Enrico Camerinelli

Enrico Camerinelli

Senior Analyst

Areas of Expertise: Cash Management, Corporate Treasury, Global Cash Management, Liquidity Management, Open Banking, Supply Chain Finance, Trade Finance, Transaction and Corporate Banking

Enrico Camerinelli is a senior analyst at Aite Group specializing in wholesale banking, cash and trade finance, and payments. Based in Milan, he brings a strong European focus to Aite Group’s Wholesale Banking practice.

Mr. Camerinelli has been widely quoted by publications ranging from American Banker to the Financial Times. He has contributed editorial content to publications such as Supply Chain Europe, serves as a consulting editor with gtnews, and is the author of Measuring the Value of the Supply Chain, a book about linking financial performance to the supply chain. He has spoken at leading trade shows and conferences in Europe, including Sibos and EuroFinance.

Mr. Camerinelli has extensive experience within his areas of coverage as well as in providing research and consulting services to clients. Most recently, he served as a senior analyst with Celent, focusing on the financial supply chain and Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA). Prior to that, he was the European director and chief analyst at the Supply Chain Council, a non-profit serving the logistics and supply-chain industry. In that capacity, Mr. Camerinelli provided independent research and advisory services as well as business development and budget control for the organization. Before that, he was a vice president and research leader at META Group’s Electronic Business Strategies service, tracking trends in supply chain management, product life-cycle management, e-procurement, and sourcing. He also spent 10 years working as a supply chain manager at various manufacturing and automotive companies. Mr. Camerinelli graduated from Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza with a degree in Business Engineering. He speaks fluent Italian and English and is proficient in Spanish.


Wednesday, July 29, 2020 | 2 p.m. SST
The COVID-19 pandemic has been unprecedented, leading to greater geopolitical uncertainties and increased market turbulence. The adoption of new business models becomes the focus as banks compete to stay relevant and future-proof their international Trade and Supply Chain Finance business. To...
Thursday, May 28, 2020 | 8 a.m. ET
In the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, every company—large and small—is trying to find available sources of cash to keep the business running. SCF techniques and instruments provide the answer, and the industry must finally understand SCF and remove any obstacles that may hinder...

Analyst Views

March 6, 2017
Despite the outlook on blockchain adoption for financial services starting to move from excitement to criticism, trade facilitation business processes represent a stronghold for blockchain-based programs, as long as basic change management principles hold true. There is a mounting debate about the limits of blockchain in the world of financial services. Financial consortia R3 and Swift declare...
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March 6, 2017
R3’s recent announcements warn banks to carefully watch blockchain as long as the technology remains immature. This comes at a time when blockchain-based initiatives see financial institutions taking the driver’s seat. The path to blockchain maturity demands the guiding role of bank industry independent associations, exactly what R3 is. This article takes the perspective of corporate banks. R3...
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