KeyCorp/KeyBank

KeyCorp/KeyBank

Headquartered in Cleveland, OH with roots that trace back 190 years to Albany, NY, KeyCorp is one of the nation’s largest bank-based financial services companies, with assets of approximately $171 billion.

Key also has Native American Financial Services offices in Bellevue, WA, led by National Executive, Mike Lettig. For more than 60 years, KeyBank has served over 70 Tribes and Tribal Enterprises from coast to coast. As one of the first financial institutions to create dedicated teams serving this market, Key has a deep understanding of the complexities each Nation faces. We take the time to know you, the unique cultural characteristics of your Tribe, and what matters most.

Leading a team of experts, your KeyBank Relationship Manager will deliver relevant, tailored solutions that bring your Tribe’s financial objectives to life. Whether expanding infrastructure, leveraging renewable energy, developing natural resources or cultivating agribusiness, we can help.

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Name:Mike Lettig, National Executive, Native American Financial Services

Email:william_m_lettig@keybank.com

Phone:425-709-4503


Name:Ryan Bumrungkittikul , Director, Native American Financial Services

Email:ryan_bumrungkittikul@keybank.com

Phone:425-709-4575

KeyCorp/KeyBank's history as a Sponsor with NAFOA

  1. Virtual 2020 Fall Conference

  2. 38th Annual (Virtual) Conference

  3. 2019 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference

  4. 37th Annual Conference

  5. 2018 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference

  6. 36th Annual Conference

  7. 2017 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference

  8. 35th Annual Conference

  9. 2016 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference

  10. Thirty-Fourth Annual Conference

  11. NAFOA's 2015 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference

  12. Thirty-Third Annual Conference

  13. 2014 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference