The professionals of Citi are among the most knowledgeable in their field. Following are recent articles that some of them have written for industry publications. All files are in PDF format unless otherwise indicated.
- Shipping Finance: A New Model for a New Market
Shipping finance has changed beyond recognition in the post-crisis period, with a huge increase in the role of export credit agencies and the emergence of new opportunities in areas such as liquefied natural gas, writes Valentino Gallo, Global Head of Export & Agency Finance at Citi.
- The Bank Interview
Treasury Today interview Deborah Mur, Citi’s Western European Head for Treasury and Trade Solutions about the challenges faced by corporate treasurers in Europe, trends in technology, working capital management, and emerging markets.
- SCF – The Strategies You Need
There is no question that we have entered a period of sustained economic uncertainty. Macroeconomic, regulatory and technological developments are driving increased complexity in treasury management.
- Asian Shipbuilding: A Dynamic Market
Asia will remain at the heart of the global shipbuilding industry for the foreseeable future, although the relative strength of its key players will alter, writes Sumanta Panigrahi, Managing Director and Head – Asia Pacific, Export & Agency Finance, Treasury and Trade Solutions at Citi.
- The Rise of Renewables in Latin America
The growth of renewable energy production has been one of the defining features of the 21st century as countries worldwide seek to improve their energy security and lower carbon emissions, writes Georges Romano, Managing Director and Head – Latin America, Export & Agency Finance, Treasury and Trade Solutions at Citi.
- Trends in Straight-Through Reconciliation
For an increasing number of payment factories and SSCs (shared service centers) that already achieve high rates of STP (straight-through processing), optimized expense savings and efficiency gains, this article asks what many organizations want to know across the cash management and liquidity spectrum: what’s next on the agenda?
- Making Supplier Finance Work for Latin America
Multinationals and leading domestic corporates in Latin America are increasingly adopting supplier finance solutions to improve their stability and competiveness against a backdrop of rapid macroeconomic and regulatory change.