Key Equipment Finance has named Martin Davies vice president, business development, Canadian operations. In this role, Davies will be responsible for enhancing, structuring and managing the company’s Canadian direct and energy sales vertical.Read More »
Employee dedication to commuting with public transportation, biking, carpooling, vanpooling and telecommuting in October earns company $10,000 media prize
The results are in, and Key Equipment Finance is proud to announce it is a winner in the Go-Tober smart commuting challenge, organized by Way To Go, a program of the Denver Regional Council of Governments to reduce single occupancy vehicle use. Winners received a $10,000 paid mass media prize.Read More »
In this role, Dawn will have responsibility for a portion of Key Corporate Bank’s existing specialty finance portfolio while augmenting the growing portfolio of new clients.
“Dawn brings to this position more than 20 years of experience in strategic planning, financial reporting, analytics, operations, credit, pricing, treasury, debt capital markets, and the M&A process,” said Rian Emmett, managing director, specialty finance lending, Key Corporate Bank. “I look forward to working with her to bring considerable value to our team, clients and prospects.”
Key Equipment Finance has promoted Sean Kilfoyle to associate, capital markets and syndications. In this role, Sean will support both the syndication and indirect originations teams with the development of new business.
“Sean has gained considerable experience in our nine-month Sales ACT (Accelerated Career Track) program,” said Bob Piscitelli, managing director, capital markets & syndications, Key Equipment Finance. “His participation in direct bank client selling, client-vendor relationship reviews, deal analysis and sales force effectiveness has formed an excellent career foundation. I look forward to working with him in this new position.”Read More »
Please join us in congratulating Mark Desmond on his promotion to equipment finance officer on the business banking team. In this role, Mark will lead equipment financing activity for Key's Cleveland district.
“Through the Sales ACT rotational program, Mark has gained a wide variety of experience to prepare him for this role,” said Scott C. Edwards, senior vice president, for Key Equipment Finance. “I look forward to working with him to deliver superior equipment financing services in the Cleveland area.”Read More »
Acuity Brands, Inc. and Key Equipment Finance have teamed up to provide flexible financing solutions to qualified Acuity Brands customers converting to energy-efficient LED lighting and installing smart lighting networks.
The arrangement will provide customers of Acuity Brands -- a leading provider of indoor and outdoor LED lighting solutions -- with flexible financing options that cover the total cost of upgrading to an energy-efficient LED smart lighting network that may include a platform for connecting to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). By doing so, customers can take full advantage of Acuity Brands’ LED lighting and controls solutions, which can include installation, design and layout, training, commissioning of networked lighting controls, maintenance and other soft costs.Read More »
Key Equipment Finance has promoted James Eulenstein to equipment finance officer, business banking team. In this role, Eulenstein will lead equipment financing activities for the Hudson Valley/Albany district.
“James is another example of the success of our Sales ACT rotational program,” said Scott C. Edwards, senior vice president, for Key Equipment Finance. “He has already gained valuable experience in capital markets, credit analysis and business banking, and I look forward to working with him in this new role.”Read More »
Key Equipment Finance announced today it has promoted Thomas Pericak to vice president, capital markets & syndication. In this role, Thomas will be responsible for the origination and structuring of syndicated finance products and services to borrowers, indirect originations, and development of the business bank’s syndication capabilities.Read More »
Doug Beebe, Key Equipment Finance's Vice President of Energy Finance, will moderate a panel discussion this week on clean energy finance at the NC Clean Tech Summit. The second annual, two-day conference Thursday and Friday at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is expected to draw 600 students, policy makers and industry leaders.
Beebe, who leads energy financing transactions for Key, will guide a 90-minute discussion between five energy finance leaders, and will also participate in a lunchtime panel with students interested in energy finance careers.Read More »