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KeyCorp

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The bank-based financial services company is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, and provides services to individuals and businesses in 15 states.

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CEO

Beth E. Mooney

CEO Title

Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer

Sector

Financials

Industry

Commercial Banks

HQ Location

Cleveland

Years on Fortune 500 List

20

Employees

18,415

Key Financials (Last Fiscal Year)
$ millions% change
Revenues ($M)$6,86826.7%
Profits ($M)$1,296.063.8%
Assets ($M)$137,698
Total Stockholder Equity ($M)$15,023
Market Value — as of March 29, 2018 ($M)$20,570
Profit Ratios
Profit as % of Revenues18.9%
Profits as % of Assets0.9%
Profits as % of Stockholder Equity8.6%
Earnings Per Share (Last Fiscal Year)
Earnings Per Share ($)1.13
EPS % Change (from 2016)41.3%
EPS % Change (5 year annual rate)4.9%
EPS % Change (10 year annual rate)-6.9%
Total Return
Total Return to Investors (2017)12.7%
Total Return to Investors (5 year, annualized)21.6%
Total Return to Investors (10 year, annualized)0.8%
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