BankingCiti Launches New Trade Functionality on CitiDirect BESM Mobile

Citi Launches New Trade Functionality on CitiDirect BESM Mobile

Citi has launched Trade Advisor – Mobile on its CitiDirect BESM Mobile platform, which allows trade clients to access Trade Advisor on their mobile phones. Trade Advisor, currently available through CitiDirect Online Banking, is an inquiry tool that provides real-time information on the processing status of a trade transaction to all parties. This new browser-based mobile access provides the same robust data.

Naveed Sultan, global head of treasury and trade solutions at Citi, said: “Trade is a very important part of our business and we are extremely pleased to be able to bring mobile functionality to our trade customers. As part of our commitment to bring innovative, value-added solutions to our customers and our goal of being the world’s digital bank, this is just the first solution to which we will roll-out mobile functionality.”

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