KeyCorp in Cleveland has tapped Jamie Warder, former president of USAA Federal Savings Bank in San Antonio, as head of business banking.

In his new role at the $134 billion-asset Key, Warder will oversee a range of functions, including client strategy, product management and Small Business Administration loan sales. He will primarily focus on clients with up to $10 million in annual revenue.

He will report directly to Dennis Devine, a co-president of Key Community Bank.

A KeyBank sign with a market ticker is seen on the facade of the KeyBank Building in Columbus, Ohio.
Bloomberg News

Warder left the $76 billion-asset USAA in November, after a 22-month stint as president. USAA declined at the time to give a reason for Warder’s departure, saying only that it was unrelated to bank operations.

Warder has also previously held senior-level roles at Capital One Financial, PNC Financial Services Group and McKinsey & Co.

USAA was named Bank of the Year by American Banker in 2016.

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Kristin Broughton

Kristin Broughton

Kristin Broughton is a reporter for American Banker, where she writes about the business of national and regional banking.