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By: LINN VAN DYNE & JON L. PIERCE
Sunday, October 11, 2009
The US regulator Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has questioned the generally positive conclusions in a government-mandated review of Citigroup's top management, says a media report.
Attributing to people familiar with the situation, the Wall Street Journal said that some officials at the agency have expressed doubts about the rigour of the report, which was based partly on interviews of Citi executives who were asked to rate the effectiveness of their colleagues.
According to the daily, the FDIC has questioned whether Vikram Pandit, a longtime investment banker until he took over as CEO of Citi in December 2007, can manage a company as complicated and troubled as Citigroup.
The FDIC insures the deposits in more than 8,000 US banks, among other regulatory responsibilities.