Citigroup Inc. (C) Management presents at Goldman Sachs US Financial Services Conference 2018 (Transcript)

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Citigroup Inc. (NYSE:C) Goldman Sachs US Financial Services Conference 2018 December 5, 2018 2:00 PM ET


John Gerspach - CFO


Richard Ramsden - Goldman Sachs

Richard Ramsden

We're going to start with our next presenter. So we're delighted to welcome back Citigroup's CFO, John Gerspach. This is John's ninth time presenting at this conference over the last 10 years and it is also going to be his last time because as I am sure, as most of you know, John is retiring on March 01 of next year.

John Gerspach

I think because you told me you were going to invite me next time. So I had no other choice.

Richard Ramsden

Well, this brings out your best performance. So I do think it is fair to say, John has been a critical member of the Citigroup team in reshaping the strategy as well as delivering on the results over the last 10 years. So John thank you very much for being a very regular attendee and I am really looking forward to this.

John Gerspach

Richard, it is the place to be.

Richard Ramsden

Thank you. So let's start off with investor sentiment around Citigroup. The sentiment around the stock in particular is very tied to the macro-environment, but it's specifically tied to your exposure to emerging markets and you're very sensitive to heading issues.

There is obviously a number of conflicting signals that we're getting from financial markets. There are a number of macro concerns, geopolitical concerns. Can you start off by talking a little bit about how you manage risk across your business and then perhaps we can talk about how you see the global economic environment unfolding?

John Gerspach

Yeah. Okay. So Richard when people think about Citi and about footprint potentially emerging markets and a

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