Citi has identified eight key execution priorities for 2011 and beyond.
The four key principles - the values that guide the firm are:
According to Forbes latest list.
Here's something Bloomberg has reported that came from Timothy Sloan, the CFO over at Wells Fargo, on the subject of acquisitions.
Brian Moynihan, Bank of America. Only 17.5% of respondents thought he was worth his 2010 bonus.
The Telegraph reported that the UK's Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) is an industry body set-up to promote best practice within the recruitment industry.
And it comes from Camilla Cavendish in The Times.
The Guardian reports that former Royal Bank of Scotland CEO Sir Fred Goodwin is said to have taken the extraordinary step of obtaining a 'superinjuction' which apparently prevents him being described as a 'banker'.
Bloomberg reports that Sallie Krawcheck, the head of Bank of America's wealth management unit, is said to have told staff that the 'garden leave' policy now in place at the bank's US Trust business does not apply to Merrill's 15,500 financial advisers.
84-year-old Ingvar Kamprad is the founder of Swedish furniture and accessories store IKEA.