There’s little that Jeroen Reyes Stolker, MBA 2000, doesn’t know about international banking. In a 15-year career that spans the UK, Spain, and the United Arab Emirates, he has held senior leadership roles in international financial organisations with the likes of Citi and Barclays Bank.
Today he heads up trade and working capital for Barclays Corporate Banking in the Middle East. His success, he says, stems from a decision he took as a 28-year old engineer in Venezuela.
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