By Tatiana Bautzer, Saeed Azhar and Lananh Nguyen NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. regulators have asked Citigroup for urgent changes to the way it conducts its investments, highlighting concerns over the bank's investment practices. The regulators have called for increased transparency and improved risk management in Citigroup's investment activities.
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The regulators' demand for changes comes amid increasing scrutiny of Citigroup's investment practices. The bank has faced criticism for its role in the 2008 financial crisis and subsequent government bailout. Regulators are now seeking to ensure that Citigroup adopts more responsible and ethical investment practices to prevent future financial instability.