KeyCorp was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Cleveland, US

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KeyCorp has offices in Hamilton, Harrison County, Columbia, Bloomfield and in 206 other locations

Cleveland, US (HQ)

127 Public Square

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KeyCorp's revenue was reported to be $5.02 b in FY, 2016 which is a **91.6% increase** from the previous period.

USD | |
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## Net income (FY, 2017) | 1.3 b |

## EBIT (FY, 2017) | 3.8 b |

## Market capitalization (23-Apr-2018) | 21.6 b |

## Cash (31-Dec-2017) | 671 m |

## EV | 35.3 b |

KeyCorp's current market capitalization is $21.6 b.

- Source: SEC Filings

Annual

USD | FY, 2013 | FY, 2014 | FY, 2015 | FY, 2016 | FY, 2017 |
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## Revenue | 2.6 b | 2.6 b | 2.6 b | 5 b | |

| (3%) | 3% | 92% | ||

## Cost of goods sold | 274 m | 400 m | 613 m | ||

## Gross profit | 2.3 b | 4.6 b |

Quarterly

USD | Q3, 2013 | Q1, 2014 | Q2, 2014 | Q3, 2014 | Q1, 2015 | Q2, 2015 | Q3, 2015 | Q1, 2016 | Q2, 2016 | Q3, 2016 | Q1, 2017 | Q2, 2017 | Q3, 2017 |
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## Revenue | 1.1 b | 1.1 b | 1.1 b | 1.2 b | 1.4 b | 1.6 b | 1.8 b | 1.7 b | |||||

## Cost of goods sold | 68 m | 70 m | 79 m | 87 m | 110 m | 132 m | 144 m | 161 m | |||||

## Gross profit | 1.1 b | 1.1 b | 1 b | 1.1 b | 1.3 b | 1.5 b | 1.6 b | 1.5 b | |||||

| 94% | 94% | 93% | 92% | 92% | 92% | 92% | 91% |

- Source: SEC Filings

Annual

Quarterly

USD | Q3, 2013 | Q1, 2014 | Q2, 2014 | Q3, 2014 | Q1, 2015 | Q2, 2015 | Q3, 2015 | Q1, 2016 | Q2, 2016 | Q3, 2016 | Q1, 2017 | Q2, 2017 | Q3, 2017 |
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## Cash | 748 m | 409 m | 604 m | 651 m | 506 m | 693 m | 470 m | 474 m | 496 m | 749 m | 549 m | 601 m | 562 m |

## PP&E | 890 m | 862 m | 844 m | 832 m | 806 m | 788 m | 771 m | 750 m | 742 m | 1 b | 935 m | 919 m | 916 m |

## Goodwill | 979 m | 979 m | 979 m | 1.1 b | 1.1 b | 1.1 b | 1.1 b | 1.1 b | 1.1 b | 2.5 b | 2.4 b | 2.5 b | 2.5 b |

## Total Assets | 90.7 b | 90.8 b | 91.8 b | 89.8 b | 94.2 b | 94.6 b | 95.4 b | 98.4 b | 101 b | 136 b | 134 b | 136 b | 137 b |

Annual

Quarterly

USD | Q3, 2013 | Q1, 2014 | Q2, 2014 | Q3, 2014 | Q1, 2015 | Q2, 2015 | Q3, 2015 | Q1, 2016 | Q2, 2016 | Q3, 2016 | Q1, 2017 | Q2, 2017 | Q3, 2017 |
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## Net Income | 680 m | 242 m | 467 m | 653 m | 235 m | 474 m | 691 m | 188 m | 389 m | 562 m | 325 m | 737 m | 1.1 b |

## Cash From Operating Activities | 1 b | 156 m | 263 m | 465 m | (1.1 b) | 59 m | 249 m | 373 m | 724 m | 860 m | (405 m) | (589 m) | 1.1 b |

## Purchases of PP&E | (4.6 b) | (618 m) | (1.2 b) | (2 b) | (403 m) | (2.5 b) | (3.3 b) | (610 m) | (1.6 b) | (4.2 b) | (195 m) | (723 m) | (2.7 b) |

## Cash From Investing Activities | (1.4 b) | 1.7 b | 1.1 b | 1.5 b | 582 m | (835 m) | (1.4 b) | (3.3 b) | (6.2 b) | (4.4 b) | 1.9 b | 1.3 b | (833 m) |

USD | Y, 2017 |
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## EV/EBIT | 9.3 x |

## EV/CFO | 19.4 x |

## Financial Leverage | 9.2 x |

KeyCorp's Total Loans was reported to be $86.5b in Q2, 2017.

FY, 2014 | Q1, 2015 | Q2, 2015 | Q3, 2015 | FY, 2015 | Q1, 2016 | Q2, 2016 | Q3, 2016 | FY, 2016 | Q1, 2017 | Q2, 2017 | |
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## ATMs | 1.29 k | 1.26 k | 1.59 k | ||||||||

## Bank Branches | 994 | 966 | 1.22 k | ||||||||

## Non-performing Loans | $190 m | $437 m | $419 m | $437 m | $387 m | $676 m | $619 m | $723 m | $625 m | $573 m | $507 m |

## Total Loans | $57.38 b | $57.95 b | $58.26 b | $60.09 b | $59.88 b | $60.44 b | $62.10 b | $85.53 b | $86.04 b | $86.13 b | $86.50 b |

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April 20, 2018

November 08, 2017

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August 15, 2017

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June 22, 2017

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