KeyCorp Appoints Amy Brady Chief Information Officer

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KeyCorp in Cleveland has named longtime banking executive Amy G. Brady as its chief information officer.

Brady spent 25 years at Bank of America Corp. in a variety of leadership roles in areas such as innovation, development and quality and product excellence. She was most recently its chief information officer of enterprise technology and operations.

"Amy has an impressive 25-year record of delivering outstanding results across numerous banking disciplines," Beth E. Mooney, KeyCorp chairman and chief executive, said in a news release. "She has led major initiatives focused on innovation as well as technology, and her breadth of experience will add significant value to Key and its clients."

Brady will head Key Enterprise Technology and report to Tom Stevens, Key's chief administrative officer, the $89 billion-asset KeyCorp said Monday.

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