Citi Institutional Client Group (ICG) Analyst

I'm currently a junior seeking a internship. I may have an opportunity for a summer analyst position at Citi under the ICG group. I've researched a bit but am still unsure on exactly what this might entail. Does anyone have any experience in this group? Any tips, recommendations? Thanks!

If this is not in the right section, I apologize. I was not sure where to place it

Comments (20)

Feb 14, 2010

it's IBD.

Feb 14, 2010

Great, thats what I thought and was certainly hoping

Feb 14, 2010

Not necessarily. ICG simply refers to Institutional Clients Group vs Consumer Banking and Corporate Functions (Middle and Back Office.) WIthin ICG, there is everything including Banking, S&T, GTS, CMO, Operations etc.

Sometimes ICG might even refer to Corporate Functions within ICG so no one can really tell you what oppourtunity you have if you only know that its within ICG.

Feb 14, 2010

ICG encompasses everything from IBD to operations. Other things that are considered Citi ICG include S&T, GTS, CMO, etc... you better find out what exactly in ICG you would be doing.

Feb 14, 2010

I guess I was two minutes late on my post!

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Feb 14, 2010

Thanks for the quick responses. It seems that Citi is going to place you into a group upon where they feel you would best fit. I'll update this thread as I know more

Feb 14, 2010

If you interviewed for an IBD position you will get IBD. It's called ICG, but you should know what you interviewed for

Mar 5, 2010

I just accepted the CITI GTS SA offer at NY~ Part of the ICG group. I think its the best performing sector at Citi~

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Jun 19, 2010

Sorry to pick a dead thread, but I was wondering how hard it is to transfer laterally into other parts of ICG. I am a GTS Analyst and would ideally like to transfer to S&T or CMO.

The internal job opportunities website says that you should be in your current position for at least one year before applying for other positions. Should I really follow this guideline, and stick it out in GTS for one year? Or is it better to start emailing people from Capital Markets and Trading that I can find on the internal directory right away.

I have been in GTS for only a few months. What kind of impression will I be giving to HR and other people if I try changing positions within just a couple of months of joining the firm?

Sep 5, 2010

Bump!

Sep 5, 2010

Product Controller? Sounds like an ops/accounting job. I would expect a lot of questions on the details of the product as well as maybe some questions on bookkeeping.

Sep 5, 2010

Are you sure, because the description I found through google somewhere, seemed not to indicate accounting.

Sep 5, 2010

Also what does AVP mean here, because I do not think i am interviewing for a vp position considering I am still an undergrad?

Sep 5, 2010

probably assistant to vp

Sep 5, 2010

internal audit

Sep 5, 2010

What division? Commodities?

Sep 5, 2010

Just tell them you don't need much sleep to be in line with their slogan.

Sep 5, 2010
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