Well, Citi, like many other companies, outsources recruiters. So the recruiter who did your interview more than likely doesn't even work for Citi. They just fill in the information and forward it. It's a preliminary process to see if you even make it to the local recruiter who actually DOES work for Citi. I had my phone interview with somebody in Milwaukee (I live in California). 10 minutes later, he concluded with, "I will forward your information to the recruiter; you should hear back in 7-10 days if they choose to proceed." Hours later, I got a call from the recruiter, and she conducted another little interview on the spot. She asked about referral and sales experience, pay expectations, etc. Then she said she would talk to the branch manager to see if they were interested in fitting in another interview. She called me back thirty minutes later and told me I had an interview at 1:45 two days later with the branch manager. During my forty-minute interview, he asked me a lot of behavioral questions, and then he told me that he would finish conducting interviews by the following week. The next day, I got a call from the recruiter who scheduled me for a phone interview with the area director. I had my interview this morning, and it sounded positive. She said they should make final decisions by Wednesday of next week.
Best of luck - I hope you got in!