Cashier Service Line


The RSCE Cashier performs the Treasury/Cashier role for all RSCE client missions and is fully responsible for managing all client missions house banks and releasing all payments originating from the RSCE client missions and all other payments assigned to the RSCE house banks. The house banks under the RSCE Cashier’s responsibility are: 

  • ABSA Bank Uganda 

  • Citi Bank Congo 

  • Citi Bank Kenya 

  • Bank of Khartoum 

  • Ecobank Central Afrique 

  • Standard Chartered Bank Kenya 

  • Barclay’s Bank of Ghana 

  • Ecobank Guinea Conakry 

  • Standard Chartered Bank Sierra Leone 

  • Inter Bank Burundi 

  • Citi Bank Libreville 

  • Citi Bank Abidjan Cote d’Ivoire 

  • BDM, Bamako. 

  • Eco Bank South Sudan 

  • Aman Bank Libya 

  • Citibank Senegal 

  • Eco Bank Guinea Bissau 

  • Citibank Morroco 


The RSCE Cashier disburses payments assigned to the RSCE house banks and liaises daily with UN Treasury at the Headquarters and all other UN cashiers for all overseas payments of vendors and personnel processed by the RSCE Service Lines and Client missions. The Cashier Service line processes cheque payments for staff checking in and out of the RSCE. 

The RSCE cashier mainly serves all RSCE client missions but may also release payments of other UN agencies if their payments are destined to any of the countries where those particular RSCE house banks are located.  

The RSCE Cashier also maintains Business Partner (BP) information in Umoja, inputting and changing bank details for both vendors and staff for all RSCE client missions and approves all banking details for the RSCE house banks and Vendors. 

The Cashier service Line is staffed with 19 staff: 6 International and 13 National. 

 The service Line releases an average of 72,000 transactions and creates and approves over 12,600 banking details for all RSCE house banks for staff and vendors quarterly.