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In support of a depositary receipt program, Citi Depositary Receipt Services provides issuers with access to the following value-added resources:
Escrow and Specialized Agency
American Depositary Receipt (ADR) – Non-U.S. companies can access the U.S. market through an ADR. An ADR is generally treated as a U.S. security, quoted and traded in USD and are subject to the trading and settlement procedures of the market in which they trade. Trading venues include U.S. national stock exchanges and the OTC market.
Global Depositary Receipt (GDR) – Non-U.S. companies can access international markets, typically in Europe and generally made available to institutional investors both outside and within the U.S. It is usually offered to investors through a private offering or exemption from registration under the Securities Act of 1933.
Guidelines and Forms for Europe-Based Bond Programs
US Bond Programs
Obtain the necessary information to register and transfer your bonds using the link below.
Guidelines and Forms for US-Based Bond Programs
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Citi issued GDNs for over 20 emerging markets and is positioned to best service GDN clients and holders, backed by a wealth of expertise and comprehensive suite of value-added resources. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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