Citi and its predecessors have had a presence in Ireland since 1965 and was one of the first foreign banks to open an office in Ireland. The company now employs 2,500 people in Dublin.
The company offers a broad range of financial services and products and also operates the Citi Service Centre. The bank provides financial services and products for multinational companies, Irish companies and the government and public sector. The range of products and services include: cash management, rate risk management, (FX and interest rates), funding, investor products, corporate finance, trade services, custody, trustee services, fund administration, transfer agency, outsourcing and shareholder services.
A regional processing centre opened in 1996 to provide operational support for customer service, cash management and funds administration. Now called the Citi Dublin Service Centre, it is a strategically important location for both Citi operations and technology functions. Core operations processes include Securities and Fund Services, Treasury and Trade Services, Markets and Banking as well as global functions.
In 2005, Citi was the first financial services company to set up a dedicated research and development facility in Ireland with government support. The initial focus of the centre was on developing products for transaction services. This lab was the first of its kind for Citi anywhere in the world. Citi has now established additional Innovation Labs in Singapore, Israel, Poland and Palo Alto to create a global network.
Citi operates a number of legal vehicles in Ireland.
Citibank Europe plc
Citibank Europe plc offers services in deposit taking, lending and foreign exchange sales. In particular, it has a wide breadth of transaction services including securities, fund services and treasury and trade services.
Worldlink Payment Services, Electronic Fund Transfers, Insurance Letters of Credit, Export Letters of Credit, Mutual Funds, Alternative Investment Services and Global Custody are examples of market leading transaction servicing products, which the bank offers to its customers. Moody's Investor Services has assigned a long term rating of A2 and a short-term rating of P-1 to the bank. Standard & Poor's have assigned a long term rating of A and a short rating of A-1.
Citibank Europe plc has overseas branches in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Poland and Bulgaria.
Citibank International plc Ireland Branch
Citibank International plc Ireland Branch is engaged in the provision of professional fiduciary services to a Global client base managing mutual funds domiciled in Ireland, Hong Kong, UK, Jersey and the Cayman Islands. The assets to which Citibank International plc Ireland Branch acts as trustee, custodian and service provider have a current value of in excess USD 46.5 billion.
Citigroup Global Markets Limited Ireland Branch
Citigroup Global Markets Ltd provides world-class products and financing solutions for corporations, governments, and institutional and retail investors through their underwriting, research, sales and trading, and distribution capabilities. The businesses operating in the Ireland branch are Fixed Income and FX.
Senior Executive Profiles
- Aidan Brady - Citi Country Officer
- Catherine Brady - EMEA Head of Asset Management Services
- Patrick Brady - Head of Fixed Income
- Ross Callan - Chief Financial Officer
- Tony Golden - Head of Corporate Banking
- Basil Geoghegan - Head of Investment Banking
- Colin Moreland - Head of Treasury and Trade Solutions
- Cecilia Ronan - Chief Administrative Officer and Head of Citi Service Centre
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