Key Equipment Finance Promotes Gross and Bullen to New EVP Leadership Roles



Key Equipment Finance announced that Amy Gross and Peter Bullen have expanded leadership roles and have been promoted to executive vice president. Gross will lead Key Government Finance and Commercial Vendor, which now aligns the company’s government and commercial vendor capabilities. Bullen will lead Bank Channel and Clean Energy, which now encompasses Key Equipment Finance’s direct business and specialized clean energy expertise.

“It is my pleasure to announce the promotion of both Amy and Peter and to bring more of our capabilities under their leadership,” said Adam D. Warner, president of Key Equipment Finance. “We are always looking for ways to better meet the needs of our clients, and by aligning our commercial vendor and government operations we will be able to provide a broader client offering to manufacturers and distributors, as well as federal and municipal governments.”

Aligning clean energy with the bank channel will also help the company better serve these markets. “While developing manufacturer programs will still be a top priority for Key Equipment Finance’s clean energy team, closer alignment with the bank channel will help meet the increasing demand for developer and direct business originations in the clean energy sector,” said Warner. “Additionally, this new alignment will create greater synergies with the KeyBanc Capital Markets Utilities, Power & Renewable Energy group.”

Gross joined Key in 2009 and was named vice president of Key Government Finance in 2016. Bullen joined KeyCorp in 1992 and was named senior vice president of the bank channel in 2009.

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