KeyBank traces its roots back to Commercial Bank of Albany, New York and Cleveland’s Society for Savings, which was founded in 1849.
KeyCorp, the owner of KeyBank, was formed by the merger of Society Corp. of Cleveland (‘Society Bank”) and KeyCorp in 1994.
KeyCorp’s two main subsidiaries are Key Community Bank, which offers traditional banking services such as deposits, credit cards, financial planning, and loans, and Key Corporate Bank, which offers equipment financing, real estate capital, and capital market services to corporate clients.
KeyBank has over 1,000 branches and is the 29th largest bank in the United States by total assets.
KeyCorp trades publicly on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol KEY, is a member of the S&P 500, is #510 on the Fortune 1000, has 14,055 employees, and had $3.99 billion in revenue in 2013.