Cureton was formally the Head of Corporate Treasury for the finance division of British Petroleum PLC. He was responsible for the company’s cash management, capital markets, equity and banking units. A recognized leader in the treasury management industry, Cureton is renowned for his visionary perspective and creative solutions. He was also a founding member of Citibank’s Global Cash and Trade Advisory Board, a cutting edge customer symposium which meets twice annually to share new ideas and outlooks. Among the areas that Cureton will work closely with is e-Citi, the Citigroup technology unit, which was formed to ensure that product and delivery systems remain on the leading edge of technological capabilities and customer needs. Cureton will also be involved with CitiDirect electronic banking, a browser-based delivery system that provides a single window to a customer’s entire suite of transaction services
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