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Citi reorganizes 2015 earnings figures to incorporate Q1'16 changes

's planned exit ofconsumer businesses in Argentina, Brazil and Colombia will see it reclassifythe operations under Citi Holdings instead of Latin America Global ConsumerBanking.

In addition,its consumer business in Venezuela and the indirect investment in will be movedunder its Institutional Client Group, which they already predominantly support.The change took effect in the first quarter, according to a Form 8-K.  

Citi alsoaccordingly revised its financial data supplement for the quarter and yearended Dec. 31, 2015, to incorporate the changes. The revised figures are meantto serve as a point of comparison for first-quarter 2016 earnings.