KeyCorp has named Christopher Gorman as president of Key Corporate. He will report to KeyCorp’s president and chief operating officer (COO), Beth Mooney.
Key Corporate Bank, formerly Key National Banking, includes the company’s commercial real estate, corporate banking services, treasury management, equipment finance, investment banking and capital markets businesses.
Gorman has been with Key since 1991, and has 27 years of experience in corporate and investment banking. He presently leads the Key business groups, previously known as Key National Banking, that provide corporate and investment banking, capital markets, commercial real estate and equipment finance solutions for Key clients. Previously, Gorman served as president of KeyBanc Capital Markets and led Key’s middle-market and large-corporate banking groups. He is a member of KeyCorp’s management committee. Gorman holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Miami University.
Mooney was named KeyCorp president and COO on 18 November 2010, and will succeed KeyCorp chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) Henry Meyer III when he retires effective 1 May 2011.
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