Financial Services >> CEO Interviews >> March 28, 2016
Interview with the President of KeyBanc Capital Markets and Co-Head of Key Corporate Bank: KeyCorp (NYSE:KEY)
Randy Paine is the President of KeyBanc Capital Markets, Co-Head of Key Corporate Bank and a member of KeyCorp’s executive leadership team. Key’s Corporate Bank is comprised of several business units including KeyBanc Capital Markets, KeyBank Real Estate Capital, Key Equipment Finance and Key’s Commercial Payments business. KeyBanc Capital Markets is an integrated business unit comprised of Key’s Corporate and Investment Banking, Public Finance and Capital Markets businesses. Previously, Mr. Paine served as Co-Head of KeyBanc Capital Markets and Head of the Corporate and Investment Banking business. Prior to that, he led the Industrial and Energy Groups within KeyBanc Capital Markets. Mr. Paine was a Managing Director within the Investment Banking Division of McDonald Investments Inc., a registered broker/dealer acquired by KeyCorp in 1998. Mr. Paine joined Key in 1993 from Arthur Andersen & Company, where he served in the Special Services Division. He is actively involved in various charities and not-for-profit organizations, and currently serves as Chairman of the board of directors of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. He also served on the board of visitors for DePauw University and the board of directors for Special Olympics Indiana and Meals on Wheels in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mr. Paine graduated cum laude from DePauw University with a B.A. in economics. Profile
TWST: We last spoke to you in 2014. Can you tell us how the company and your role have since changed?
Mr. Paine: KeyBanc Capital Markets, which I have led over the