Citi celebrates its 60 years contributing to the development and economic growth of the DR

For the general manager of Citi in the Dominican Republic, Máximo Vidal, providing financial services that translate into growth and economic progress for its clients, guiding them in their decisions, is part of Citi’s commitment to provide its allies with solid results every day.

“Since 1962, Citi has provided cutting-edge technology transfer that has marked the development of the Dominican financial system, together with the provision of first-line solutions. This, hand in hand with the trust and support of our clients, has anchored our legacy and presence in the Dominican Republic, making us one of the main financial institutions with foreign capital in the country, Vidal stressed.

Celebrating its 60th anniversary in the Dominican Republic, providing financial products and services to local and multinational corporations, financial institutions and public sector entities, Citi Dominican Republic held a meeting with its clients, where it thanked them for continuing to choose it as their partner to generate progress and growth.

The general manager of Citi highlighted that serving clients, shareholders and the communities where the bank operates, through work aimed at improving the lives of clients through innovative actions that capitalize on the scope and depth of the information , of the global network and world-class products, has been key in making Citi a driver of development for the country.

During the event held in the Grand Piantini room of the JW Marriott hotel, Citi clients were able to expand their knowledge with cutting-edge topics, which is part of the multinational’s commitment to offering services with high standards of responsibility and experience.


The financial multinational, says the executive, has managed to become a trusted partner for its clients through the responsible provision of financial services.

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It held two conferences with international experts, who provided clients with tools to encourage them to continue growing and expanding their companies.

The first conference, under the theme “Working Capital Management Solutions”, was given by Carlos H. Ballanti, Director of International Trade for Central America and the Caribbean at Citi. Meanwhile, the second, on “Navigating the Volatility of Citi’s Markets: Best Practices”, was given by Alexandra Thome, director of the Corporate Solutions and Public Sector Group at Citi.


Carlos H. Ballanti has a degree in Business Administration from the University of Buenos Aires and a postgraduate degree in Finance. He is currently responsible for the international trade business under Citi’s transactional banking for Central America and the Caribbean. Ballanti, has more than 25 years of experience in different positions.

As part of his current responsibility, Ballanti is in charge of expanding supplier financing programs, credit discounts, and implementing digital solutions to streamline local and international trade flows processed by Citi in his region.

Alexandra Thome has a master’s degree in economics. Thome is the current director of the Latam Corporate and Public Sector Solutions Group, with a focus on Central America and the Caribbean, where she is responsible for structuring and executing multi-asset solutions for CCA’s corporate and public sector clients.

Alexandra, who served in the country as Citi’s Head of Markets and Treasurer, has executed significant historical trades across asset classes and, prior to joining Citi, worked for the US Government in Washington, DC.

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