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Citi is to invest £54m in the expansion of its financial support operation in Belfast, with the creation of 600 jobs.
24-Nov-2014


Citigroup is planning to announce a significant investment at its financial services operation in Belfast, with the creation of at least 100 jobs.
20-May-2014


Citigroup has acquired EMI, the record label, and is expected to sell off parts of the business.
03-Feb-2011


Citi is to expand its markets and banking operation in Belfast with the creation of 145 jobs, and will occupy two of the new Gateway Office Buildings in the Titanic Quarter.
08-Jul-2008


Citigroup has announced plans to create 117 jobs at a new operations centre in Belfast this year, having secured a £1.6m grant from Invest Northern Ireland.
17-Jan-2007


Citigroup is to acquire Quilter, the wealth management company with 300 staff at ten offices, from Morgan Stanley for £230m.
15-Dec-2006


Citigroup is to expand its technology centre of excellence in Belfast with the creation of 185 jobs, having secured £3.6m of financial assistance from Invest NI.
27-Oct-2006


Citigroup, the US financial services company, is to relocate 120 Belfast-based staff to a new 38,000 sq ft site in the city's Titanic Quarter next September, and is still aiming to create 255 jobs over the next four years.
24-Nov-2005


Citigroup has shortlisted Scotland as a potential location for the expansion of its administration and global custody business, which could create hundreds of jobs.
02-Feb-2005


Citigroup, the US banking and insurance company, is planning to set up a back-office IT operation in Belfast, with the creation of 375 jobs over the next five years.
18-Nov-2004


Citigroup has announced plans to expand its European operations from its new London headquarters, and will focus on investment banking, wealth management and credit cards.
21-Feb-2001