More Newsgtnews Launches New iPhone App, Sponsored by Citi

gtnews Launches New iPhone App, Sponsored by Citi

gtnews has launched a new iPhone app, sponsored by Citi, which allows treasurers and bankers alike to keep up to date with daily news and credit rating updates and weekly thought leadership content published on gtnews.com. Updated constantly, gtnews for iPhone allows you to customise gtnews to the sections you want to read, with the full content of the website available wherever you are in the world.

The gtnews sections that gtnews for iPhone users will be able to customise include:

  • Latest News.
  • Latest Ratings.
  • Banking.
  • Best Practice.
  • Cash Management.
  • Centralisation.
  • Financial Supply Chain.
  • Investment & Funding.
  • Payments.
  • Regulation.
  • Risk.
  • SEPA.
  • Technology.

Commenting on the launch of gtnews for iPhone, Mike Hewitt, chief executive officer (CEO) of gtnews, said: “gtnews and the iPhone are a great fit, and it’s remarkable how user-friendly the new gtnews app is. Now treasurers can access the essential news and analysis they need, wherever they are.”

“Change in the industry is happening at an unfathomable pace,” said Tania Collingwood, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) head of marketing for Citi’s Global Transaction Services. “Treasurers want access to the information most relevant to them at their fingertips, whether in the office or on the go. Citi is pleased to be sponsoring the gtnews application for iPhone, which will do just that.”

gtnews for iPhone is available as a free download from the Apple App Store.

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