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O’Rourke promoted to regional sales executive, Key Private Bank



ALBANY, N.Y., July 9, 2019 — KeyBank today announced that Fran O’Rourke, senior vice president, has been named regional sales executive, Upstate NY and Connecticut, for Key Private Bank. In her new role, O’Rourke will lead wealth management teams in KeyBank’s Capital Region, Central NY, Connecticut, Rochester and Western NY markets. She is based in KeyBank’s Capital Region headquarters office at 66 South Pearl Street in Albany, N.Y.

“For more than a decade, Fran has exhibited tremendous leadership and has helped Key Private Bank clients manage their wealth and achieve their financial goals,” said Terry Jenkins, president, Key Private Bank. “Her experience, talent and record of accomplishment make her well suited for this expanded role. We look forward to her having continued success with Key Private Bank and serving as a mentor to our talented team of wealth advisors.”

Previously, O’Rourke was market manager for Key Private Bank in the Capital Region, leading a local team of relationship managers, financial planners, fiduciary strategists, portfolio strategists and insurance advisors. Prior to joining Key Private Bank in 2009, O’Rourke spent more than 25 years working in the financial services industry. She brings broad experience in successfully leading wealth management teams and has also managed extensive retail banking operations across New York State and the northeast.

Active in her community, O’Rourke is board president for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation of Northeastern NY. She previously served on the boards of Northern Rivers Family Services and Proctor’s Theatre. She was recipient of the Trailblazers Award by the Women’s Fund of the Capital Region (Albany, N.Y.) in 2015 and was named a Woman of Excellence by the Capital Region Chamber (Albany, N.Y.) in 2016.

O’Rourke lives in Loudonville, N.Y.

Key Private Bank is a leading provider of wealth management solutions and advice for high-net worth and ultra-high-net worth clients, including wealth advisory, investment management, trust administration, customized credit, family office and private banking services. Key’s wealth management platform combines the market insights of local advisors with a national team of wealth and investment strategists to deliver proactive and personalized advice and expertise to clients. Advisors also leverage partnerships with Key’s business banking and capital markets teams to build wealth plans tailored to meet each client’s specific need. Key Private Bank's wealth management platform is delivered across 15 of the United States. Key Private Bank has $38.7 billion in AUM and $41.6 billion in AUA at March 31, 2019.

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