Citigroup Global Transaction Services has announced a new distribution channel for its card programme in Austria, bringing the number of countries around the world now served by Citigroup Commercial Cards to 33 with 16 European countries. Citigroup’s Austrian clients will now be able to take advantage of a service that is tailored to meet local market conditions, laws and regulations. The card will be issued in euros and will have local language programmes as well as local language client service support. Austrian-based organisations will be able to use Citigroup’s Commercial Cards to help manage, monitor and analyse their travel and entertainment expenditure from a single card provider with a range of product options. Various regional appointments of business development managers further illustrates the European growth of Citigroup’s Commercial Cards’ operations.
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