Is KeyCorp's M&A Shift a Harbinger?
- A clock ticks for cleveland's key. Seng, Walt // U.S. Banker;Jun2003, Vol. 113 Issue 6, p36
Focuses on the challenges faced by Key Bank based in Cleveland, Ohio. Decline of revenue; Termination of business-to-business electronic banking operations; Effort of improving investment banking operations.
- KeyCorp Posts Increased Profit on Investment Banking Fees. Stewart, Jackie // American Banker;7/18/2014, Vol. 179 Issue F327, p9
The article reports that the bank KeyCorp (KEY) of Cleveland, Ohio, announced increased second quarter earnings from 2013 to 2014 due to fees in investment banking and debt placement.
- KeyCorp's Fee Income Rises 13%. Stewart, Jackie // American Banker;10/16/2015, Vol. 180 Issue F340, p0
The article report on banking company KeyCorp and its higher third-quarter profits due to growth in fee income from its investment banking operations.
- AN AMBITIOUS MIDLEWEIGHT. O'Leary, Christopher // Investment Dealers' Digest;6/16/2003, Vol. 69 Issue 24, p26
In a world in which the biggest banks are only getting bigger, a Cleveland, Ohio-based bank long consigned by many to the regional middle market is looking to greatly improve its lot by emulating the commercial/investment banking hybrid model that has worked so well for the biggest banks in the...
- KeyCorp in Deal for Denver Investment Bank. Mandaro, Laura // American Banker;11/14/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 219, p3
Discloses the plan of KeyCorp to acquire Wallach Co., a regional investment bank based in Denver, Colorado. Wallach's focus on mergers and divestiture advisory and private placements for middle-market companies.
- Key Joins New England Middle-Market Battle. Leibowitz, Alissa // American Banker;11/6/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 213, p2
Reports on Cleveland, Ohio-based KeyCorp's opening of an investment banking in Boston, Massachusetts to target middle-market corporations in New England. Use of the branch office to compete directly with Sovereign Bancorp; Opportunities presented by the consolidation of the financial services...
- Key Goes Against Grain, Tightens McDonald Ties. Agosta, Veronica // American Banker;8/12/2002, Vol. 167 Issue 153, p1
Announces the completion of an effort to bring the investment banking division of MacDonald Investments Inc. acquired by U.S.-based investment company Keycorp in 1998 into its corporate finance business. Added responsibility given to the corporate banking head after the restructuring; Purpose...
- Why Key Is Integrating Corporate, Investment. Schmelkin, Alissa // American Banker;12/3/2002, Vol. 167 Issue 230, p1
Focuses on the attempts of Cleveland, Ohio-based KeyCorp to integrate its corporate and investment banking business in the U.S. Reasons behind the integration of its banking business; Selection of executives to manage the integrated business; Changes in the company's infrastructure.
- Syndicated lending on the rise at Key unit. Cornell, Ryan // Crain's Cleveland Business;9/22/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 38, p3
Financial services company, KeyCorp has experienced an increase in its syndicated lending practice in 2003, a trend company executives attribute to a closer working relationship between Key's commercial and investment banks and increased efforts to seize market share. The number of syndicated...