Before taking over Citi's investment banking business, Prince had been chief operating officer of Citigroup. He started his career as an attorney with U.S. Steel Corp. in 1975. In 1979 he joined Commercial Credit Co., a predecessor to Citigroup that Weill took over in 1986. From there, as Weill put together his financial empire, Prince was with him every step. Fortune's Carol Loomis last year described Prince as "a smart, logical thinker who's big in frame (almost 6-foot-4), in laugh, and in capacity for work. He is also an absolute Weill loyalist, who has promptly accepted whatever assignments Sandy has wanted him to take on." In 2003, Sandy called on him to take on the CEO role, as a "fireman" to clean up after the excesses of the 1990s.
Chuck Prince Interview: The Wall Street Settlement and Citigroup (http://www.citigroup.com/citigroup/press/2002/021224a.htm)
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