U.S. Federal Reserve officials are frustrated with Citigroup's pace of progress in the two years since they reprimanded the bank for issues with its risk management systems.
In a meeting with the bank's board over the summer, regulators warned that there could be repercussions for its perceived lack of progress in making the much-needed improvements. The bank is due to release its plan for ameliorating these concerns this month.
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