Hear from KeyBank Executives, Meet Recruiters and Network
Thursday, September 24, 2020
4:00 PM to 6:30 PM
On Brazen. RSVP here!
Featuring two-time alumnus (BS Computer and Information Science and MBA from CSU) and keynote speaker, Robert G. Kula, Executive Vice President and Chief Modeling and Analytics Officer. Robert leads the Risk Modeling & Analytics team in Finance at KeyCorp. He reports directly to the Chief Financial Officer of the bank.
KeyBank Day at the Monte Ahuja College of Business is an exclusive career networking-information session and recruiting event. It began in 2014 because of Key's interest in recruiting for internship and full-time career rotational programs. KeyBank selected the Monte Ahuja College of Business for this unique annual event due to their interest in retaining talented CSU college graduates in the greater Cleveland area; as well as developing future business leaders.
This year, due to COVID-19; the event will be virtual. Students should register on Brazen here. The event will still offer the same structure.
KeyBank Day – Agenda
Session One: Keynote Speaker: Meet Robert A. Kula, ask questions and discover the skill sets needed to work at Key.
Session Two: Meet the KeyBank Recruiters! This is YOUR opportunity to speak one-on-one and network with KeyBank recruiters about internships, their full-time rotational career opportunities and the application process.
RSVP here today!
About Keynote Speaker, Robert Kula:
Robert G. Kula is Executive Vice President and Chief Modeling and Analytics Officer. He leads the Risk Modeling & Analytics team in Finance at KeyCorp. He reports directly to the Chief Financial Officer of the bank. His group’s responsibilities include credit modeling, predictive analytics, consumer credit decisioning, economic capital attribution, commercial risk ratings and the allowance for loan and lease losses. He is a member of the bank’s Executive Council, Credit Risk Committee, Model Risk Committee and Scenario Development Working group.
Bob is a champion of diversity, equity, and inclusion. He is on the Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Council. Bob was awarded Key’s 2012 Harold “Pete” Carmichael Supplier Diversity Award.
Bob built out a number of functions that have been spun out into their own groups within the bank, including Model Risk, Operational Risk and Financial Crimes modeling.
Bob joined the former Society Bank in 1991. He has held numerous leadership positions at Key, including risk manager in Bankcard, manager of Economic Capital and was the first director of the Client Strategy Group, which focused on information based strategies for the lines of business. Prior to Key, Bob worked at Bridgestone/Firestone in both the credit card division and the financial analysis group.
Bob earned both his bachelor’s degree in computer and information science and his MBA in finance from Cleveland State University. He is on the Board for Front Steps (non-profit) in Cleveland, Ohio, which is focused on helping to end the cycle of homelessness.