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Brady Leaves Bank of America to Become KeyCorp CIO

Amy Brady is moving on from a 25-year career at Bank of America to become KeyCorp's new CIO.

Cleveland-based KeyCorp announced today that it has named industry veteran Amy Brady as its new chief information officer. She is replacing Al Coppolo, who retired at the end of 2011 after serving as the KeyCorp's CIO since August 2009.

As CIO, Brady will head the institution's Key Enterprise Technology division and serve on the company's 13-member management committee. She will report to Tom Stevens, KeyCorp's chief administrative officer.

Brady is joining KeyCorp directly from a 25-year run at Charlotte, N.C.-based Bank of America, where she held a variety of leadership positions. Most recently, she was chief information officer, enterprise technology and operations at Bank of America.

"Amy has an impressive 25-year record of delivering outstanding results across numerous banking disciplines," said KeyCorp Chairman and CEO Beth Mooney, in an announcement of the appointment. "She has led major initiatives focused on innovation as well as technology, and her breadth of experience will add significant value to Key and its clients."

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