Citi Pours $800 Million Into Own Hedge, Private Equity Funds

Nov 7 2011 | 2:04pm ET

Citigroup has poured some $800 million of its own money into its own alternative investment funds, despite impending federal regulations designed to minimize those investments.

Citi said it had invested most of the roughly $800 million in Citi Capital Advisors hedge and private equity funds in the third quarter. The bank did not indicate which CCA funds received the money, and said that some of the money went to "Citi-advised" funds overseen by the bank's Citi Holdings unit.


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