WASHINGTON — Just over a year after the height of the financial crisis, Citigroup Inc. is a fundamentally different company than it was when it needed billions to stave off a collapse.

That, at least, was the message from Vikram Pandit, the company's chief executive, and Herbert Allison, Treasury assistant secretary for financial stability, who testified Thursday in front of the Congressional Oversight Panel.

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