People: KeyCorp (KEY.N)

KEY.N on New York Stock Exchange

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Beth Mooney

59 2011 Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer

Donald Kimble

54 2013 Chief Financial Officer

Edward Burke

58 2014 Co-President of Key’s Community Bank

Dennis Devine

42 2014 Co-President of Key’s Community Bank

Craig Buffie

53 2013 Chief Human Resource Officer

William Hartmann

60 2012 Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer

Robert Morris

61 2006 Chief Accounting Officer

Amy Brady

47 2012 Chief Information Officer

Paul Harris

55 2011 General Counsel, Secretary

Robert DeAngelis

52 2013 Director of the Enterprise Program Management Office

Trina Evans

49 2013 Director of Corporate Center

Clark Khayat

42 2013 Director of Corporate Development

Alexander Cutler

62 Lead Independent Director

David Wilson

59 2014 Director

Joseph Carrabba

61 2009 Independent Director

Charles Cooley

58 2011 Independent Director

H. James Dallas

55 2005 Independent Director

Elizabeth Gile

58 2010 Independent Director

Ruth Gillis

59 2009 Independent Director

William Gisel

61 2011 Independent Director

Richard Hipple

61 2012 Independent Director

Kristen Manos

54 2009 Independent Director

Demos Parneros

51 2014 Independent Director

Barbara Snyder

59 2010 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Beth Mooney

Ms. Beth E. Mooney is Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer of KeyCorp. Ms. Mooney has been KeyCorp’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer since May 1, 2011. She was elected President and Chief Operating Officer on November 18, 2010 and served in that role until she became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Ms. Mooney joined KeyCorp in 2006 as a Vice Chair and head of Key Community Bank. Ms. Mooney has over 30 years of banking experience in retail banking, commercial lending, and real estate financing. Prior to joining KeyCorp, beginning in 2000 she served as Senior Executive Vice President at AmSouth Bancorp, a regional bank holding company that has merged with Regions Financial Corporation, and became Chief Financial Officer at AmSouth Bancorp as well in 2004. Ms. Mooney ran AmSouth’s banking operations in Tennessee and Northern Louisiana before becoming its Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Prior to joining AmSouth, Ms. Mooney completed line assignments of increasing responsibility at Bank One Corporation, Citicorp Real Estate, Inc., Hall Financial Group and Republic Bank of Texas/First Republic. At Bank One, Ms. Mooney served as Regional President in Akron and Dayton, Ohio, and then as President of Bank One Ohio, managing markets throughout the state. Ms. Mooney is a member of the Financial Services Roundtable and serves in leadership roles in a number of civic and community organizations.

Donald Kimble

Mr. Donald R. Kimble Jr., has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer of KeyCorp effective June 3, 2013. Mr. Kimble also served as director and president of Huntington Preferred Capital Inc. from 2004 through 2013. During his nine year career at Huntington Bancshares Incorporated, Mr. Kimble served as Chief Financial Officer responsible for treasury, accounting, tax, financial planning and analysis, business segment financial support, investor relations and mergers and acquisitions. Prior to joining Huntington, Mr. Kimble was the executive vice president of finance and controller for AmSouth Bancorporation, a bank holding company in Birmingham, Alabama. Prior to that, Mr. Kimble was with Bank One for 13 years, serving in various accounting and subsidiary chief financial officer positions. Mr. Kimble graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in business administration.

Edward Burke

Mr. Edward J. Burke is Co-President of Key’s Community Bank of the Company. He joined Key in 2000 and currently leads KeyBank Real Estate Capital and Key Community Development Lending. During his career at Key, in addition to Real Estate Capital Burke has been responsible for Key’s Treasury Management, Foreign Exchange, Derivatives, Public Sector and Institutional Asset Services groups. Prior to joining KeyBank, Burke was President and a founding member of Kansas City-based National Realty Funding, LC – a master, primary and special servicer as well as an originator/seller of commercial mortgage loans for securitization – that was acquired by KeyCorp in 2000.

Dennis Devine

Mr. Dennis Devine is Co-President of Key’s Community Bank of the Company. He joined Key in 2012 and currently leads Key’s Consumer & Small Business Segment. He has been responsible for business performance and strategic direction of Key’s retail businesses across 12 states and nearly 2 million clients. Prior to joining Key, Devine served as Group Executive Vice President and Director of U.S. Distribution at Citizens Financial Group and in leadership positions at PNC Bank.

Craig Buffie

Mr. Craig A. Buffie has been appointed as the Chief Human Resource Officer of KeyCorp. During his 27 year career at Bank of America, Buffie served in numerous human resources executive positions supporting technology and operations, consumer, small business, and the corporate and investment bank. Most recently, he was Head of Home Loans Sales and Fulfillment for Bank of America. He holds an MBA in Finance and Marketing from the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, and a bachelor's degree in Economics from Penn State University.

William Hartmann

Mr. William L. Hartmann is Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer of KeyCorp., since July 12, 2012. Mr. Hartmann joined KeyCorp in 2010 as its Chief Credit Officer. Prior to joining KeyCorp, Mr. Hartmann spent 29 years at Citigroup (a multinational financial services institution) where his most recent position was global head of Large Corporate Risk Management. While at Citigroup, he held numerous roles with increasing responsibility, including chief risk officer, Asia Pacific, head of Global Portfolio Management, co-head of Leveraged Finance Capital Markets and global head of Loan Sales & Trading. Mr. Hartmann has been an executive officer of KeyCorp since 2012.

Robert Morris

Mr. Robert L. Morris is Chief Accounting Officer of KeyCorp., since 2006. He is an executive officer of KeyCorp since 2006.

Amy Brady

Ms. Amy G. Brady has been Chief Information Officer of KeyCorp., since May 16, 2012. Prior to joining KeyCorp, Ms. Brady spent 25 years at Bank of America, where she most recently served as Chief Information Officer, Enterprise Technology and Operations at Bank of America, supporting technology and operations delivery for key enterprise functions. Ms. Brady has been an executive officer of KeyCorp since 2012.

Paul Harris

Mr. Paul N. Harris is General Counsel, Secretary of KeyCorp. Mr. Harris has been the General Counsel and Secretary of KeyCorp since 2003 and an executive officer of KeyCorp since 2004.

Robert DeAngelis

Mr. Robert A. DeAngelis has been the Director of the Enterprise Program Management Office for KeyCorp since November 2011, providing leadership for KeyCorp’s large-scale, organization-wide initiatives. He previously served as the Consumer Segment executive with responsibility for developing client strategies and programs for Key’s Community Bank Consumer and Small Business segments. He became an executive officer of KeyCorp in March 2013.

Trina Evans

Ms. Trina M. Evans has been the Director of Corporate Center for KeyCorp since August 2012. Prior to this role, Ms. Evans was the Chief Administrative Officer for Key Community Bank and the Director of Client Experience for KeyBank. During her career with KeyCorp, she has served in a variety of senior management roles associated with the call center, internet banking, retail banking, distribution management and information technology. She became an executive officer of KeyCorp in March 2013.

Clark Khayat

Mr. Clark H. I. Khayat has been the Director of Corporate Development for KeyCorp since July 2012. In that role, Mr. Khayat has responsibility for all areas of KeyCorp’s strategy, corporate development, and performance management. Prior to joining KeyCorp, Mr. Khayat served as the Senior Controller of Personal Lines for Progressive Corporation (an insurance company). He also previously served as a business leader for corporate development, capital management and investor relations for Progressive. Prior to 2010, Mr. Khayat was the co-founder and a Partner of Maracap Partners, LLC, a consulting and investing firm. Mr. Khayat became an executive officer of KeyCorp in March 2013.

Alexander Cutler

Mr. Alexander M. Cutler is Lead Independent Director of KeyCorp. Mr. Cutler is the Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, and President of Eaton, a global diversified power management company with approximately 103,000 employees that sells products in more than 170 countries. As chairman and chief executive officer of a Fortune 200 company, Mr. Cutler regularly reviews financial reports, risk management structure, policies and compliance activities, controls systems, information technology systems, company pension and deferred compensation plans, and foreign exchange and interest rate risks. He also has experience in acquisition/divestiture negotiations and integrations. Mr. Cutler assumed his current position at Eaton in 2000 after 25 years with the company and its predecessors. Mr. Cutler serves in leadership roles in civic and community organizations. He chairs The Business Roundtable Corporate Governance Committee and is also a member of The Business Council.

David Wilson

Mr. David K. Wilson is appointed as Director of KeyCorp., effective July 9, 2014. Prior to retiring in 2013. Prior to retiring in 2013, Wilson held various posts within the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) over a total of 32 years. Wilson served as the lead Examiner-In-Charge of two large, global banks and also held a number of policy-focused roles during his time at the agency, including Senior National Bank Examiner and co-chair of the OCC’s national risk committee. In 2010, Wilson was appointed Deputy Comptroller for Credit and Market Risk and also served as Senior Deputy Comptroller and Chief National Bank Examiner in 2011. He originally joined the OCC in 1976. He also spent time in the banking industry from 1992 to 1995, serving as a Senior Vice President at First Interstate Bancorp and then becoming Executive Vice President and Senior Credit Review Officer, where he managed all credit review activities in the corporation. Wilson is a summa cum laude graduate of the University of Missouri where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Banking and Finance in 1976.

Joseph Carrabba

Mr. Joseph A. Carrabba is an Independent Director of KeyCorp. Since 2007, Mr. Carrabba has been the Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Cliffs Natural Resources, Inc. Mr. Carrabba joined Cliffs in 2005 as President and Chief Operating Officer and became President and Chief Executive Officer in 2006. Mr. Carrabba joined Cliffs from Rio Tinto, a global mining company where he served for 22 years in a variety of leadership capacities at locations worldwide, including the United States, Asia, Australia, Canada, and Europe. Before relocating to Rio Tinto’s Diavik Diamond Mines, Inc. in Canada’s Northwest Territory where he served most recently as President, he spearheaded the development and implementation of Rio Tinto’s Six Sigma initiative (an initiative using data measurements and statistics to identify factors to reduce waste, defects and costs and thereby increase bottom line benefits to customers and shareholders) at its bauxite mining operation in Australia. Mr. Carrabba serves in leadership roles in a number of civic and community organizations.

Charles Cooley

Mr. Charles P. Cooley has been appointed as an Independent Director of KeyCorp. Mr. Cooley was Chief Financial Officer of The Lubrizol Corporation from 1998 until he retired in 2011 following Berkshire Hathaway’s purchase of the company. At Lubrizol, Mr. Cooley had global responsibility for all aspects of its finance function and also oversaw its corporate development and strategic planning activities. Prior to joining Lubrizol, Mr. Cooley held positions of increasing responsibility in finance at Atlantic Richfield Company for 15 years, including treasury, capital markets, corporate development, and operating segment financial management. Mr. Cooley began his career in the National Banking Division of Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company following completion of the bank’s management training program. Mr. Cooley serves in leadership roles in a number of civic and community organizations.

H. James Dallas

Mr. H. James Dallas is an Independent Director of KeyCorp. Mr. Dallas is Senior Vice President of Quality and Operations at Medtronic, Inc., a global medical technology company that employs approximately 45,000 people and does business in more than 120 countries. Mr. Dallas previously served as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Medtronic. In his role as Senior Vice President of Quality and Operations, Mr. Dallas has responsibility for executing cross-business initiatives to maximize the company’s global operating leveraging. Mr. Dallas also serves as a member of Medtronic’s executive management team. Prior to joining Medtronic in 2006, Mr. Dallas was Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Georgia-Pacific Corporation, a maker of forest products. At Georgia Pacific, Mr. Dallas held a series of progressively more responsible information technology and operating roles. Mr. Dallas began his career as an internal auditor for C&S National Bank, a regional bank in Atlanta, Georgia, and has experience as a cost accountant with a focus on profitability and key profit drivers. The majority of Mr. Dallas’s career has been focused on bridging the gap between strategy and execution; specifically, enterprise-wide projects and acquisition integration. In addition, he has years of experience with IT security and data privacy. Mr. Dallas serves on the boards of civic and community organizations.

Elizabeth Gile

Ms. Elizabeth R. Gile is an Independent Director of KeyCorp. In 2005, Ms. Gile retired from Deutsche Bank AG (“Deutsche Bank”) where she was Managing Director and the Global Head of the Loan Exposure Management Group (2003 to 2005). During her career, Ms. Gile had the opportunity to focus on many aspects of credit origination and risk management. In her role at Deutsche Bank, she created and ran a business division to manage the bank’s $80 billion wholesale loan portfolio using capital market instruments and derivatives to reduce the volatility of financial results. Ms. Gile also spent the first 24 years of her career at J.P. Morgan (1977 to 2001) where she was responsible at varying points for J.P. Morgan’s North American business involving high grade credit markets trading, credit portfolio management, corporate lending and credit research. Following her service at J.P. Morgan, Ms. Gile served as Vice Chair of Toronto Dominion Securities and Head of Portfolio Management for the company from 2001 to 2002. Since her retirement, Ms. Gile served from 2007 to 2009 as Managing Director and Senior Strategic Advisor to BlueMountain Capital Management, a hedge fund management company. Ms. Gile has been a Director of Deutsche Bank Trust Corporation and Deutsche Bank Americas since 2005 and serves in leadership roles in a number of civic and community organizations.

Ruth Gillis

Ms. Ruth Ann M. Gillis is an Independent Director of KeyCorp. Since 2008, Ms. Gillis has been an Executive Vice President of the Exelon Corporation, serving as Chief Administrative Officer. Exelon is an electric utility company. Previously, Ms. Gillis was a Senior Vice President at Exelon from 2005 to 2008. Ms. Gillis serves as President of Exelon Business Services Company, a subsidiary of Exelon, which encompasses information technology, supply chain, legal, communications, human resources and finance, as well as other advisory, professional, technical and support services. As President of Exelon Business Services Company, Ms. Gillis is responsible for providing oversight for transactional and corporate services for the Exelon system of companies. Ms. Gillis is a member of Exelon’s executive committee, pension investment committee, and the corporate risk management committee as well as a member of the Exelon Foundation Board. Ms. Gillis previously served as Chief Financial Officer of Exelon. Ms. Gillis’ previous experience includes service as Unicom Corporation’s Chief Financial Officer and prior thereto as Treasurer where she was responsible for overseeing Unicom Corporation’s financing activities, cash management, financial risk management, and treasury functions. She began her professional career in banking and held leadership positions at First Chicago and American National Bank & Trust (now J.P. Morgan). Ms. Gillis serves in leadership roles in a number of civic and community organizations.

William Gisel

Mr. William G. Gisel, Jr., has been an Independent Director of KeyCorp. Mr. Gisel serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Rich Products Corporation, a global manufacturer and supplier of frozen foods with annual sales of approximately $3 billion. Prior to becoming Chief Executive Officer in 2006, Mr. Gisel held positions of increasing responsibility with the company, including Chief Operating Officer and President of the company’s Food Group and Executive Vice President for International and Strategic Planning. Mr. Gisel began his career at Rich’s as General Counsel and also spent four years at Philips, Lytle, LLC. Mr. Gisel is a member of the Board of Directors of the Grocery Manufacturers Association and holds leadership roles in a number of civic and community organizations. community organizations.

Richard Hipple

Mr. Richard J. Hipple is Independent Director of KeyCorp. Mr. Hipple is the Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer of Materion Corporation (formerly known as Brush Engineered Materials Inc.), a manufacturer of engineered advanced materials and related services. Mr. Hipple has served as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Materion since 2006 and President since 2005. Mr. Hipple was Vice President of Strip Products, Performance Alloys of Materion from July 2001 to May 2002, when he became President of Performance Alloys of Materion. Prior to joining Materion, Mr. Hipple served in the steel industry for 26 years in a number of capacities including project engineer, strategic planning, supply chain management, operations, sales and marketing, and executive management. Mr. Hipple is a member of the boards of a number of civic and community organizations.

Kristen Manos

Ms. Kristen L. Manos is an Independent Director of KeyCorp. Ms. Manos has been President of Wilsonart Americas since February 2012. Located in Temple, Texas, Wilsonart is the producer of high pressure decorative laminate in North America. Ms. Manos was a partner at Sanderson Berry Co., a private investment advisory services firm located in Holland, Michigan from 2009 to February 2012, where she was involved in business strategy and marketing consulting. Ms. Manos is a former Executive Vice President of Herman Miller, Inc. (2004 to 2009). Herman Miller researches, designs, manufactures, and distributes furnishings for use worldwide in various environments including office, healthcare, educational, and residential settings.Ms. Manos was President of Herman Miller’s North American office business, where she directly participated in corporate risk evaluation, risk management and scenario planning for clients and their facilities. Ms. Manos’ experience spans marketing, finance, manufacturing, and general management. She has led global product development, business development, customer service, and manufacturing teams, and has experience in mergers and acquisitions. Ms. Manos serves on the Board and Finance Committee of International Relief and Development, a non-governmental organization that delivers approximately $500 million in development assistance annually.She served as a director from 2007 until 2008.

Demos Parneros

Mr. Demos Parneros is an Independent Director of the KeyCorp. Mr. Parneros has been employed by Staples, Inc. for more than 25 years and, since 2012, has served as President, U.S. Stores and Staples.com. Prior to his current position at Staples, Parneros held the position of President, U.S. Stores since 2002. Mr. Parneros serves on Staples’ executive committee and has had a keen operational focus on Staples’ online and mobile channels. He received his B.S. in Business from NYU.

Barbara Snyder

Ms. Barbara R. Snyder is an Independent Director of KeyCorp. Ms. Snyder is President of Case Western Reserve University, a private research university located in Cleveland, Ohio, and has held this post since 2007. Prior to becoming President of Case Western Reserve University, Ms. Snyder served as Executive Vice President and Provost of The Ohio State University (“OSU”). She previously served as Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Human Resources at OSU. She served as a faculty member of the university’s Moritz College of Law from 1998 to 2007. From 2000 to 2007 she held the Joanne W. Murphy/Classes of 1965 and 1973 Professorship at OSU. Ms. Snyder began her academic career in 1983 as an assistant professor at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Law. Ms. Snyder has taken a leadership role on the boards of several nonprofit organizations including BioEnterprise, whose focus is on healthcare and bioresearch.
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