Tale of Two Citis

Dolan, Kerry A.
April 2008
Forbes Asia;4/7/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p27
The article focuses on the Kingdom Holding stock of Saudi Arabia Prince Alwaleed bin Talal. Alwaleed is the largest individual shareholder in the banking behemoth Citigroup, through his investment vehicle Kingdom Holding. Alwaleed said that he minimizes the implosion of his Citigroup shares and focuses instead on the value he plans to add to Kingdom Holding. He also claimed that Kingdom Holding is one of the most actively traded stocks on the Saudi exchange.


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