Amy Tieu and Kenneth Evans have been named business development officers of Key4Green. In this role, Tieu and Evans will support Key4Green alliances by partnering with relationship managers in the KeyBank franchise to provide lending and financing solutions to current and new clients in Utah and New York respectively.
Key4Green is designed to help companies finance energy efficient and renewable equipment to optimize cash flow by introducing cost reductions and lower expenses related to repair and maintenance of outdated equipment. The Key4Green team works alongside companies to identify possible tax credits, rebates, grants, or other financial advantages that might be available.
“Amy comes to Key4Green after working with the KeyBank commercial banking group as a credit analyst and relationship manager,” said Jeffrey Eades, vice president of Key4Green, Key Equipment Finance. “Amy’s financial acumen and relationship building skills are going to be of great value to the Key4Green enterprise. I’m excited to watch Amy grow in her new role and look forward to working alongside her.”
Prior to joining the Key4Green team, Tieu spent the last three years as the assistant vice president for KeyBank’s commercial banking division. Before joining KeyBank in 2014, Tieu was a prime brokerage associate with the Royal Bank of Scotland and an operations analyst with Goldman Sachs. Tieu holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics from the University of Utah.
“Ken comes to our organization with a strong understanding of the renewable energy sector and is incredibly effective at aligning clients with the right solutions,” said Jeffrey Eades, vice president of Key4Green, Key Equipment Finance. “We are thrilled to watch Ken utilize his financial strategy and business development expertise to assist our Key4Green team and clients in identifying the best solutions for long-term success.”
Prior to joining Key Equipment Finance, Evans was the director of finance and co-founder of the ReWire Group. Evans has had a long career within investment banking beginning his career with First Albany Corporation as a quantitative municipal finance analyst, followed by positions at BlackRock Financial as a municipal research associate and as a vice president for Deutsche Bank’s Financial Sponsors Coverage group. Evans also recently held positions of increasing responsibility with S&P Capital IQ, McGraw-Hill Financial and Envisionetics, where he was an energy and renewable solution subject matter expert. Evans holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Union College.