By Amy Thomas in Thought Leadership, Community Posted December 15, 2017

Key executives educate University of Colorado Boulder MBA students on equipment finance industry

About 70 MBA students from the University of Colorado Boulder last month headed eight miles down the road to Key Equipment Finance's offices in Superior to hear Adam Warner, president, and Deborah Brady, chief financial officer, share their insights on the $1 trillion equipment finance industry.


By Amy Thomas in Community Posted October 31, 2017

"Celebrity Happy Hour" raises $1,701 for United Way

Key Equipment finance senior managers and employees raised $1,701 in donations at a recent "Celebrity Happy Hour" fundraiser in support of the United Way.


By Amy Thomas in Community Posted October 5, 2017

KeyBank golfers raise money for Denver Santa Claus Shop

A recent charity golf tournament with sponsorship from KeyBank raised $25,000 for the Denver Santa Claus Shop, which serves low-income children and families in the metro area.


By Amy Thomas in Community Posted September 25, 2017

Key leaders share overview of equipment finance industry with Ohio business students

A group of about 25 students at The Ohio State University chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, a national business fraternity, learned about the equipment finance industry and lease accounting changes recently in a guest lecture by Key Equipment Finance's Peter K. Bullen, senior vice president - bank channel, and Chad Owens, vice president.


By Amy Thomas in Community Posted August 31, 2017

Employee’s career path guided by Key-sponsored opportunities for students in Colorado

When CJ Manning reflects on the educational path leading to his first job, leadership and internship programs served as guideposts toward the kind of work he would enjoy, and ultimately, make the focus of his budding career.


By Amy Thomas in Community Posted August 15, 2017

Key supports educational programs for high school, college students in Colorado

Sponsorship of diversity, leadership and internship programs inspires next generation of banking and finance professionals

KeyBank’s Colorado market, Key Equipment Finance, and the KeyBank Foundation, all affiliates of KeyCorp, today announced the conclusion of the KeyBank Excel Summer Bridge Program at the University of Colorado Boulder, part of its combined $300,000 commitment over three years, through 2018, to support leadership, diversity and internship programs benefitting high school and college students in Colorado.


By Amy Thomas in Company News, Community Posted July 19, 2017

Key finances 16 community solar projects across Massachusetts with Clean Energy Collective and ENGIE

Key Equipment Finance announced today it has provided financing for 16 community solar projects across Massachusetts for Clean Energy Collective (CEC), the nation's leading community solar solutions provider, and ENGIE, a global energy developer focusing on responsible growth and the challenges of the energy transition to a low-carbon economy.


By Amy Thomas in Community Posted July 5, 2017

Key Equipment Finance interns gain business experience

Students meet leaders, visit Cleveland headquarters and give back to their communities

Seven college students have joined Key Equipment Finance this summer in a variety of full-time roles through early August, with some continuing part-time during the school year.


By Amy Thomas in Community Posted June 19, 2017

Key executive leads drive for school supplies for A Precious Child

Fill A Backpack drop-off locations in Superior, Louisville and Denver

When Sarah Palmer, senior vice president for credit underwriting for Key Equipment Finance, heard about the vital role played by nonprofit A Precious Child in helping kids in poverty in Colorado, she was inspired and motivated to get involved.


By Amy Thomas in Community Posted June 1, 2017

Key Equipment Finance employees represent ELFA in Washington, D.C.

Did you know that American businesses, nonprofits and government agencies invest over $1.5 trillion in plant, equipment and software each year?   And, 68% -- or over $1 trillion -- is financed through loans, leases and lines of credit? 


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