The chief financial officer of Huntington Bancshares (HBAN) in Columbus, Ohio, has left to take the same position at KeyCorp (KEY) in Cleveland.

Don Kimble, Huntington's CFO since 2004, will become CFO of the $89 billion-asset KeyCorp on June 3, KeyCorp said Thursday. Current CFO Jeffrey Weeden plans to retire on June 30, KeyCorp had announced this month.

Kimble will report to Chief Executive Beth Mooney and join Key's management committee and executive council.

The $56 billion-asset Huntington said Wednesday that Dave Anderson, currently its controller, will become interim CFO. Anderson has been with Huntington since 2009.

Huntington has hired executive search firm Spencer Stuart to conduct a national search for a permanent CFO.

"Kimble made important contributions to the success of the enterprise, and we thank him for his service," Huntington Chairman and CEO Stephen Steinour said in a news release. "We remain committed to our focus on being the bank of the Midwest and believe the soundness of our strategies will continue to drive growth and improve our profitability."

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