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Citi Private Bank


    Citi Private Bank is one of the world’s leading private banks with a long history of expertise and intellectual leadership that few institutions can match. Our clients rely on us for access to capital and comprehensive strategies, including sophisticated investment capabilities and an open product architecture approach.

We are a leading provider of investment, lending and wealth advisory services to some of the world’s most successful individuals and families. We are an important source of liquidity for attorneys, for technology and real estate entrepreneurs, as well as for the principals of venture capital, private equity and hedge fund firms. The leaders of industry, finance and culture come to us for the kind of comprehensive services they expect from a truly global private bank.

Our private banking services are built upon three core capabilities: tailored lending to meet our clients’ need for liquidity, access to some of the world’s leading equity, fixed income and alternative investment managers and an integrated, holistic approach to family wealth management. We offer industry-leading innovations and proprietary technologies, enabling us to provide truly integrated strategies that address our clients' varied needs.

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