Articles 2015

Below are recent articles authored by Citi Treasury and Trade Solutions experts. Many of these articles have been featured in industry journals. All files are in PDF format unless otherwise indicated.

  • Optimising Liquidity in a Shifting World
    Amit Agarwal, EMEA Head of Liquidity Management Services, Treasury and Trade Solutions (TTS); and Steven Elms, EMEA Head of Industrials Sector Sales, TTS, assess the new liquidity landscape and how treasurers can prepare. Published in Treasury Today, April issue.
  • Capitalising on the New Digital Africa
    An article featured in Treasury Management International, authored by Peter Crawley, TTS Head, Sub-Saharan Africa and Geoffrey Gursel, TTS Sales Head, Sub-Saharan Africa. Published: March 2015
  • Demystifying Africa: Realising the Potential of the New Digital Era
    A selection of articles and case studies, which showcase the growth opportunities offered throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. Published: March 2015
  • Boost your Global Payments and Receivables IQ
    It can sometimes be hard for the treasurer to know where to focus their efforts. We examine why global payments and receivables deserve some extra attention, and outline practical steps and solutions to help treasurers on the path to optimisation. Published: March 2015
  • The Beating Heart
    Article assessing the centralisation of treasury activities in the UAE authored by David Aldred, TTS Sales Head for Middle East, North Africa, Turkey and Pakistan at Citi. The Middle East Treasurer. Published: February 2015
  • Preservation to Growth in Global Liquidity Management Article
    Citi’s seniors in Global Liquidity Management provide the key themes and talking points covered in Liquidity Management Forum held in London. Published: January 2015
  • One Step Beyond: Taking Supply Chain Finance to the Next Level
    Citi, which won this year’s GTR Leaders in Trade Award for Best Supply Chain Finance Bank, has stayed ahead of the competition by responding to corporates’ need for global supplier programmes, writes John Monaghan, global head of supply chain finance at the bank. Published: January 2015

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