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Peter S. Mottek Celebrates Nearly 30 Years in Banking

Peter S. Mottek is celebrating the fact that he has been working in the banking industry for nearly years.
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    BOCA RATON, FL, December 21, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Peter S. Mottek is happy to be celebrating his accomplishment of working in the banking industry for almost 30 years. Peter S. Mottek has been working in the banking field for quite a long time, and he is proud of the success that he has seen in the industry. He is also pleased to know that he has been able to make a difference in his field.

Peter S. Mottek first started out in the banking industry in March of 1984 with Citibank. Then, after working several jobs in Sales and Bank Operations in the USA and the Caribbean, he became the Country Business Manager for the Consumer Bank in Lima, Peru from 1996 thru 1998. There he opened the Consumer Bank from inception. Later, he was then transferred to Sao Paulo to become the Country Business Manager of the much larger Consumer Business in Brazil.

Peter S. Mottek worked in Brazil until April of 2000. In May of 2000, he became the Senior Product Manager for Citibank International for the Latin American and Caribbean regions. His office was located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Peter S. Mottek worked there for a year before moving on to become the President and CEO of the First Southern Bank in Boca Raton, Florida.

Peter S. Mottek was in that position until September of 2007. In October of 2007, Peter S. Mottek became the CEO and Country Manager for Barclays Bank, PLC in Portugal. Peter S. Mottek ran the company for many successful years before he achieved one of the biggest accomplishments of his professional career. In December of 2010, Peter S. Mottek helped Barclays in acquiring Citi Cards credit cards business in Lisbon.

A few years later, in March of 2012, Peter S. Mottek aided in the consolidation of Retail and Business Banking division between Portugal and Spain. Today, Peter S. Mottek is now the Co-CEO in Iberia and Country Manager of Barclays in Portugal.

Peter S. Mottek says, "I have enjoyed working for Barclays a great deal. I am proud of what we have been able to do for the company.

Peter S. Mottek continues to say, "While I enjoy helping in business acquisitions, I also enjoy helping with Barclays' community charity efforts as well." Peter S. Mottek and Barclays have helped the people of Portugal in a variety of ways.

A few years ago, a series of fires devastated forests in Portugal. From 2008 until 2012, Peter S. Mottek and Barclays helped to plant over 100,000 trees. For the next 20 years, Barclays has vowed to continue to help in the development of the newly renewed forests. Additionally, Peter S. Mottek has worked with Barclays with Food Banks in Portugal. Each year, Peter S. Mottek and his family prepare, pack, and give out food to those in need.

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