Responsible Finance.


Our approach to corporate citizenship is defined by Citi’s Mission and Value Proposition of Enabling Growth and Progress.

We strive to embed corporate citizenship across the breadth and depth of our businesses and operations. This integrated approach of thinking about Citi’s impact, as a company, on clients, communities and our people, guides our actions and decisions.

Through focused and consistent stakeholder engagements that champion collaborative problem-solving, coupled with Citi’s vast resources and expertise, we hope to create better and more sustainable solutions for the long-term.


Citi Foundation, through grants and stakeholder collaborations, works to promote economic progress and improve the lives of low-income communities around the world. In Singapore, the Citi Foundation has provided grants to local partners since 2002 to support projects that addresses gaps in the community. Up till 2020, more than S$21 million has been invested to promote financial inclusion and programmes under the ‘Pathways to Progress’ theme to impart skillsets amongst youth to enable their future employability. The Citi Foundation’s “More than Philanthropy” approach also leverages the expertise of Citi and its people through volunteerism to fulfill the firm’s mission and to make a positive impact on the community.

Citi Singapore has six Citi Foundation programmes under the two core pillars that drive our key philanthropy efforts – Financial Inclusion and Pathways to Progress. We believe that targeted initiatives under these pillars in partnership with universities and community organisations to enhance financial literacy, as well as youth empowerment and employability, will strengthen the well-being and upward economic mobility of the local community, and ensure the sustained growth of our society.

Through these programmes, we have imparted financial literacy knowledge to over 340,000 secondary and primary level students, 50,000 tertiary students and 6,000 mature women, as well as coached over 13,000 teachers, 1,400 social workers, and 830 tertiary students as financial literacy trainers and mobilised over 170,000 volunteers for over 150 social service agencies in the process.

  • Financial Inclusion
  • Pathways to Progress (Youth Economic Opportunities)
  • Philanthropy
  • Employee Volunteerism
  • Sustainability
  • Citizenship Accolades