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December 5, 2023

KeyBank's Colin March takes on expanded regional role

A little over a year into his job as KeyBank’s Maine commercial banking leader, Colin March will take on an expanded regional role across four states, the bank announced Tuesday.

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Colin March

March’s new responsibilities include leadership of commercial banking and payments solutions activities throughout northern New England, including Boston.

He will oversee a team of about a dozen bankers responsible for supporting banking and treasury management needs of companies with annual revenues of more than $10 million in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire and eastern Massachusetts.

“At KeyBank, we are making it easier for our commercial clients to do business with us through more integrated, simplified relationship teams that are delivering a more consistent banking experience across the New England region,” March said.

“We are also offering our commercial capabilities to a broader subset of businesses, including those with $10 million or more in revenues," he added.
March has served as KeyBank’s Maine’s commercial banking sales leader since September 2022, succeeding Raymond “Chip” Kelley upon Kelley’s retirement.

KeyBank is owned by KeyCorp. (NYSE: KEY), a Cleveland-based financial services company with assets of around $188 billion as of Sept. 30. KeyBank is No. 4 among banks with the largest market share in the state, according to the 2023 Mainebiz Book of Lists. That ranking is based on $3.06 billion in Maine deposits as of June 30, 2022.

More about Colin March

March began his professional career with Morgan Stanley in London, where he later served as vice president of the global capital markets division. 

He later joined Citigroup as a director in its commodities division, working with energy companies out of both London and Houston. 

The Falmouth native returned to his hometown in 2019 to join TD Bank’s commercial lending team.  

March received a bachelor’s degree from American University in Washington, D.C., and a Master of International Affairs degree from Columbia University in New York.

Outside of work, he is active with the United Way of Southern Maine and serves on the boards of Waynflete School in Portland, Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Maine & Co, North Atlantic Capital and CEI Ventures.

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