Citi is honored to be recognized for our leadership and impact in Citizenship activity. Below is a list of awards and recognitions achieved in 2015.

2015 Citizenship Awards and Recognition

  • The Civic 50 – since 2012. Number 2 in Financial Sector 2014 (not updated in 2015)
  • 2015 Best Community Improvement Program – U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Awards (for Citi Foundation's Partners in Progress Program)
  • Partner of the Year 2015 – Grameen America
  • Community Innovation Award – Mission Economic Development Agency
  • Top 10 Philanthropic Companies – The San Francisco Business Times
  • 2015 Corporate Minority Business Leadership Award – USC Civic Engagement and the Los Angeles Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) (awarded to Citi Community Development for their collaborative efforts in sustaining the USC Bridges to Business Success program)
  • Outstanding Corporate Partnership Award – The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans (to Citi Community Development)
  • Corporate Service Award – Voices for National Service (awarded to the Citi Foundation in recognition of our Pathways to Progress efforts)
  • Gold U.S. President's Volunteer Service – 8th consecutive year (for more than 15,000 employee volunteer hours donated to Junior Achievement Worldwide programming)
  • Top US Affordable Housing Lender – Affordable Housing Finance – 6th consecutive year
  • 2015 Readers' Choice Awards for Best Senior Development: Vera Haile Senior Housing – Affordable Housing Finance
  • 2015 Readers' Choice Awards for Best Special Needs: Metro East 99th Street – Affordable Housing Finance

Sustainable Progress Awards and Recognition

  • Dow Jones Sustainability World Index – since 2001
  • Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index – since 2001
  • 2015 Climate A List – Carbon Disclosure Project
  • FTSE4Good Index – since 2002
  • UN Global Compact 100 Index
  • Ranked 19th in the Green Power Partnerships Fortune 500 Partners List – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (as of Jan 2016)
  • Ranked 52nd in the Green Power Partnerships Top 100 Partners List – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (as of Jan 2016)
  • Deals of the Year Awards – Energy Efficiency for WHEEL – Environmental Finance Magazine
  • Outstanding Case Study Award for our Supply Chain Sustainability Program – Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council's 2015 Leadership Awards
  • 2015 Charles J. McDonald Jr. Supplier Diversity Advocate Award – Institute of Supply Management. Awarded to Javette Hines, Citi's Senior Vice President of Supplier Diversity and Sustainability

Diversity & Workplace Awards and Recognition

Citi continues to be recognized by industry benchmarks on Diversity and has received numerous recognitions and awards as a "company of choice" for women and diversity. Select highlights of ytd recognitions include:


  • 100 Best Companies – Working Mother Magazine – since 1992
    For the 25th time, Working Mother magazine has named Citi to its list of 100 Best Companies for working mothers.
  • Best Companies for Multicultural Women – Working Mother Magazine – since 2007 Citi has been listed among the Best Companies for Multicultural Women by Working Mother, selected for its ability to hire, retain and advance multicultural women.
  • 50 Best Companies for Latinas to Work for in the U.S. – Latina Style Magazine – since 1998 Citi has been named to LATINA Style Magazine's list of the top 50 companies for Latinas to work for in the U.S. every year since the list began in 1998.
  • 100% Corporate Equality Index Company – Human Rights Campaign (HRC) - since 2004
  • Top 10 Company for Corporate Diversity Practices of the S&P 100 – Calvert Investments
  • HACR Corporate Inclusion Index – Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR)
  • Top Veteran Friendly Company – US Veterans Magazine
  • Best for Vets: Top 100 – Military Times
  • Military Friendly Employers: Top 100 – Military Friendly
  • Citi's Jim Cowles, CEO of Europe, Middle East and Africa and Bob Annibale, Global Director for Citi Inclusive Finance and Community Development were featured on the 2015 OUTstanding Top 100 list. Published in association with the Financial Times, the Top 100 highlights inspiring LGBT business executives.
  • Fit Friendly Company Award – Gold Level – American Heart Association


  • 50 Leading Companies for Women in APEC – Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Citi Hong Kong recognized)
  • Top Two Companies for Best Practices in Diversity – People Matters (Citi India recognized)
  • Employer of Choice for Gender Equality – Australian Government Workplace Gender Equality Agency (Citi Australia recognized)
  • Top 50 Employers for Women – The Times, UK