The Aite Group has hired Enrico Camerinelli as a senior analyst covering wholesale banking, cash and trade finance, and payments. Based in Milan, he brings a strong European focus to Aite Group’s wholesale banking practice and further expands the firm’s expertise in the European markets.
Camerinelli has extensive experience within his areas of coverage as well as in providing research and consulting services to clients. Most recently, he served as a senior analyst with Celent, focusing on the financial supply chain and single euro payments area (SEPA). Prior to that, he was the European director and chief analyst at the Supply Chain Council, a non-profit serving the logistics and supply-chain industry.
In that capacity, Camerinelli provided independent research and advisory services, as well as business development and budget control for the organisation. Before that, he was a vice president and research leader at Meta Group’s electronic business strategies service, tracking trends in supply chain management, product lifecycle management, e-procurement, and sourcing. He also spent 10 years working as a supply chain manager at various manufacturing and automotive companies.
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