Citi Pays $3.5 Billion To Keep Its Employees Out Of Jail For Yet Another Quarter

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Citi Pays $3.5 Billion To Keep Its Employees Out Of Jail For Yet Another Quarter (ZeroHedge, Dec 9, 2014):

Alongside the just announced revenue warning, Citi’s CEO Corbat also announced yet another $2.7 billion in legal, related charges in 4Q, as well as another $800 million in repositioning expenses. This simply means that for yet another quarter Citi will be charged with billions in recurring, non-one time “one-time, non-recurring” charges which will be dutifully added back to non-GAAP EPS by analysts at all the other banks (whose criminal employers are now engaged in the same racket with the US government). But what it really means is that it cost Citi some $3.5 billion to keep its employees out of jail for yet another 3 months.

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