Celent’s Corporate Banking Practice Welcomes Alenka Grealish

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30 April 2017
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Celent’s Corporate Banking Practice Welcomes Alenka Grealish

NEW YORK -- Celent is pleased to announce that Alenka Grealish will be joining the Banking practice as a Senior Analyst based in San Francisco. Her research will focus on innovation in treasury management services, trade finance, working capital finance, and the implications for customer journeys across segments, including small business. As part of her research, she will track the digitization of the financial supply chain, and the rise of fintechs and new business and revenue models.

“I’m thrilled to welcome Alenka to Celent as a key member of the corporate banking team, now stronger than ever,” commented Dan Latimore, Senior Vice President of Celent’s Banking practice. “Her deep expertise, wide range of industry contacts, and incisive perspective on these rapidly changing markets will benefit our clients, both corporate banks and their services providers.”

“There’s never been a more exciting time to be researching corporate banking,” commented Alenka Grealish. “Technological advances and new business models are generating meaningful changes all along the corporate banking value chain. I’m looking forward to helping clients navigate the changes and seize the opportunities.”

Prior to joining Celent, Ms. Grealish worked for The Boston Consulting Group, where she was the Global Segment Manager of Transaction Banking and Payments. She started her career as an associate economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.


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