3     NM  
 

Provision for unfunded lending commitments

    83     (75 )   NM     115     (75 )   NM  
                           
   

Total provision for credit losses and for benefits and claims

  $ 2,823   $ 1,789     58 % $ 5,044   $ 3,193     58 %
                           

Total operating expenses

  $ 7,849   $ 9,900     (21 )% $ 15,046   $ 19,226     (22 )%
                           

Income from continuing operations before taxes

  $ 4,288   $ 5,077     (16 )% $ 15,439   $ 11,456     35 %

Provision for income taxes

    1,230     1,644     (25 )   4,699     3,375     39  
                           

Income from continuing operations

  $ 3,058   $ 3,433     (11 )% $ 10,740   $ 8,081     33 %

Net income (loss) attributable to noncontrolling interests

    3     21     (86 )       34     (100 )
                           

Citicorp's net income

  $ 3,055   $ 3,412     (10 )% $ 10,740   $ 8,047     33 %
                           

Balance Sheet Data (in billions)

                                     

Total EOP assets

  $ 985   $ 1,160     (15 )%                  

Average assets

  $ 1,000   $ 1,307     (23 )% $ 1,019   $ 1,343     (24 )%

Total EOP deposits

  $ 702   $ 681     3 %                  
                           

NM    Not meaningful

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REGIONAL CONSUMER BANKING

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars   2009   2008   2009   2008  

Net interest revenue

  $ 3,903   $ 4,220     (8 )% $ 7,516   $ 8,205     (8 )%

Non-interest revenue

    1,702     2,661     (36 )   3,860     5,650     (32 )
                           

Total Revenues, net of interest expense

  $ 5,605   $ 6,881     (19 )% $ 11,376   $ 13,855     (18 )%
                           

Total operating expenses

  $ 3,491   $ 4,194     (17 )% $ 6,797   $ 7,976     (15 )%
                           
   

Net credit losses

  $ 1,392   $ 981     42 % $ 2,552   $ 1,844     38 %
   

Credit reserve build/ (release)

    592     382     55     1,256     832     51  
   

Provision for benefits & claims

    15     2     NM     27     3     NM  
                           

Provision for loan losses and for benefits and claims

  $ 1,999   $ 1,365     46 % $ 3,835   $ 2,679     43 %
                           

Income from continuing operations before taxes

  $ 115   $ 1,322     (91 )% $ 744   $ 3,200     (77 )%

Income taxes (benefits)

    (102 )   331     NM     (57 )   878     NM  
                           

Income from continuing operations

  $ 217   $ 991     (78 )% $ 801   $ 2,322     (66 )%

Net income (loss) attributable to noncontrolling interests

        4     (100 )       5     (100 )
                           

Net income

  $ 217   $ 987     (78 )% $ 801   $ 2,317     (65 )%
                           

Average assets (in billions of dollars)

  $ 191   $ 230     (17 )% $ 187   $ 227     (18 )%

Return on assets

    0.46 %   1.73 %         0.86 %   2.05 %      

Average deposits (in billions of dollars)

  $ 268   $ 272     (1 )%                  
                           

Net credit losses as a % of average loans

    4.78 %   2.99 %                        
                           

Revenue by business

                                     
 

Retail Banking

  $ 3,193   $ 3,577     (11 )% $ 6,148   $ 7,028     (13 )%
 

Citi-Branded Cards

    2,412     3,304     (27 )   5,228     6,827     (23 )
                           
     

Total revenues

  $ 5,605   $ 6,881     (19 )% $ 11,376   $ 13,855     (18 )%
                           

Income (loss) from continuing operations by business

                                     
 

Retail Banking

  $ 428   $ 563     (24 )% $ 871   $ 1,263     (31 )%
 

Citi-Branded Cards

    (211 )   428     NM     (70 )   1,059     NM  
                           
     

Total

  $ 217   $ 991     (78 )% $ 801   $ 2,322     (66 )%
                           

NM    Not meaningful

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NORTH AMERICA REGIONAL CONSUMER BANKING

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars   2009   2008   2009   2008  

Net interest revenue

  $ 1,150   $ 887     30 % $ 2,170   $ 1,695     28 %

Non-interest revenue

    611     1,224     (50 )   1,680     2,750     (39 )
                           

Total Revenues, net of interest expense

  $ 1,761   $ 2,111     (17 )% $ 3,850   $ 4,445     (13 )%
                           

Total operating expenses

    1,337   $ 1,590     (16 )% $ 2,692   $ 3,063     (12 )%
                           
 

Net credit losses

  $ 305   $ 136     NM   $ 563   $ 281     100 %
 

Credit reserve build/(release)

    130     126     3 %   372     295     26  
 

Provision for benefits and claims

    15     2     NM     27     2     NM  
                           

Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims

  $ 450   $ 264     70 % $ 962   $ 578     66 %
                           

Income (loss) from continuing operations before taxes

  $ (26 ) $ 257     NM   $ 196   $ 804     (76 )%

Income taxes (benefits)

    (11 )   88     NM     14     290     (95 )
                           

Income (loss) from continuing operations

  $ (15 ) $ 169     NM   $ 182   $ 514     (65 )%

Net income (loss) attributable to noncontrolling interests

                         
                           

Net income (loss)

  $ (15 ) $ 169     NM   $ 182   $ 514     (65 )%
                           

Average assets (in billions of dollars)

  $ 33   $ 38     (13 )% $ 33   $ 39     (15 )%

Return on assets

    (0.18 )%   1.79 %         1.11 %   2.65 %      

Average deposits (in billions of dollars)

  $ 136   $ 122     11 %                  
                           

Net credit losses as a % of average loans

    6.51 %   3.42 %                        
                           

Revenue by business

                                     
 

Retail banking

  $ 955   $ 952       $ 1,837   $ 1,802     2 %
 

Citi-branded cards

    806     1,159     (30 )%   2,013     2,643     (24 )
                           
   

Total

  $ 1,761   $ 2,111     (17 )% $ 3,850   $ 4,445     (13 )%
                           

Income (loss) from continuing operations by business

                                     
 

Retail banking

  $ 88   $ 60     47 % $ 169   $ 62     NM  
 

Citi-branded cards

    (103 )   109     NM     13     452     (97 )%
                           
   

Total

  $ (15 ) $ 169     NM   $ 182   $ 514     (65 )%
                           

NM    Not meaningful

2Q09 vs. 2Q08

        Revenues, net of interest expense declined 17%, primarily reflecting higher credit losses flowing through the credit card securitization trusts. Net interest revenue was up 30% driven by higher net interest margin in cards as a result of higher interest revenue from pricing actions and lower funding costs, and by the impact of higher deposit and loan volumes in retail banking. Average deposits were 11% higher than the prior year, driven by growth in consumer CDs and commercial deposits. Non-interest revenue declined 50%, primarily driven by higher credit losses flowing through the securitization trusts partially offset by other securitization revenue, and by the absence of a prior-year $170 million gain on a cards portfolio sale.

        Operating expenses declined 16%, reflecting the benefits from re-engineering efforts, lower marketing costs, and the absence of a $55 million repositioning charge in the second quarter of 2008.

        Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims increased 70% primarily due to rising net credit losses in both cards and retail banking. The $130 million loan loss reserve build in the second quarter reflected the continued weakness in consumer credit. The cards net credit loss ratio increased 400 basis points to 7.51%, while the retail banking net credit loss ratio increased 174 basis points to 4.85%.

2Q09 YTD vs. 2Q08 YTD

        Revenues, net of interest expense declined 13%, primarily reflecting higher credit losses flowing through the credit card securitization trusts. Net interest revenue was up 28% driven by the impact of pricing actions and lower funding costs in cards, and by higher deposit and loan volumes in retail banking, with average deposits up 8% from the prior-year period. Non-interest revenue declined 39%, driven by higher credit losses flowing through the securitization trusts partially offset by other securitization revenue, and by the absence of a $349 million gain on the sale of Visa shares and a $170 million gain on a cards portfolio sale in the prior-year period.

        Operating expenses declined 12%, reflecting the benefits from re-engineering efforts, lower marketing costs, and the absence of $120 million of repositioning charges in the prior-year period, which were partially offset by the absence of a prior-year $159 million Visa litigation reserve release.

        Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims increased 66% primarily due to rising net credit losses in both cards and retail banking. Continued weakness in consumer credit and trends in the macro-economic environment,

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including rising unemployment and higher bankruptcy filings, drove higher credit costs. The cards net credit loss ratio increased 330 basis points to 6.61%, while the retail banking net credit loss ratio increased 39 basis points to 4.06%.

Recent Legislative Actions

The Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009

        On May 22, 2009, The Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009 (CARD Act) was enacted into law. The CARD Act will affect various credit card practices of card issuers, including Citigroup, such as marketing, underwriting, pricing, billing and disclosure requirements, thus reshaping the way consumers have access to and use their credit cards. Many of the provisions in the CARD Act will take effect in February 2010, although some take effect earlier in August 2009 and some later in August 2010.

        Among other things, the CARD Act:

        Certain provisions of the CARD Act are consistent with Citigroup's existing practices and will not require any changes or modifications. Other provisions, however, such as those that restrict the ability of an issuer to increase APRs on outstanding balances or that establish standards for penalty fees and payment allocation will require Citigroup to make fundamental changes to its credit card business model. The impact of the CARD Act on Citigroup's credit businesses is not fully known at this time. Such impact will ultimately depend upon the successful implementation of changes to Citigroup's business model and the continued regulatory interpretations of the CARD Act, among other considerations.

Mortgage Modification Programs

        See "Citi Holdings—Local Consumer Lending" below for a description of the Obama administration's Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and Citigroup's mortgage modification programs generally.

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EMEA REGIONAL CONSUMER BANKING

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars   2009   2008   2009   2008  

Net interest revenue

  $ 243   $ 335     (27 )% $ 467   $ 634     (26 )%

Non-interest revenue

    151     173     (13 )   287     335     (14 )
                           

Total Revenues, net of interest expense

  $ 394   $ 508     (22 )% $ 754   $ 969     (22 )%
                           

Total operating expenses

  $ 282   $ 395     (29 )% $ 538   $ 770     (30 )%
                           
 

Net credit losses

  $ 121   $ 48     NM   $ 210   $ 95     NM  
 

Credit reserve build/(release)

    158     15     NM     230     31     NM  
                           

Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims

  $ 279   $ 63     NM   $ 440   $ 126     NM  
                           

Income (loss) from continuing operations before taxes

  $ (167 ) $ 50     NM   $ (224 ) $ 73     NM  

Income taxes (benefits)

    (57 )   13     NM     (81 )   17     NM  
                           

Income (loss) from continuing operations

  $ (110 ) $ 37     NM   $ (143 ) $ 56     NM  

Net income (loss) attributable to noncontrolling interests

        4     (100 )%       6     (100 )%
                           

Net income (loss)

  $ (110 ) $ 33     NM   $ (143 ) $ 50     NM  
                           

Average assets (in billions of dollars)

  $ 11   $ 14     (21 )% $ 11   $ 14     (21 )%

Return on assets

    (4.01 )%   0.95 %         (2.62 )%   0.72 %      

Average deposits (in billions of dollars)

  $ 9   $ 12     (25 )%                  
                           

Net credit losses as a % of average loans

    5.78 %   1.91 %                        
                           

Revenue by business

                                     
 

Retail banking

  $ 234   $ 325     (28 )% $ 439   $ 621     (29 )%
 

Citi-branded cards

    160     183     (13 )   315     348     (9 )
                           
   

Total

  $ 394   $ 508     (22 )% $ 754   $ 969     (22 )%
                           

Income (loss) from continuing operations by business

                                     
 

Retail banking

  $ (76 ) $ 6     NM   $ (117 ) $ (2 )   NM  
 

Citi-branded cards

    (34 )   31     NM     (26 )   58     NM  
                           
   

Total

  $ (110 ) $ 37     NM   $ (143 ) $ 56     NM  
                           

NM    Not meaningful

2Q09 vs. 2Q08

        Revenues, net of interest expense, declined 22%. More than half of the revenue decline is attributable to changes in foreign currency translation (generally referred to throughout this report as "FX translation"). Other drivers included lower wealth management and lending revenues due to lower volumes and spread compression. Investment sales and assets under management declined by 38% and 32%, respectively. Net interest revenue was 27% lower than the prior-year period with average loans for retail banking down 22% as a result of a lower risk profile, branch closures, and the impact of FX translation. Average deposits were down 25%, primarily due to FX translation. Retail banking net interest margin declined from 11.0% to 9.8%. Non-interest revenue declined 13%, primarily due to the impact of FX translation.

        Operating expenses declined 29%, reflecting expense control actions, lower marketing expenditure, and the impact of FX translation. Cost savings were achieved by branch closures, headcount reductions and re-engineering efforts.

        Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims increased $216 million, to $279 million in the second quarter of 2009. Net credit losses increased from $48 million to $121 million, while the loan loss reserve build increased from $15 million to $158 million. Higher credit costs reflected continued credit deterioration, particularly in UAE, Turkey, Poland and Russia.

2Q09 YTD vs. 2Q08 YTD

        Revenues, net of interest expense, declined 22%. Over half of the revenue decline is attributable to the impact of FX translation. Other drivers included lower wealth management and lending revenues due to lower volumes and spread compression. Investment sales and assets under management declined by 47% and 32%, respectively. Net interest revenue was 26% lower than the prior year with average loans for retail banking down 21%, average deposits down 25%, and net interest margin decreasing as well. Non-interest revenue declined 14%, primarily due to the impact of FX translation.

        Operating expenses declined 30%, reflecting expense control actions, lower marketing spend, and the impact of FX translation. Cost savings were achieved by branch closures, headcount reductions and re-engineering efforts.

        Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims increased $314 million, to $440 million for during the first six months of 2009. Net credit losses increased from $95 million to $210 million, while the loan loss reserve build increased from $31 million to $230 million. Higher credit costs reflected continued credit deterioration across the region.

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LATIN AMERICA REGIONAL CONSUMER BANKING

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars   2009   2008   2009   2008  

Net interest revenue

  $ 1,350   $ 1,741     (22 )% $ 2,601   $ 3,377     (23 )%

Non-interest revenue

    469     630     (26 )   1,009     1,229     (18 )
                           

Total Revenues, net of interest expense

  $ 1,819   $ 2,371     (23 )% $ 3,610   $ 4,606     (22 )%
                           

Total operating expenses

  $ 1,039   $ 1,238     (16 )% $ 1,950   $ 2,183     (11 )%
                           
 

Net credit losses

  $ 612   $ 555     10 % $ 1,153   $ 1,021     13 %
 

Credit reserve build/(release)

    154     157     (2 )   320     394     (19 )
 

Provision for benefits and claims

                    1     (100 )
                           

Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims

  $ 766   $ 712     8 % $ 1,473   $ 1,416     4 %
                           

Income from continuing operations before taxes

  $ 14   $ 421     (97 )% $ 187   $ 1,007     (81 )%

Income taxes (benefits)

    (56 )   87     NM     (52 )   242     NM  
                           

Income from continuing operations

  $ 70   $ 334     (79 )% $ 239   $ 765     (69 )%

Net income (loss) attributable to noncontrolling interests

                         
                           

Net income

  $ 70   $ 334     (79 )% $ 239   $ 765     (69 )%
                           

Average assets (in billions of dollars)

  $ 61   $ 80     (24 )% $ 59   $ 77     (23 )%

Return on assets

    0.46 %   1.68 %         0.82 %   2.00 %      

Average deposits (in billions of dollars)

  $ 36   $ 42     (14 )%                  
                           

Net credit losses as a % of average loans

    8.83 %   6.91 %                        
                           

Revenue by business

                                     
 

Retail banking

  $ 981   $ 1,060     (7 )% $ 1,874   $ 2,113     (11 )%
 

Citi-branded cards

    838     1,311     (36 )   1,736     2,493     (30 )
                           
   

Total

  $ 1,819   $ 2,371     (23 )% $ 3,610   $ 4,606     (22 )%
                           

Income (loss) from continuing operations by business

                                     
 

Retail banking

  $ 150   $ 149     1 % $ 330   $ 461     (28 )%
 

Citi-branded cards

    (80 )   185     NM     (91 )   304     NM  
                           
   

Total

  $ 70   $ 334     (79 )% $ 239   $ 765     (69 )%
                           

NM    Not meaningful

2Q09 vs. 2Q08

        Revenues, net of interest expense, declined 23%, mainly due to the impact of FX translation, lower cards receivables and spread compression, partially offset by higher business volumes in retail banking. Net interest revenue was 22% lower than the prior year caused by the decrease in cards receivables as well as lower spreads resulting from a lower risk profile, partially offset by higher business volumes in retail banking. Average deposits were down 14%, due primarily to the impact of FX translation. Non-interest revenue declined 26%, primarily due to the decline in cards fees as well as the impact of FX translation.

        Operating expenses declined 16%, reflecting the benefits from re-engineering efforts and the impact of FX translation.

        Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims increased 8% as a result of continued losses, especially in the cards business, which were partially offset by the impact of FX translation. Cards net credit loss rates increased from 11.4% to 16.2%. Rising losses were particularly apparent in the Mexico cards portfolio.

2Q09 YTD vs. 2Q08 YTD

        Revenues, net of interest expense, declined 22% driven by the impact of FX translation, lower volumes and spread compression in the cards business. Net interest revenue was 23% lower than the prior year with average credit cards loans down 23%, and net interest margin decreasing as well due to the cards spread compression impact. Non-interest revenue declined 18%, primarily due to the decline in cards fees as well as the impact of FX translation.

        Operating expenses declined 11%, reflecting the benefits from re-engineering efforts and the impact of FX translation. The prior-year period also included a $257 million expense benefit related to a legal vehicle restructuring in Mexico.

        Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims increased 4% as result of deteriorating credit conditions, especially in the cards business, which were partially offset by the impact of FX translation. Cards net credit loss rates increased from 10.9% to 16.1%. Credit deterioration was particularly apparent in the Mexico cards portfolio.

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ASIA REGIONAL CONSUMER BANKING

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars   2009   2008   2009   2008  

Net interest revenue

  $ 1,160   $ 1,257     (8 )% $ 2,278   $ 2,499     (9 )%

Non-interest revenue

    471     634     (26 )   884     1,336     (34 )
                           

Total Revenues, net of interest expense

  $ 1,631   $ 1,891     (14 )% $ 3,162   $ 3,835     (18 )%
                           

Total operating expenses

  $ 833   $ 971     (14 )% $ 1,617   $ 1,960     (18 )%
                           
 

Net credit losses

  $ 354   $ 242     46 % $ 626   $ 447     40 %
 

Credit reserve build/(release)

    150     84     79     334     112     NM  
                           

Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims

  $ 504   $ 326     55 % $ 960   $ 559     72 %
                           

Income from continuing operations before taxes

  $ 294   $ 594     (51 )% $ 585   $ 1,316     (56 )%

Income taxes (benefits)

    22     143     (85 )   62     329     (81 )
                           

Income from continuing operations

  $ 272   $ 451     (40 )% $ 523   $ 987     (47 )%

Net income (loss) attributable to noncontrolling interests

                    (1 )   100  
                           

Net income

  $ 272   $ 451     (40 )% $ 523   $ 988     (47 )%
                           

Average assets (in billions of dollars)

  $ 86   $ 98     (12 )% $ 85   $ 97     (12 )%

Return on assets

    1.27 %   1.85 %         1.24 %   2.05 %      

Average deposits (in billions of dollars)

  $ 88   $ 97     (9 )%                  
                           

Net credit losses as a % of average loans

    2.30 %   1.32 %                        
                           

Revenue by business

                                     
 

Retail banking

  $ 1,023   $ 1,240     (18 )% $ 1,998   $ 2,492     (20 )%
 

Citi-branded cards

    608     651     (7 )   1,164     1,343     (13 )
                           
   

Total

  $ 1,631   $ 1,891     (14 )% $ 3,162   $ 3,835     (18 )%
                           

Income (loss) from continuing operations by business

                                     
 

Retail banking

  $ 266   $ 348     (24 )% $ 489   $ 742     (34 )%
 

Citi-branded cards

    6     103     (94 )   34     245     (86 )
                           
   

Total

  $ 272   $ 451     (40 )% $ 523   $ 987     (47 )%
                           

NM    Not meaningful

2Q09 vs. 2Q08

        Revenue, net of interest expense declined 14% driven by a 35% decline in investment sales and the impact of FX translation. Net interest revenue was 8% lower than the prior-year period. Average loans and deposits were down 16% and 9%, respectively, and net interest margin decreased as well, in each case primarily due to the impact of FX translation. Non-interest revenue declined 26%, primarily due to the decline in investment sales.

        Operating expenses declined 14%, reflecting the benefits from re-engineering efforts and the impact of FX translation.

        Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims increased 55% mainly due to deteriorating credit conditions, partially offset by FX translation. Rising losses were particularly apparent in the card portfolios in India and Korea.

2Q09 YTD vs. 2Q08 YTD

        Revenue, net of interest expense declined 18% driven by a 51% decline in investment sales and the impact of FX translation. Net interest revenue was 9% lower than the prior-year period. Average loans were down 17% and deposits were down 13%, respectively, and net interest margin decreased as well. Non-interest revenue declined 34%, primarily due to the decline in investment sales.

        Operating expenses declined 18%, reflecting the benefits from re-engineering efforts and the impact of FX translation.

        Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims increased 72% mainly due to higher net credit losses in India and Korea.

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INSTITUTIONAL CLIENTS GROUP (ICG)

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars   2009   2008   2009   2008  

Commissions and Fees

  $ 466   $ 690     (32 )% $ 884   $ 1,429     (38 )%

Administration and Other Fiduciary Fees

    1,262     1,433     (12 )   2,510     2,833     (11 )

Investment banking

    1,242     1,396     (11 )   2,182     2,265     (4 )

Principal transactions

    1,081     1,954     (45 )   8,231     4,958     66  

Other

    762     (2 )   NM     1,230     76     NM  
                           
 

Total non-interest revenue

  $ 4,813   $ 5,471     (12 )% $ 15,037   $ 11,561     30 %
 

Net interest revenue (including dividends)

    4,542     4,414     3     9,116     8,459     8  
                           

Total revenues, net of interest expenses

  $ 9,355   $ 9,885     (5 )% $ 24,153   $ 20,020     21 %

Total operating expenses

    4,358     5,706     (24 )   8,249     11,250     (27 )
 

Net credit losses

    168     308     (45 )   245     374     (34 )
 

Provisions for unfunded lending commitments

    83     (75 )   NM     115     (75 )   NM  
 

Credit reserve build/ (release)

    573     191     NM     849     215     NM  
                           

Provision for credit losses

  $ 824   $ 424     94 % $ 1,209   $ 514     NM  
                           

Income from continuing operations before taxes

  $ 4,173   $ 3,755     11 % $ 14,695   $ 8,256     78 %

Income taxes (benefits)

    1,332     1,313     1     4,756     2,497     90  
                           

Income from continuing operations

  $ 2,841   $ 2,442     16 % $ 9,939   $ 5,759     73 %

Net income (loss) attributable to noncontrolling interests

    3     17     (82 )       29     (100 )
                           

Net income

  $ 2,838   $ 2,425     17 % $ 9,939   $ 5,730     73 %
                           

Average assets (in billions of dollars)

  $ 809   $ 1,077     (25 %) $ 832   $ 1,117     (26 )%

Return on assets

    1.41 %   0.91 %         2.41 %   1.03 %      
                           

Revenue by region:

                                     
 

North America

  $ 2,554   $ 4,018     (36 )% $ 8,387   $ 8,116     3 %
 

EMEA

    3,415     2,917     17     8,480     5,534     53  
 

Latin America

    1,386     1,096     26     2,527     2,117     19  
 

Asia

    2,000     1,854     8     4,759     4,253     12  
                           
   

Total

  $ 9,355   $ 9,885     (5 )% $ 24,153   $ 20,020     21 %
                           

Income (loss) from continuing operations by region:

                                     
 

North America

  $ 184   $ 707     (74 )% $ 2,889   $ 2,177     33 %
 

EMEA

    1,096     675     62     3,594     1,149     NM  
 

Latin America

    672     476     41     1,231     918     34  
 

Asia

    889     584     52     2,225     1,515     47  
                           
   

Total

  $ 2,841   $ 2,442     16 % $ 9,939   $ 5,759     73 %
                           

Average loans by region (in billions):

                                     
 

North America

  $ 43   $ 48     (10 )%                  
 

EMEA

    47     54     (13 )                  
 

Latin America

    20     25     (20 )                  
 

Asia

    28     37     (24 )                  
                           
   

Total

  $ 138   $ 164     (16 )%                  
                           

NM    Not meaningful

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SECURITIES AND BANKING

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars   2009   2008   2009   2008  

Net interest revenue

  $ 3,087   $ 3,100       $ 6,255   $ 5,850     7 %

Non-interest revenue

    3,785     4,306     (12 )%   13,041     9,274     41  
                           

Revenues, net of interest expense

  $ 6,872   $ 7,406     (7 )% $ 19,296   $ 15,124     28 %

Operating expenses

    3,270     4,371     (25 )   6,087     8,655     (30 )
 

Net credit losses

    171     305     (44 )   245     370     (34 )
 

Provision for unfunded lending commitments

    83     (75 )   NM     115     (75 )   NM  
 

Credit reserve build (release)

    565     183     NM     843     206     NM  
                           

Provision for credit losses

    819     413     98     1,203     501     NM  
                           

Income before taxes and noncontrolling interest

  $ 2,783   $ 2,622     6 % $ 12,006   $ 5,968     NM  

Income taxes

    916     969     (5 )   3,945     1,809     NM  

Income from continuing operations

    1,867     1,653     13     8,061     4,159     94 %

Net income attributable to noncontrolling interests

        8     (100 )   1     12     (92 )
                           

Net income

  $ 1,867   $ 1,645     13 % $ 8,060   $ 4,147     94 %
                           

Average assets (in billions of dollars)

  $ 749   $ 1,004     (25 )% $ 772   $ 1,044     (26 )%

Return on assets

    1.00 %   0.66 %         2.11 %   0.80 %      
                           

Revenues by region:

                                     
 

North America

  $ 1,898   $ 3,507     (46 )% $ 7,142   $ 7,099     1 %
 

EMEA

    2,555     1,970     30     6,776     3,703     83  
 

Latin America

    1,046     722     45     1,844     1,403     31  
 

Asia

    1,373     1,207     14     3,534     2,919     21  
                           

Total revenues

  $ 6,872   $ 7,406     (7 )% $ 19,296   $ 15,124     28 %
                           

Net income (loss) from continuing operations by region:

                                     
 

North America

  $ 3   $ 646     (100 )% $ 2,570   $ 2,028     27 %
 

EMEA

    746     376     98     2,918     572     NM  
 

Latin America

    522     325     61     921     626     47  
 

Asia

    596     306     95     1,652     933     77  
                           

Total net income from continuing operations

  $ 1,867   $ 1,653     13 % $ 8,061   $ 4,159     94 %
                           

Securities and Banking

                                     
 

Revenue details:

                                     
 

Net Investment Banking

  $ 1,160   $ 1,335     (13 )% $ 2,142   $ 2,165     (1 )%
 

Lending

    (928 )   (155 )   NM     (1,257 )   764     NM  
 

Equity markets

    1,101     1,526     (28 )   2,705     2,687     1  
 

Fixed income markets

    5,573     4,439     26     15,794     9,171     72  
 

Private bank

    477     593     (20 )   976     1,226     (20 )
 

Other Securities and Banking

    (511 )   (332 )   (54 )   (1,064 )   (889 )   (20 )
                           

Total Securities and Banking Revenues

  $ 6,872   $ 7,406     (7 )% $ 19,296   $ 15,124     28 %
                           

NM    Not meaningful

2Q09 vs. 2Q08

        Revenues, net of interest expense decreased 7% primarily due to revenue marks of negative $777 million and lending revenues of negative $928 million, due mainly to losses on credit default swap hedges, which offset strong trading results in fixed income markets revenues. Investment banking revenues were down 13% from the second quarter of 2008, a quarter driven by stronger M&A and equity volumes, due primarily to lower advisory and equity underwriting revenues. Equity markets revenues were down 28% from the prior-year period, primarily driven by net negative revenue marks of $694 million due to the narrowing in Citigroup credit spreads, partially offset by the narrowing of counterparty spreads. Private bank revenues were down 20% on lower assets under management, decreased investment sales and lower average lending volumes. Fixed income markets revenues were up 26% driven by strong results across most fixed income categories reflecting favorable positioning and sustained client activity.

        Operating expenses decreased 25% driven by headcount reductions, repositioning charges recorded in the second quarter of 2008 and reductions in other operating expenses.

        Provision for credit losses and for benefits and claims increased by 98% mainly due to increased credit reserve builds and provisions for unfunded lending commitments, partially offset by lower net credit losses.

2Q09 YTD vs. 2Q08 YTD

        Revenues, net of interest expense increased 28% mainly due to an increase in fixed income markets of $6.6 billion to $15.8 billion, mostly in the first quarter of 2009, reflecting strong trading results, offset by a decrease in lending revenues to a negative $1.3 billion mainly from losses on credit default swap hedges.

        Operating expenses decreased 30% driven by lower compensation due to headcount reductions and benefits from re-engineering and expense management.

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        Provision for credit losses and for benefits and claims increased $0.5 billion to $1.2 billion mainly from increased credit reserve builds.

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TRANSACTION SERVICES

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars   2009   2008   2009   2008  

Net interest revenue

  $ 1,455   $ 1,314     11 % $ 2,861   $ 2,609     10 %

Non-interest revenue

    1,028     1,165     (12 )   1,996     2,287     (13 )
                           

Revenues, net of interest expense

  $ 2,483   $ 2,479       $ 4,857   $ 4,896     (1 )%

Operating expenses

    1,088     1,335     (19 )%   2,162     2,595     (17 )

Provision for credit losses and for benefits and claims

    5     11     (55 )   6     13     (54 )
                           

Income before taxes and noncontrolling interest

  $ 1,390   $ 1,133     23 % $ 2,689   $ 2,288     18 %

Income taxes

    416     344     21     811     688     18  

Income from continuing operations

    974     789     23     1,878     1,600     17  

Net income (loss) attributable to noncontrolling interests

    3     9     (67 )   (1 )   17     NM  
                           

Net income

  $ 971   $ 780     24 % $ 1,879   $ 1,583     19 %
                           

Average assets (in billions of dollars)

  $ 60   $ 73     (18 )% $ 60   $ 73     (18 )%

Return on assets

    6.49 %   4.30 %         6.32 %   4.36 %      
                           

Revenues by region:

                                     
 

North America

  $ 656   $ 511     28 % $ 1,245   $ 1,017     22 %
 

EMEA

    860     947     (9 )   1,704     1,831     (7 )
 

Latin America

    340     374     (9 )   683     714     (4 )
 

Asia

    627     647     (3 )   1,225     1,334     (8 )
                           

Total revenues

  $ 2,483   $ 2,479       $ 4,857   $ 4,896     (1 )%
                           

Net income (loss) from continuing operations by region:

                                     
 

North America

  $ 181   $ 61     NM   $ 319   $ 149     NM  
 

EMEA

    350     299     17 %   676     577     17 %
 

Latin America

    150     151     (1 )   310     292     6  
 

Asia

    293     278     5     573     582     (2 )
                           

Total net income from continuing operations

  $ 974   $ 789     23 % $ 1,878   $ 1,600     17 %
                           

Key Indicators (in billions of dollars)

                                     

Average deposits and other customer liability balances

  $ 288   $ 275     5 %                  

EOP assets under custody (in trillions of dollars)

  $ 11.1   $ 12.8     (13 )                  
                           

NM    Not meaningful

2Q09 vs. 2Q08

        Revenues, net of interest expense were $2.5 billion, in line with the prior-year period as clients remained actively engaged. Growth in deposits and increasing spreads were offset by the impact of FX translation and declines in assets under custody. Average deposits increased by 5%, driven by growth in North America and Asia. Assets under custody declined by 13% from the prior-year period, primarily due to lower equity markets.

        Operating expenses declined by 19% driven by headcount reduction, re-engineering efforts, expense management initiatives and the impact of FX translation.

2Q09 YTD vs. 2Q08 YTD

        Revenues, net of interest expense of $4.9 billion decreased slightly from the prior-year period driven primarily by the impact of FX translation, as well as by lower volumes and asset under custody valuations.

        Operating expenses declined 17% driven by headcount reduction and re-engineering benefits, as well as the impact of FX translation.

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CITI HOLDINGS

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars   2009   2008   2009   2008  
 

Net interest revenue

  $ 4,495   $ 5,929     (24 )% $ 9,878   $ 11,526     (14 )%
 

Non-interest revenue

    11,255     (3,850 )   NM     9,324     (13,965 )   NM  
                           

Total Revenues, net of interest expense

  $ 15,750   $ 2,079     NM   $ 19,202   $ (2,439 )   NM  
                           

Provision for credit losses and for benefits and claims

                                     
 

Net credit losses

  $ 6,795   $ 3,021     NM   $ 12,840   $ 5,729     NM  
 

Credit reserve build/ (release)

    2,711     2,100     29 %   4,405     3,566     24 %
                           
 

Provision for loan losses

  $ 9,506   $ 5,121     86 % $ 17,245   $ 9,295     86 %
 

Provision for benefits & claims

    294     258     14     613     532     15  
 

Provision for unfunded lending commitments

    52     (68 )   NM     80     (68 )   NM  
                           
 

Total provision for credit losses and for benefits and claims

  $ 9,852   $ 5,311     86 % $ 17,938   $ 9,759     84 %
                           

Total operating expenses

  $ 3,827   $ 5,316     (28 )% $ 8,215   $ 11,270     (27 )%
                           

Income (loss) from continuing operations before taxes

  $ 2,071   $ (8,548 )   NM   $ (6,951 ) $ (23,468 )   70 %

Provision (benefits) for income taxes

    712     (3,323 )   NM     (2,974 )   (9,093 )   67  
                           

Income (loss) from continuing operations

  $ 1,359   $ (5,225 )   NM   $ (3,977 ) $ (14,375 )   72 %

Net income (loss) attributable to noncontrolling interests

    (37 )   52     NM     (50 )   22     NM  
                           

Citi Holding's net income (loss)

  $ 1,396   $ (5,277 )   NM   $ (3,927 ) $ (14,397 )   73 %
                           

Balance Sheet Data (in billions)

                                     

Total EOP assets

  $ 649   $ 833     (22 )%                  
                           

Average assets

  $ 677   $ 852     (21 )%                  
                           

Total EOP deposits

  $ 88   $ 84     5 %                  
                           

NM    Not meaningful

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BROKERAGE AND ASSET MANAGEMENT

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars
  2009   2008   2009   2008  

Net interest revenue

  $ 168   $ 230     (27 )% $ 516   $ 409     26 %

Non-interest revenue

    12,171     2,237     NM     13,524     4,448     NM  
                           

Total Revenues, net of interest expense

  $ 12,339   $ 2,467     NM   $ 14,040   $ 4,857     NM  
                           

Total operating expenses

  $ 1,096   $ 2,002     (45 )% $ 2,642   $ 4,452     (41 )%
                           
 

Net credit losses

  $ 1   $       $ 3   $ 10     (70 )%
 

Credit reserve build/(release)

    3     9     (67 )%   46     10     NM  
 

Provision for benefits and claims

    34     45     (24 )   75     97     (23 )
                           

Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims

  $ 38   $ 54     (30 )% $ 124   $ 117     6 %
                           

Income from continuing operations before taxes

  $ 11,205   $ 411     NM   $ 11,274   $ 288     NM  

Income taxes (benefits)

    4,391     144     NM     4,402     135     NM  
                           

Income from continuing operations

  $ 6,814   $ 267     NM   $ 6,872   $ 153     NM  

Net income (loss) attributable to noncontrolling interests

    6     49     (88 )%   (11 )   38     NM  
                           

Net income

  $ 6,808   $ 218     NM   $ 6,883   $ 115     NM  
                           

EOP assets (in billions of dollars)

  $ 56   $ 65     (14 )%                  

EOP deposits (in billions of dollars)

  $ 56   $ 50     12                    
                           

NM    Not meaningful

2Q09 vs. 2Q08

        Revenues, net of interest expense increased $9.9 billion due to an $11.1 billion pretax gain on sale ($6.7 billion after-tax) on the Morgan Stanley Smith Barney joint venture transaction, which closed on June 1, 2009. Excluding the gain, revenues declined $1.2 billion driven by the absence of one month of Smith Barney revenues as well as the impact of market conditions on Smith Barney transactional and fee-based revenue relative to the prior year.

        Operating expenses decreased 45% from the prior-year period, primarily driven by lower revenue-driven expenses in Smith Barney, a one month absence of Smith Barney expenses, lower variable compensation and re-engineering efforts, particularly in retail alternative investments.

        Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims decreased by 30% mainly reflecting lower provisions for benefits and claims.

2Q09 YTD vs. 2Q08 YTD

        Revenues, net of interest expense increased $9.2 billion due to an $11.1 billion pre-tax gain on sale ($6.7 billion after-tax) on the Morgan Stanley Smith Barney joint venture transaction which closed on June 1, 2009. Excluding the gain, revenue declined $1.9 billion driven by the absence of one month of Smith Barney revenues as well as the impact of market conditions on Smith Barney transactional and fee-based revenue relative to the prior year.

        Operating expenses decreased $1.8 billion, or 41%, primarily driven by lower revenue-driven expenses in Smith Barney, a one month absence of Smith Barney expenses, lower variable compensation and re-engineering efforts, particularly in retail alternative investments.

        Provisions for loan losses and for benefits and claims increased by 6% due to reserve builds in Smith Barney for SFAS 114 (ASC 310-10-35) impaired loans and lending to address client liquidity needs related to auction rate securities holdings, partially offset by lower provisions for benefits and claims.

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LOCAL CONSUMER LENDING

 
  Second Quarter    
  Six Months    
 
 
  %
Change
  %
Change
 
In millions of dollars   2009   2008   2009   2008  

Net interest revenue

  $ 3,387   $ 4,807     (30 )% $ 7,277   $ 9,403     (23 )%

Non-interest revenue

    543     1,417     (62 )   3,106     4,321     (28 )
                           

Total Revenues, net of interest expense

  $ 3,930   $ 6,224     (37 )% $ 10,383   $ 13,724     (24 )%
                           

Total operating expenses

  $ 2,524   $ 3,046     (17 )% $ 5,135   $ 6,247     (18 )%