KeyCorp (Key) is one of the nation's largest bank-based financial services companies with assets over $90 billion, employing about 20,000 people in more than 940 branches and other businesses across 45 states.
Key's community banking franchise - KeyBank - is located in Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Utah, Vermont and Washington.
Key also has businesses that operate nationally from offices located across the U.S. including Commercial Real Estate, Home Equity, investment Banking, Asset Management, Education Lending and Equipment Leasing.
Working at Key:
Working at Key is exciting, challenging and rewarding. Just as we provide the resources to help our clients achieve their goals, we also provide the resources to help employees achieve their career and personal goals.
Key employees are guided by the deeply held values of teamwork, respect, accountability, integrity and leadership. To increase shareholder value, Key believes it must:
Provide employees with an inclusive and energizing work environment
Be involved in the communities it serves
Deliver a distinctive experience to its clients
Key's employees are passionate about success - for clients and for Key. They demonstrate this passion by coming together to deliver the full breadth of key's products and services to the client and by consistently:
Showing clients that they care
Listening to learn the client's needs
Delivering solutions that fit those needs
Following up relentlessly
These behaviors enable Key's employees, clients and communities to achieve anything.
Key Community Banking:
Key Community Banking (KCB) is a national organization that offers consumers a full array of deposit, investment, credit and personal finance services. Individuals work with KCB's relationship managers who help them:
Buy or remodel a home
Lease a new car
Finance their children's education
Plan for retirement
Efficiently manage routine activities such as paying bills
Auto, Marine and recreation vehicle dealers benefit from the group's inventory financing capabilities while colleges and universities enjoy financing resources that can help them attract and assist students with educational financing.