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KeyCorp (KEY.N)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Beth Mooney

63 2011 Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer

Donald Kimble

57 2017 Vice Chairman of the Board, Chief Financial Officer

Christopher Gorman

57 2017 Vice Chairman and President of Banking

Craig Buffie

56 2017 Chief Human Resource Officer

Clark Khayat

43 2018 Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer

Douglas Schosser

47 2015 Chief Accounting Officer, Executive Officer

Amy Brady

51 2012 Chief Information Officer

Mark Midkiff

56 2018 Chief Risk Officer

Paul Harris

59 2011 General Counsel, Executive Officer, Secretary

Edward Burke

61 2014 Co-President, Commercial and Private Banking of Key’s Community Bank and Executive Officer

Dennis Devine

46 2014 Co-President, Consumer and Small Business of Key Community Bank and Executive Officer

Kevin Ryan

56 2016 Executive Officer

Robert DeAngelis

56 2017 Director of Quality and Productivity Management

Trina Evans

53 2013 Director of Corporate Center

Angela Mago

52 2016 Co-Head - Key Corporate Bank

Kim Manigault

2018 Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer

Andrew Paine

48 2016 Co-Head - Key Corporate Bank

Alexander Cutler

66 Lead Independent Director

Gary Crosby

64 2016 Director

Bruce Broussard

55 2015 Independent Director

Charles Cooley

62 2011 Independent Director

H. James Dallas

59 2005 Independent Director

Elizabeth Gile

62 2010 Independent Director

Ruth Ann Gillis

63 2009 Independent Director

William Gisel

65 2011 Independent Director

Carlton Highsmith

66 2016 Independent Director

Richard Hipple

65 2012 Independent Director

Kristen Manos

58 2009 Independent Director

Demos Parneros

56 2014 Independent Director

Barbara Snyder

62 2010 Independent Director

David Wilson

63 2014 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Beth Mooney

Ms. Beth E. Mooney is Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer of the Company. 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 Vice Chair and head of Key Community Bank. Prior to joining KeyCorp, Ms. Mooney served in a number of executive and senior finance roles with banks and bank holding companies including AmSouth Bancorp (where she served as Chief Financial Officer), Bank One Corporation, Citicorp Real Estate, Inc., Hall Financial Group, and Republic Bank of Texas/First Republic. Ms. Mooney is a member of The Clearing House, The Business Council, and the Financial Services Roundtable, a board member of the Greater Cleveland Partnership and Catalyst, Co-Chair of the 2017/2018 campaign of the United Way of Greater Cleveland, a trustee and Treasurer of the board of the Musical Arts Association, and a trustee of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. On January 1, 2018, Ms. Mooney was appointed to a second one-year term as the Fourth Federal Reserve District’s representative on the Federal Advisory Council.

Donald Kimble

Mr. Donald R. Kimble, Jr. is an Vice Chairman of the Board, Chief Financial Officer of the Company. He 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.

Christopher Gorman

Mr. Christopher M. Gorman is an Vice Chairman and President of Banking of the Company. He became Merger Integration Executive responsible for leading the integration efforts related to KeyCorp’s merger with First Niagara Financial Group, Inc. Previously, Mr. Gorman was the President of Key Corporate Bank from 2010 to 2016. He previously served as a KeyCorp Senior Executive Vice President and head of Key National Banking during 2010. Mr. Gorman was an Executive Vice President of KeyCorp (2002 to 2010) and served as President of KeyBanc Capital Markets Inc. (2003 to 2010). He became an executive officer of KeyCorp in 2010.

Craig Buffie

Mr. Craig A. Buffie is Chief Human Resource Officer of the Company. Mr. Buffie served as KeyCorp’s Chief Human Resources Officer from February 2013 until March 2016, when he stepped out of the Chief Human Resources Officer position to focus on the integration efforts related to the First Niagara merger. He resumed his role as Chief Human Resources Officer and an executive officer of KeyCorp in January 2017. Prior to joining KeyCorp, Mr. Buffie was employed for 27 years with Bank of America (a financial services institution), where he served in numerous human resources positions, including as a human resources executive for technology and operations for consumer and small business, as well as for its corporate and investment bank. Most recently, he was Head of Home Loan Originations for Bank of America.

Clark Khayat

Mr. Clark H. I. Khayat is Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer of the Company. 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.

Douglas Schosser

Mr. Douglas M. Schosser is an Chief Accounting Officer, Executive Officer of the Company. He has served as KeyCorp’s Integration Manager overseeing all aspects of the integration of Pacific Crest Securities and KeyBanc Capital Markets. Prior to taking on the role of Integration Manager, beginning in February of 2010, Mr. Schosser held the position of Chief Financial Officer for Key’s Corporate Bank.

Amy Brady

Ms. Amy G. Brady is an Chief Information Officer of the Company. She 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.

Mark Midkiff

Mr. Mark W. Midkiff is Chief Risk Officer of the Company effective on January 22, 2018. Prior to joining KeyCorp, he served as the Deputy Chief Credit Officer of BB&T. He also previously served as Chief Risk Officer of MUFG Union Bank and later as Chief Risk Officer of GE Capital.

Paul Harris

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

Edward Burke

Mr. Edward J. Burke is Co-President, Commercial and Private Banking of Key’s Community Bank and Executive Officer of the Company. Mr. Burke has been the Co-President, Commercial and Private Banking of Key Community Bank since April 2014 and an executive officer of KeyCorp since May 2014. From 2005 until his election as Co-President, Mr. Burke was an Executive Vice President of KeyBank and head of KeyBank Real Estate Capital and Key Community Development Lending.

Dennis Devine

Mr. Dennis A. Devine is Co-President, Consumer and Small Business of Key Community Bank and Executive Officer of the Company. He served as executive officer of KeyCorp since May 2014. From 2012 to 2014, Mr. Devine served as Executive Vice President of KeyBank in various roles, including as head of the Consumer & Small Business Segment and head of Integrated Channels and Community Bank Strategy for Key Community Bank.

Kevin Ryan

Mr. Kevin T. Ryan is an Executive Officer of the Company. He has been the Chief Risk Review Officer and General Auditor of KeyCorp since 2007. He became an executive officer of KeyCorp in 2016.

Robert DeAngelis

Mr. Robert A. DeAngelis is Director of Quality and Productivity Management of the Company. From March 2016 to June 2017, he served as Transition Program Executive and was dedicated to the integration efforts related to KeyCorp’s merger with First Niagara. From November 2011 to March 2016, Mr. DeAngelis was the Director of the Enterprise Program Management Office for KeyCorp. Prior to that, he served as the Consumer Segment Executive. Mr. DeAngelis has been an executive officer of KeyCorp since June 2017 and was also previously an executive officer of KeyCorp from March 2013 to March 2016.

Trina Evans

Ms. Trina M. Evans is an Director of Corporate Center of the Company. She has been the Director of Corporate Center for KeyCorp since August 2012, partnering with Key’s executive leadership team and Board to ensure alignment of strategy, objectives, priorities, and messaging across Key. 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.

Angela Mago

Ms. Angela G. Mago is an Co-Head - Key Corporate Bank of the Company. She also serves as Head of Real Estate Capital for Key, a role she has held since 2014. From 2011 to 2014, Ms. Mago was Head of Key’s Commercial Mortgage Group. She became an executive officer of KeyCorp in 2016.

Kim Manigault

Ms. Kim Manigault is Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer of the Company. Manigault steps into the Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer role after serving as Chief Financial Officer for Key's Technology and Operations organization. In this role, Manigault implemented technology business management processes which provided transparency into the cost to operate Key's technology programs. She also led the engagement and diversity and inclusion efforts throughout the Finance Department. In addition to her contributions to Finance, she has been involved in many of Key's enterprise-wide diversity and inclusion initiatives and recently served as President of the Cleveland Chapter of the African American Key Business Networking Group. Manigault has deep experience in the financial services industry, serving in roles for Bank of America, Deutsche Bank and J.P Morgan. She is an active member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Cleveland YMCA, serving as the Board Treasurer and the Chairperson of the Finance Committee. She is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Urban League ofGreater Cleveland, where she serves as Co-Chair of the Audit Committee. Manigault has a BS from Rutgers University, is a CPA and is Six Sigma certified.

Andrew Paine

Mr. Andrew J. Paine, III is an Co-Head - Key Corporate Bank of the Company. He also serves as President of KeyBanc Capital Markets Inc., a role he has held since 2013. From 2010 to 2013, Mr. Paine was the Co-Head of KeyBanc Capital Markets Inc. He became an executive officer of KeyCorp in 2016.

Alexander Cutler

Mr. Alexander M. Cutler is an Lead Independent Director of the Company. He is KeyCorp’s independent Lead Director. Since 2000, he has been the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Eaton, a publicly-held, global diversified power management company with approximately 97,000 employees that sells products to customers in more than 175 countries. He is a member of the board of directors of the Greater Cleveland Partnership, United Way of Greater Cleveland, and the Musical Arts Association.

Gary Crosby

Mr. Gary M. Crosby is Director of the Company. Mr. Crosby joined the Board in August 2016 in connection with the First Niagara merger. Mr. Crosby served as President and Chief Executive Officer and as a director of First Niagara from 2013 through the consummation of the merger. He joined First Niagara as Chief Administrative Officer in 2009 and served as Chief Operating Officer from 2010-2013. In 2004, Mr. Crosby was asked to help the Buffalo City School District as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer and provided his service to the district by spearheading its financial management reform until 2009. Mr. Crosby also was a venture capital partner with Seed Capital Partners and a founding shareholder of ClientLogic Corporation, serving as Chief Financial and Chief Operating Officer. He has also held senior financial leadership positions in banking and manufacturing and was a CPA with KPMG Peat Marwick. Mr. Crosby is President of the board of First Niagara Foundation, a director of the Buffalo Public Schools Foundation, Trustee Emeritus of the YMCA Buffalo Niagara, director of the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, and a director of Kaleida Health.

Bruce Broussard

Mr. Bruce D. Broussard is Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Broussard is President and Chief Executive Officer and a director of Humana, Inc., a publicly-held health and well-being company. Prior to his election as Humana’s Chief Executive Officer in 2013 and as President in 2011, Mr. Broussard held numerous senior executive and senior financial roles with McKesson Corporation, a health care services company, and its predecessor U.S. Oncology. Mr. Broussard also previously served as a director of U.S. Physical Therapy, Inc. from 1999 to 2011. Mr. Broussard is a member of The Business Council and the World Economic Forum Health Governors Board.

Charles Cooley

Mr. Charles P. Cooley is Independent Director of the Company. He was the Chief Financial Officer of The Lubrizol Corporation, a manufacturer of specialty chemicals and technologies in the global transportation, industrial, and consumer markets, from 1998 until his retirement in 2011. Mr. Cooley had global responsibility for The Lubrizol Corporation’s finance function and its corporate development and strategic planning activities. Mr. Cooley is the Chair of the Board of Trustees of Hawken School in Cleveland and a Trustee of the Cleveland Institute of Music. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of KeyBank National Association.

H. James Dallas

Mr. H. James Dallas is an Independent Director of the Company. He retired as Senior Vice President of Quality and Operations at Medtronic Inc., a global medical technology company. Mr. Dallas, who joined Medtronic Inc. in 2006, had previously served as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Medtronic Inc. Mr. Dallas’s responsibilities included executing cross-business initiatives to maximize the company’s global operating leveraging. Mr. Dallas also served as a member of Medtronic Inc.’s executive management team. Mr. Dallas is an independent consultant focusing on information technology strategy and risk. He also serves as vice chairman of the Atlanta Community Food Bank and on the Board of Grady Memorial Hospital Corporation.

Elizabeth Gile

Ms. Elizabeth R. Gile is Independent Director of the Company. She retired from Deutsche Bank AG where she was Managing Director and the Global Head of the Loan Exposure Management Group since 2003. From 2007 to 2009, Ms. Gile was 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 Trust Company Americas since 2005 and a director of Watford Re Ltd. since 2017. Ms. Gile is a trustee and Secretary of the board of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

Ruth Ann Gillis

Ms. Ruth Ann M. Gillis is Independent Director of the Company. She served as Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer of Exelon Corporation, a publicly-held electric utility company. Ms. Gillis also served as President of Exelon Business Services Company, a subsidiary of Exelon Corporation. She served as a member of Exelon Corporation’s executive committee, pension investment committee, and the corporate risk management committee, and was a member of the Exelon Foundation Board. Prior to those roles, she served as Executive Vice President of Commonwealth Edison Company and as Chief Financial Officer of Exelon Corporation. Ms. Gillis is an honorary trustee of the University of Chicago Cancer Research Foundation, serves on the board of directors of the Lyric Opera of Chicago, and is a life trustee of the Goodman Theatre.

William Gisel

Mr. William G. Gisel, Jr. is an Independent Director of the Company. He is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Rich Products Corporation, a global manufacturer and supplier of frozen foods with annual sales of approximately $3 billion. Rich Products Corporation is a leading supplier to the consumer products, food service and bakery segment of the food industry internationally. Prior to becoming Chief Executive Officer in 2006, Mr. Gisel began his career at Rich Products Corporation 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 a Trustee of John R. Oishei Foundation.

Carlton Highsmith

Mr. Carlton L. Highsmith is Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Highsmith joined the Board in August 2016 in connection with the First Niagara merger. He was a member of the board of First Niagara since 2011, serving on the Governance/Nominating Committee and the Audit Committee. He previously served on the board of NewAlliance Bancshares from 2006 until it was acquired by First Niagara in 2011. He founded The Specialized Packaging Group (“SPG”) based in Hamden, Connecticut in 1983, and served as its President and Chief Executive Officer from 1983 to 2009. Mr. Highsmith is Vice Chairman of the board of trustees of Quinnipiac University, Chairman of the Connecticut Center for Arts & Technology, Treasurer of the National Center for Arts & Technology, and a member of the boards of the Yale-New Haven Hospital System and the Community Foundation for Greater New Haven. He previously served on the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Community Development Advisory Council of New England.

Richard Hipple

Mr. Richard J. Hipple is an Independent Director of the Company. He is the Chairman of the Board, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Materion Corporation (formerly known as Brush Engineered Materials Inc.), a publicly-held manufacturer of highly engineered advanced materials and related services. Mr. Hipple has served as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Materion Corporation since 2006 and President since 2005. Prior to that, 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 trustee for the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation, Inc. and Chairman of the Trustees of the Cleveland Institute of Music, and a director of the Greater Cleveland Partnership.

Kristen Manos

Ms. Kristen L. Manos is Independent Director of the Company. Ms. Manos is a partner with Sanderson Berry, a business strategy and advisory services firm. In 2014, Ms. Manos retired as President, Americas of Wilsonart LLC, the leading producer of high pressure decorative laminate products in North America. From 2004 to 2009, Ms. Manos served as President of Herman Miller North American Office and Executive Vice President of Herman Miller Inc., a global manufacturer and distributor of furnishings for a wide variety of professional and residential environments. Ms. Manos serves on the board of two employee-owned companies: Columbia Forest Products, the largest hardwood plywood manufacturer in the United States, and Dexter Apache Holdings, a diversified manufacturing company. She has also served on the boards of American Capital Ltd., Select Comfort Corp, Holland Hospital, and International Relief and Development, where she also served as Interim Chief Executive Officer for four months in 2014. Ms. Manos is currently a director of the board of Kickstart International.

Demos Parneros

Mr. Demos Parneros is an Independent Director of the Company. He was President, North American Stores and Online, for Staples, Inc., the world’s largest office products supply company and second largest internet retailer with 2015 revenues of more than $20 billion and 34,000 full-time employees worldwide. Previously, Mr. Parneros served as President, U.S. Stores, for Staples, Inc. He joined Staples, Inc. in October 1987, and served in various capacities including Senior Vice President of Operations from March 1999 to March 2002 and Vice President of Operations from October 1996 to February 1999.

Barbara Snyder

Ms. Barbara R. Snyder is an Independent Director of the Company. Ms. Snyder has been President of Case Western Reserve University, a private research university located in Cleveland, Ohio, since 2007. Prior to joining Case Western Reserve University, Ms. Snyder served as Executive Vice President and Provost of The Ohio State University (“OSU”). She served as a faculty member of OSU’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 serves on the boards of several nonprofit organizations including the Greater Cleveland Partnership, the Ohio Business Roundtable, and Internet 2, a consortium of research organizations to develop networking and advanced technologies for research and education. She was Chair of the board and is currently a director of the Business-Higher Education Forum, an organization of senior business and higher education leaders dedicated to strengthening America’s competitiveness by partnering on workforce solutions, and is Chair of the board of the American Council on Education, which represents 1,800 colleges and universities.

David Wilson

Mr. David K. Wilson is Independent Director of the Company. He served in a variety of positions with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (“OCC”) over the course of a 32-year career, including as Examiner-In-Charge (“EIC”) of two global banks and in a number of policy focused roles. In 2009, Mr. Wilson transitioned from Large Bank EIC into policy work, initially as Senior National Bank Examiner and co-chair of the OCC’s National Risk Committee. In 2010, he was appointed Deputy Comptroller for Credit and Market Risk. He then briefly served as Senior Deputy Comptroller and Chief National Bank Examiner before returning to the field as an EIC. Mr. Wilson is an independent consultant focusing on bank regulatory and risk strategy matters. He is also a member of the board of directors of KeyBank National Association.