Citi’s Global Transaction Services business for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) has extended its global platform for commercial card issuance into central and eastern Europe (CEE). Citi will provide globally commercial card solutions to four new markets in CEE: the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.
Rajesh Mehta, managing director and regional head for treasury and trade solutions for EMEA, Citi, said: “The launch of our commercial cards in CEE is representative of our continued investment in the commercial cards business. We feel this move is demonstrative of our unrivalled ability to support our clients. Citi clients will benefit from innovative programme reporting, dedicated client service teams, and award winning customer service.”
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