Citigroup is looking to sell a hedge fund unit with $4 billion in assets under management to SkyBridge Capital, according to The Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the talks.

Last year, Citi decided to sell $715 billion in non-core assets, and it has since succeeded in divesting itself of about $168 billion on these assets, leaving a remaining balance of $547 billion.

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