Citigroup will not do business with companies that allow certain kinds of gun sales. It is the first Wall Street bank to take such steps.
Citigroup will not do business with companies that allow certain kinds of gun sales. It is the first Wall Street bank to take such steps.
In the boldest move yet by Wall Street on gun control, in response to calls by , Citigroup said it will stop working with clients and partners unless they abide by certain firearms restrictions.
Breaking: Citigroup imposes restrictions on gun sales by its business customers. Scoop from
Under 's new gun policy, clients, including borrowers, commercial banking customers and credit card providers backed by the bank, wouldn't be able to sell high capacity magazines or bump stocks, among other restrictions
Businesses continue to lead where Congress won't: will require its business customers to adhere to common-sense gun safety policies that have earned broad support across the country.
Citigroup is setting restrictions on the sale of firearms by its business customers, making it the first Wall Street bank to take a stance in the nationwide gun control debate.
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Morning alliteration: Baby steps from big banking because babies in GOP beholden to bastards at NRA won’t budge. #NeverAgain