Financial services giant Citigroup
has denied a report on US televison network CNBC that its high-profile chief
Krawcheck was planning to resign because she was unhappy with her job.
A spokesperson for Citigroup told Reuters: ‘Rumors about Sallie Krawcheck
looking to resign are not correct.’
Krawcheck is recognised as one of the most powerful women on Wall Street. She
joined Citigroup in 2002 from Sanford C. Bernstein & Co., where she was
She became the bank’s CFO in November 2004.
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