Beth Mooney

Parting words from Beth Mooney: ‘Rebuild trust through your actions’


In an exit interview with American Banker, the former KeyCorp CEO reflected on a trailblazing career, shared her thoughts on leadership and described what it’s like to retire in the middle of a pandemic.


Former KeyCorp CEO Henry Meyer dies at 70


Meyer was credited with guiding the Cleveland company through the financial crisis and returning it to profitability. He died this week at his home in Florida.


The cost of being crass and a broken rung on the career ladder


Fisher Investments is out more than $1 billion following Ken Fisher’s controversial remarks at a conference. Where do men pull ahead of women in promotions? Right from the start. Plus, a girls’ high school soccer team makes national news.


Calling all allies: What women in banking say is key to progress


Bank executives at the Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance gala stressed the importance of male allies in combating gender inequities.


Most Powerful Women in Banking, standout fintechs, Corbat on gender pay gap: Top stories of the week


Cathy Bessant, BofA’s chief operations officer, is the Most Powerful Woman in Banking; 6 standout fintechs at Finovate 2019; the Citi CEO says gender pay gap is ‘a challenge we need to tackle together’; and more from this week’s most-read stories.


Beth Mooney exits, and the CEO boys' club goes on


How do you keep the all-male CEO club at the biggest banks intact? Let us count the ways. Could a woman be the next CEO at UBS? Maybe. At Wells Fargo? Less likely.


CFPB investigating BofA, fintechs and fraud, Mooney to retire: Top stories of the week


The consumer agency is investigating Bank of America over “potentially unauthorized” accounts; why fintech rollouts are magnets for fraud; KeyCorp’s Beth Mooney to retire next year; and more from this week’s most-read stories.


KeyCorp's Beth Mooney to retire; Gorman named successor


Mooney was the first woman to lead a top-20 U.S.-based bank. Gorman, the Cleveland company's vice chairman and president of banking, will replace her on May 1.


KeyCorp’s deal for student lender raises eyebrows


Executives at Key pushed back against doubts over a deal for Laurel Road Bank’s digital lending platform so late in the credit cycle, arguing that its customers are prime borrowers with high incomes.


KeyCorp reports strong C&I lending, profit growth


Commercial and industrial lending rose 8% in the third quarter at the Cleveland bank, but other factors drove its double-digit gain in profits as overall loan growth was modest.