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Employment Agreement - Citigroup Inc. and Robert E. Rubin

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                                                                  Citigroup Inc.
                                                                 399 Park Avenue
                                                              New York, NY 10043

February 6, 2002

Robert E. Rubin
New York, NY

Dear Bob:

         I am writing on behalf of Citigroup Inc. to confirm certain changes to
your employment agreement dated October 26, 1999:

                  (i)      the guaranty of a level of incentive compensation for
                           2001 is extended for 2002, and all of the provisions
                           of the employment agreement relating to such
                           incentive compensation (such as composition and
                           manner of payment), including those designed to avoid
                           the loss of deduction under Section 162(m) of the
                           Internal Revenue Code, shall apply to such extended
                           guaranty; and

                  (ii)     the first paragraph under "Part B" of Schedule B is
                           revised to read as follows:

                           "retirement, for which Mr. Rubin shall be eligible
                           after reaching age 65, whereupon Mr. Rubin's combined
                           age and service shall be deemed to equal 75 for
                           purposes of all plans and programs of Citigroup
                           (other than any pension plans sponsored by the
                           Company or any of its affiliates)".

         If the foregoing is consistent with our discussions, please sign in the
space provided below.

                                                    Very truly yours,

                                                    Citigroup Inc.

                                                    By:  /s/ Sanford I. Weill
                                                             Sanford I. Weill

Accepted and agreed

/s/ Robert E. Rubin
Robert E. Rubin