Citi Group Case

Citi Group Case - Kevin Hopkins Citigroup Citigroup Case 1...

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Kevin Hopkins Citigroup 9/17/10 Citigroup Case 1. In this case the primary stakeholders are the owners. There are many owners in this case. One of the biggest owners is the government. They own 36% of the company since they provided Citigroup with a series of multibillion-dollar cash infusions. Other owners include shareholders and the CEO of Citigroup Charles Price. 2. I know the government is a primary stakeholder because they own 36% of the company because of the money they put into Citigroup. Also Charles Prince walked away with 12 million dollars when he resigned and had stock that was valued at 68 million dollars. 3. The board of directors plays a central role in corporate governance. The board of directors is an elected group of individuals who have a legal duty to establish corporate objectives, develop broad policies, and select top-level personnel to carry out these objectives and policies. The principles of good corporate governance: Selecting outside directors, Holding elections for members of the
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2012 for the course ECO 201 taught by Professor Dunlevy during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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