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Key EF Names Eades VP of Key4Green, Bank Channel

March 06, 2018, 07:30 AM

Key Equipment Finance named Jeffrey Eades vice president of Key4Green. He will lead the Key4Green team as it continues to help clients align their business goals with investments in renewable and energy efficient solutions.

Key4Green is designed to help companies finance energy efficient and renewable equipment to optimize cash flow by introducing cost reductions and lower expenses related to repair and maintenance of outdated equipment. The Key4Green team works alongside companies to identify possible tax credits, rebates, grants or other financial advantages that might be available.

“Jeff has had a long and successful career at KeyBank having worked as a manager in the retail group, various commercial lending roles within the community bank setting and, most recently, as a business developer for Key4Green,” said Peter Bullen, senior vice president, Bank Channel, Key Equipment Finance. “Jeff is the perfect leader to grow Key4Green and I look forward to working with him in his new role.”

Eades completed the Key Equipment Finance management training program in 1987 and then moved through the ranks of branch banking and retail management before leaving the company to pursue leadership roles. Prior to joining Key Equipment Finance again in 2003, Eades was the vice president of business banking with Bank of America. He also held positions of increasing responsibility with Riviera Finance and Chase Manhattan Bank.

Eades holds a bachelor’s degree in American Studies from Syracuse University. He has also served as the vice chairman for the American Cancer Society, vice chairman for the American Lung Association and currently holds two board position with Aurora of CNY and Access CNY. Eades also volunteers as an adaptive ski instructor with ARISE & Ski, a program designed to provide individuals with disabilities an opportunity to participate in winter sports.

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