Citigroup

Industry group: Commercial Banks

Headquarters: New York

Overview

Average pay of disclosed executives at Citigroup

Annual data

2018

On March 6, 2019, Citigroup reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2018.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Michael CorbatCEO$24,183,714
John GerspachCFO$11,777,616
James ForesePresident, Citi; CEO, Institutional Clients Group$20,691,295
Stephen BirdCEO, Global Consumer Banking$11,260,420
Jane FraserCEO, Latin America Region$9,490,490

Michael Corbat — CEO — received the highest compensation: $24,183,714 in total.

In addition, James Forese — President, Citi; CEO, Institutional Clients Group — received a total compensation of $20,691,295; John Gerspach received $11,777,616; Stephen Bird received $11,260,420; Jane Fraser received $9,490,490.

2017

On March 14, 2018, Citigroup reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2017.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Michael CorbatCEO$17,801,683
John GerspachCFO$9,911,965
James ForesePresident, Citi; CEO, Institutional Clients Group$17,229,106
Stephen BirdCEO, Global Consumer Banking$12,761,845
Jane FraserCEO, Latin America Region$8,627,415

Michael Corbat — CEO — received the highest compensation: $17,801,683 in total.

In addition, James Forese — President, Citi; CEO, Institutional Clients Group — received a total compensation of $17,229,106; Stephen Bird received $12,761,845; John Gerspach received $9,911,965; Jane Fraser received $8,627,415.

2016

On March 15, 2017, Citigroup reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2016.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Michael CorbatCEO$13,381,758
John GerspachCFO$8,298,572
James ForesePresident, Citi; CEO, Institutional Clients Group$15,398,531
Stephen BirdCEO, Global Consumer Banking$13,298,726
Jane FraserCEO, Latin America Region$7,676,695

James Forese — President, Citi; CEO, Institutional Clients Group — received the highest compensation: $15,398,531 in total.

In addition, Michael Corbat — CEO — received a total compensation of $13,381,758; Stephen Bird received $13,298,726; John Gerspach received $8,298,572; Jane Fraser received $7,676,695.

2015

On March 16, 2016, Citigroup reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2015.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Michael CorbatCEO$14,598,423
John GerspachCFO$8,317,222
Stephen BirdCEO, Global Consumer Banking$9,298,454
Don CallahanHead of Operations Technology$7,633,501
James ForesePresident, Citi CEO, Institutional Clients Group$16,154,921

James Forese — President, Citi CEO, Institutional Clients Group — received the highest compensation: $16,154,921 in total.

In addition, Michael Corbat — CEO — received a total compensation of $14,598,423; Stephen Bird received $9,298,454; John Gerspach received $8,317,222; Don Callahan received $7,633,501.

2014

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Michael CorbatCEO$14,457,199
John GerspachCFO$8,007,358
James ForesePresident, Citi CEO, Institutional Clients Group$15,892,220

James Forese — President, Citi CEO, Institutional Clients Group — received the highest compensation: $15,892,220 in total.

In addition, Michael Corbat — CEO — received a total compensation of $14,457,199; John Gerspach received $8,007,358.

2013

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Michael CorbatCEO$17,558,119
John GerspachCFO$9,337,055
James ForesePresident, Citi CEO, Institutional Clients Group$17,536,298

Michael Corbat — CEO — received the highest compensation: $17,558,119 in total.

In addition, James Forese — President, Citi CEO, Institutional Clients Group — received a total compensation of $17,536,298; John Gerspach received $9,337,055.

2012

On March 14, 2013, Citigroup reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2012.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Michael CorbatCEO$12,377,508
John GerspachCFO$8,640,408
Don CallahanChief Administrative Officer and Chief Operations Technology Officer, Citigroup$10,782,414
Gene McQuadeCEO, Citibank, N.A$9,699,159
Manuel Medina-MoraCEO, Global Consumer Banking and Chairman, Latin America & Mexico$15,131,874
Vikram PanditFormer CEO$9,554,690

Manuel Medina-Mora — CEO, Global Consumer Banking and Chairman, Latin America & Mexico — received the highest compensation: $15,131,874 in total.

In addition, Michael Corbat — CEO — received a total compensation of $12,377,508; Don Callahan received $10,782,414; Gene McQuade received $9,699,159; Vikram Pandit received $9,554,690; John Gerspach received $8,640,408.

2011

On March 8, 2012, Citigroup reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2011.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Vikram PanditCEO$14,857,103
John HavensPresident and COO Citigroup CEO Institutional Clients Group$12,984,481
Brian LeachChief Risk Officer$11,354,536
Manuel Medina-MoraCEO Consumer Banking for the Americas and Chairman of the Global Consumer Council Chairman and CEO Latin America & Mexico$11,446,900
Michael CorbatCEO$10,658,652
John GerspachCFO$7,160,916

Vikram Pandit — CEO — received the highest compensation: $14,857,103 in total.

In addition, John Havens — President and COO Citigroup CEO Institutional Clients Group — received a total compensation of $12,984,481; Manuel Medina-Mora received $11,446,900; Brian Leach received $11,354,536; Michael Corbat received $10,658,652; John Gerspach received $7,160,916.

2010

On March 10, 2011, Citigroup reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2010.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Vikram PanditCEO$1
John GerspachCFO$4,728,462
Michael CorbatCEO, Citi Holdings$8,022,760
John HavensCEO, Institutional Clients Group$9,509,800
Manuel Medina-MoraCEO, Consumer Banking for the Americas and Chairman of the Global Consumer Council Chairman and CEO, Latin America & Mexico$10,116,895

Manuel Medina-Mora — CEO, Consumer Banking for the Americas and Chairman of the Global Consumer Council Chairman and CEO, Latin America & Mexico — received the highest compensation: $10,116,895 in total.

In addition, John Havens — CEO, Institutional Clients Group — received a total compensation of $9,509,800; Michael Corbat received $8,022,760; John Gerspach received $4,728,462; Vikram Pandit received $1.

2009

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Vikram PanditCEO$128,751
John GerspachCFO$5,063,817
John HavensCEO, Institutional Clients Group$11,276,454
Manuel Medina-MoraCEO, Consumer Banking for the Americas and Chairman of the Global Consumer Council Chairman and CEO, Latin America & Mexico$10,400,007

John Havens — CEO, Institutional Clients Group — received the highest compensation: $11,276,454 in total.

In addition, Manuel Medina-Mora — CEO, Consumer Banking for the Americas and Chairman of the Global Consumer Council Chairman and CEO, Latin America & Mexico — received a total compensation of $10,400,007; John Gerspach received $5,063,817; Vikram Pandit received $128,751.

2008

On March 20, 2009, Citigroup reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2008.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Gary Crittendencfo$12,222,095
Ajaypal Bangaceo Asia Pacific$9,577,613
James ForeseCo-Head, Global Markets$12,855,072
Stephen VolkVice Chairman$10,532,273
Vikram PanditCEO$38,237,437

Vikram Pandit — CEO — received the highest compensation: $38,237,437 in total.

In addition, James Forese — Co-Head, Global Markets — received a total compensation of $12,855,072; Gary Crittenden received $12,222,095; Stephen Volk received $10,532,273; Ajaypal Banga received $9,577,613.

2007

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Vikram Panditceo$573,813
Gary Crittendencfo$19,369,506
Stephen VolkVice Chairman$7,597,847

Gary Crittenden — cfo — received the highest compensation: $19,369,506 in total.

In addition, Stephen Volk — Vice Chairman — received a total compensation of $7,597,847; Vikram Pandit received $573,813.

2006

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Stephen VolkVice Chairman$9,825,936
Charles PrinceChairman and CEO$25,975,719
Sallie KrawcheckCFO$9,918,267
Robert E. RubinChairman of the Executive Committee$17,341,304
Robert DruskinChief Operating Officer$15,709,046

Charles Prince — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $25,975,719 in total.

In addition, Robert E. Rubin — Chairman of the Executive Committee — received a total compensation of $17,341,304; Robert Druskin received $15,709,046; Sallie Krawcheck received $9,918,267; Stephen Volk received $9,825,936.