KeyCorp CEO Mooney Named Most Powerful Woman in Banking

KeyCorp CEO Mooney Named Most Powerful Woman in Banking

Key's Coyne (#18 Most Powerful), Brady (#6 One to Watch), and Copeland (Community Impact) Also Honored by American Banker
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KeyCorp Chairman and CEO Beth Mooney has been named #1 Most Powerful Woman in Banking by Americn Banker. The first woman to lead a top 20 U.S. bank, Mooney joined KeyCorp in 2006 as the top executive of the bank's then-14-state Community Bank. She became CEO in 2011, launching significant and strategic change to position KeyBank for continued growth. In her role as CEO, Mooney leads a workforce of 14,000 employees and is responsible for the bank’s two million clients and approximately $92 billion in assets.

Maria Coyne is #18 on American Banker's "The 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking" list. Since joining KeyCorp in 2001, Coyne has emerged as a prominent thought leader in consumer and small business banking, with a strong focus on creating opportunities for women as the founder of Key4Women. She is responsible for the creation, development and execution of the sales, service and operation of Key's Consumer and Small Business Retail network, which spans more than 1,000 branches and 1,300 ATMs in 12 states.

Amy Brady is #6 on American Banker's "Top 25 Women to Watch" list. Brady joined KeyCorp in 2012 as the CIO and leads the firm’s Enterprise Technology and Operations organization. In her role, Brady is responsible for the technology, operations, security, data and procurement functions for Key, leading a team of more than 4,500 individuals in order to provide innovative technology and extraordinary service to clients.

Margot Copeland has been honored by American Banker with their Community Impact Award. Copeland, who joined KeyBank in 2001 as the director of Corporate Diversity and Philanthropy, currently leads the KeyBank Foundation. Through her work, she guides the company’s strategic philanthropic investments in workforce development, financial education and diversity programs that help communities achieve economic self-sufficiency. Under her leadership, Key gives an average of $18 million annually to nonprofit organizations, in the form of philanthropy, corporate contributions, and volunteerism.

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September 22, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Today, Beth Mooney, CEO and chairman of KeyCorp (NYSE: KEY), received the top spot on American Banker Magazine's esteemed "The 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking" list for the second year in a row. The honor comes on the heels of Mooney being named one of Fortune’s “50 Most Powerful Women in Business,” on September 18.

In addition to Mooney, American Banker recognized three other KeyCorp executives with their annual Women in Banking awards. Maria Coyne, Key’s EVP and branch network executive, was ranked number 18 on the publication’s "The 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking" list, and Amy Brady, chief information officer at KeyCorp, was ranked number six on the publication’s "The 25 Women to Watch" list. Margot Copeland, Key’s Director of Philanthropy and Civic Engagement received American Banker’s Community Impact Award.

“Not only is Mooney driving top results at KeyCorp as profits and share price have risen under her leadership, but she’s wielding influence to make a difference in the lives of her customers and community,” said Bonnie McGeer, executive editor of American Banker Magazine. “It’s this holistic approach to leadership that embodies American Banker’s 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance ranking and that is rebuilding public trust in the banking industry.”

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