UniCredit is and will remain a simple successful pan-European commercial bank with a fully plugged in Corporate & Investment Banking (CIB), delivering a unique Western, Central and Eastern European network to our extensive client franchise. By focusing on banking that matters, we offer local and international expertise, providing unparalleled access to market leading products and services in 14 core markets through our European banking network and another 18 countries worldwide.
Global Transaction Banking (GTB) of UniCredit is always present to perform your commercial requests with the minimum fuss.
This applies equally to trade financing, documentary business, cash management, export finance and securities services.
We provide you cutting edge services - whatever you need, and wherever you need it. As one of the leading partners in the business, we can promise 100% commitment to serve you best. And we prove it - day by day.
UniCredit could claim top global honours for Advisory, Financing, Overall Execution and Products, as well as for its services in Western Europe and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). The bank landed numerous #1 positions in the individual country rankings for All Services, including recognition as the best provider in CEE, Western Europe, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Croatia – as well as globally.
Coronavirus and the social distancing measures put in place by governments around the world to curtail its spread continue to impact companies of all sizes – as well as their supply chains. The management of short-term liquidity and working capital has become more important than ever, particularly for smaller businesses. Adeline de Metz, UniCredit’s Global Head of Working Capital Solutions, outlines how larger buyers are supporting their supply chains by implementing dynamic discounting programmes
The combination of paper and complexity not only exposes transactions to a high risk of human error, but can mean loss of key papers, copying mistakes, or even delays while the documents are in transit – a frustrating and slow way to do business. – Raphael Barisaac, Global Co-Head of Trade & Working Capital Solutions at UniCredit