Enrico Camerinelli

Enrico Camerinelli

Strategic Advisor

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

Enrico Camerinelli is a Strategic Advisor at Aite-Novarica specializing in commercial banking, cash and trade finance, and payments. Based in Milan, he brings a strong European focus to Aite-Novarica’s Commercial Banking practice.

Enrico 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.

Enrico 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 nonprofit serving the logistics and supply-chain industry. In that capacity, Enrico 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. Enrico 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.


Thursday, April 28, 2022 | 11:00 a.m. ET
Data extracted from multiple sources (e.g., bank accounts and internal company databases, enterprise information systems, local repositories) must be processed to become useful information. Whether through manual input or automatically triggered, the user must have available the instruments to...
Wednesday, April 13, 2022 | 11:00 a.m. ET
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May 11, 2022
The sequence of the components of the API acronym—application, programming, interface—does not reflect the sequence in which they are deployed to build an API asset. In fact, “interface” is the first structural component that builds the bridge between the systems to exchange the “applications.” These applications are developed by one party, then accessed via the interface and “consumed” by the...
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April 14, 2022
Disruption from the Covid-19 pandemic has shown how vital healthy global supply chains are to economies and to communities overall. Beyond the pandemic, a new rising issue in the form of inflationary pressures has intensified. This inflation is one of the most severe, virulent factors among those contributing to the disruption of global supply chains. With supply chains suffering, companies...
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Oct 19-20, 2021
London, England
As businesses begin to imagine what the end of the pandemic could look like, it is abundantly clear that we are not returning to the old normal. The global pandemic brought about new changes that are felt in every aspect of business and the receivables finance industry is not an exception.  ...

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