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Forum Post: I formally accept Vikram Pandit's invitation to discuss the Occupy Movement

Posted 12 years ago on Oct. 14, 2011, 7:06 p.m. EST by occupyguy (33)
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Recently, Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit has been quoted in many media outlets as saying that he would meet with Wall Street protesters "anytime" and that their sentiments were understandable.

Well, I would like to meet with him and discuss what exactly he is doing to address the concerns and issues raised by our movement.

I understand that I will have to go through several formalities within Citigroup and the Occupy Wall Street movement before this can take place and am prepared to do so.

Is anybody else interested? Has anybody else met with him yet?




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[-] 2 points by tr289 (916) from Chicago, IL 12 years ago

When envoys are sent with compliments in their mouths, it is a sign that the enemy wishes for a truce. Sun Tzu

[-] 2 points by thoreau42 (595) 12 years ago

Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.

-Sun Tzu

[-] 2 points by 71353933 (85) 12 years ago

I use to work for him.

At one time I had stock in Citigroup worth 55 a share..

Now its the equivqlenet of 2.8 a share.

[-] 2 points by PostDivisionByZ (18) 12 years ago

Provided we are given prep time, I'll be there.

[-] 1 points by occupyguy (33) 12 years ago



Unfortunately, I don't have a Facebook account. This looks like the easiest way to contact him. I can write up a formal invitation if somebody is interested in posting it on his page.

[-] 1 points by dmox (9) from Cranford, NJ 12 years ago

I would be interested. How do we get this meeting going? It would be very interesting.

[-] 1 points by occupyguy (33) 12 years ago

Certified letters? Service of Process? Maybe a polite phone call?

[-] 1 points by dmox (9) from Cranford, NJ 12 years ago

Ok, who is calling him, you or me? Then we get together to draft questions, and create a plan, we guide the meeting.

[-] 1 points by occupyguy (33) 12 years ago

I think that we both need to brainstorm. We're going to need as many people and ideas as possible just to try and figure out how to actually get our invitation on his desk.

If it is rejected or denied, I want to know who rejected it and what their department and level of management is. If we do it tactfully and formally, we can call him or his management on his bluff.