Christopher Motl, executive vice president of Middle Market Banking for Webster Bank, was promoted to executive vice president and head of Commercial Banking.
In his new role, Motl will lead all Commercial Banking business units including Webster Capital Finance, the equipment finance division of the bank. He will also lead Sponsor and Specialty Finance, Middle Market Banking, Commercial Real Estate, Webster Business Credit and Treasury and Payment Solutions/Government and Institutional Banking.
In this new capacity, Motl will also become a member of the executive management committee. He was also promoted to executive vice president of Webster Financial.
Motl joined Webster in 2004 and prior to his 2015 promotion to executive vice president, Motl was senior vice president and director of Middle Market Segment Banking. Before joining Webster, Motl worked at CoBank, where he was a vice president and relationship manager.
“Chris’s promotion recognizes his strong leadership and exceptional business performance,” said John Ciulla, president of Webster. “Since joining Webster, Chris’s ability to acquire and develop profitable relationships and to manage high-performing teams has enabled him to build a highly successful, competitively differentiating platform in Middle Market Banking.”
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