Surveying KeyCorp's four-month-old investment banking office in Manhattan, William B. Summers Jr. sees room to grow.

Though a small institutional sales force occupies the middle of the room, rows of empty offices ring the sales floor. Mr. Summers, who heads KeyCorp's investment banking unit, hopes to fill the offices with high- powered investment bankers-a breed hard to find in the company's hometown of Cleveland.

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