Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : July 9th 2015 Contents A42
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, July 9, 2015
Citibank (Trinidad & Tobago) Limited is seeking a qualified individual to fill the role of
COUNTRY CORPORATE OFFICER (CCO)
Citigroup Institutional Clients Group (ICG) is a leading provider of Cash Management, Trade and Treasury
Services, Securities and Fund Services, and Capital Markets products and services to financial institutions and
corporate clients around the world. With a global network spanning over 100 countries, we are uniquely
qualified to service clients with local and cross-border interests and provide integrated reporting and
The CCO role represents local Citi franchise as a whole, partnering together with all other local Citi executives
to ensure the protection and growth of Citi's country franchise. Main responsibilities are:
• Franchise Governance: direct responsibility for all local regulatory relationships, country risk management,
internal controls and corporate governance, including: to protect Citi's franchise and reputation in the
Franchise Management: responsible for providing a single coordinated face to the local marketplace -- One
Citi Leadership. Additionally, is responsible for presenting a consolidated budget, annual business plan and
strategic plan for their country, knowing and understanding the overall performance of business and
functions, facilitating cross business dialogue and opportunities and for senior client representation.
Business Management: manage the full country Profit & Loss, taking into account any legislative, regulatory
or other local related matter.
Safety and Soundness: accountable for the protection of Citi's people, franchise, reputation and premises
including: crisis management, decision making, escalation, and communications.
Business Scope includes: Trinidad, Barbados, ICG Bahamas and Un-branched territories which includes
Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, Bahamas, Bermuda, BVI, Cayman Islands, Turks & Caicos, The Eastern
Caribbean, Guyana and Suriname.
Risk assessment (environmental, credit, portfolio, market, operating, process and people);
Communication skills (strategic and tactical, internal and external, multi-level);
Judgment (escalation, people, calm under pressure);
Influence skills that reflect the matrix reporting nature of Citi's global organization and business construct.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE - Applicant must have a minimum of:
Masters from a recognized University in Business or a related discipline.
A minimum of eight (8) years experience and skill set developed through an understanding of all aspects
of the business.
International Market and Industry awareness with business administration and/or macro-economic
background: (Analytical, Numerical, Comfort presenting to customers and seniors).
Proven track record in Sales Leadership and attainment of targets
Worked extensively with diverse clients and cultures in Latin America
Ability to work independently, ability to multi-task and drive multiple assignments to completion
Excellent communication skills required to influence and negotiate with senior leaders (across functions
Strong trouble shooting/problem solving skills
Multi-Lingual - fluent in English and Spanish
A leading Distribution Company in Caroni is
looking for persons to fill the following position:
Minimum of two (2) years driving experience.
Minimum of one (1) year sales experience
Excellent geographic knowledge of Trinidad
Attractive Remuneration Package Offered
Call for an interview 397-8439
Email resume along with a passport sized
photo to: email@example.com
M. G. DALY & PARTNERS
and Notaries Public
115A Abercromby Street
Port of Spain
LP NO. 10 DYETTE STREET EXTENSION
that an action has been commenced against
in the High Court of Justice Claim number
in which the Claimant claims
against the above First Named Defendant:
(1) The sum of
due and owing to it by the Defendant under the terms of
Mortgage Bill of Sale dated the 29th day of March, 2012 and registered as No.
(2) Interest ; and
service on you of the Claim Form and Statement of Case issued herein in this
action on the 11th day of February 2015 is effected by this advertisement once per week for
must within twenty-one (21) days from the
last date of publication of this advertisement whichever is the later acknowledge service of
the said Claim Form and Statement of Case by completing and filing at the Court House, Hall
of Justice, Knox Street, Port of Spain the prescribed form of the Appearance, which may be
obtained at the Court Office at the Hall of Justice, Knox Street, Port of Spain.
that if no Appearance is entered within the said twenty-one (21)
days from the date of this publication of the advertisement then the Claimant may proceed
against you and judgment will be given in your absence.
that a copy of the Claim Form and Statement of Case can be
obtained at M. G. Daly & Partners of 115A Abercromby Street, Port of Spain, Attorney-at-
Law for the Claimant.
Dated this 9th day of July, 2015.
ALGIERS---Authorities say ethnic
clashes over two days have left at
least 22 people dead around Alge-
ria s southern oasis city of
Ghardaia, prompting the presi-
dent to call an urgent security
The prefecture put the number
of dead in clashes between Arabs
and Berbers at 22, raising the death
toll by four. Three of the 22 were
killed a day earlier.
The official APS news agency
said most of the deaths were from
"projectiles" and occurred in Guer-
rara, 120 kilometres (75 miles)
northeast of Ghardaia. One person
was fatally wounded in Ghardaia
when hit by a rock to the head.
Dozens of others were injured,
some seriously, APS said.
It said President Abdelaziz Boute-
flika met with the prime minister,
defence officials, the army chief of
staff and others to discuss the grav-
ity of the latest confrontations more
than 600 kilometres (375 miles)
south of Algiers. APS cited sources
close to the president s office.
The daily El Watan reported gun-
fire during the unrest, and wrote
that "masked hordes on big motor-
bikes were combing neighbour-
hoods of Guerrara and seeding ter-
ror among the population."
Riot police moved in to quell the
clashes that included fires and van-
dalism targeting shops, cars and
public buildings in the towns of
Guerrara, Ghardaia and Berianne,
40 kilometres (25 miles) north of
Ghardaia, the news agency report-
ed.Ghardaia, a UNESCO world her-
itage site, has been at the epicentre
of the unrest. Members of the local
Berber community, known as Moz-
abites, speak their own language
and follow a different school of
Islam than the majority of Alge-
rians. The two groups compete
over limited jobs, land and housing
in the impoverished south.
Tensions escalated after a Moz-
abite cemetery was desecrated in
December 2013. By October of last
year, a dozen people had been killed
and hundreds injured in clashes.
Ethnic clashes in Algeria kill 22
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