ROBERT WILLUMSTAD is stepping down as president, chief operating officer Chief Operating Officer (COO)
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Willumstad, 59, said he is leaving Citigroup to seek a chief executive position with a public company. Citigroup said it doesn't intend to name a successor for Willumstad in his management positions. He was named president of Citigroup in 2002 and joined the board in 2003. He became COO in 2003 and oversaw o·ver·saw
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