KeyBank Names Business Banking Manager for WMass

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Thomas Tierney

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — KeyBank has appointed Thomas Tierney as a business banking relationship manager for the Western Massachusetts market.

In this role, Tierney will manage commercial relationships for businesses with annual revenues ranging from $3 million to $20 million. In addition to supporting the bank's existing client relationships, Tierney will be responsible for generating new business banking opportunities, and expanding commercial loans and deposit relationships for the bank.

He will report to Allison Standish-Plimpton, who serves as senior vice president and business banking sales leader for KeyBank's Connecticut and Western Massachusetts markets.

"We are very excited to welcome Tom to our business banking team," Standish-Plimpton said. "His expertise will deepen and enrich existing client experiences and enhance our efforts to build new relationships in the market."

Tierney joins the KeyBank relationship management team with more than 17 years of business banking and finance experience, most recently with IBM's Global Finance Division. Prior to IBM, he was employed by Bank of America, where he provided financial solutions and successfully increased the bank’s wallet share through cross selling.

Tierney holds a bachelor's degree in management with a minor in economics and is currently pursuing a master's degree at Saint Joseph's College studying theology. Tierney is a resident of Mendon, Mass., and will work out of KeyBank's West Springfield location.

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