Terry Grant

President, Utah Market KeyBank N.A.

With over 30 years of banking experience, Terry Grant is the President for KeyBank Utah with his office located in the KeyBank Tower in Salt Lake City, Utah.  In this position, he is responsible for overseeing and coordinating all lines of KeyBank’s businesses within Utah, including Commercial Banking, Private Banking, Retail & Consumer Banking, as well as Business Banking.

Prior to joining KeyBank, Mr. Grant was a Regional Team Lead for the Commercial Banking Group at Wells Fargo; founded and was the Chief Credit & Lending Officer of Proficio Bank; the Utah Commercial Division Manager at JP Morgan Chase/Bank One; and a Senior Relationship Manager at US Bank in Utah.

He spent 20 years outside of Utah in senior commercial banking roles with Royal Bank of Canada (Los Angeles, Toronto & New York) and Credit Lyonnais New York.  He has extensive experience in commercial banking as well as international banking and trade.

Mr. Grant was recently appointed by the Governor of Utah to sit on the Utah International Relations & Trade Commission.  He is currently active as a Board of Trustee member for Westminster College.  As well, he sits on the boards of: United Way of Salt Lake; World Trade Center Utah; Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce; Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce Executive Roundtable (Chair); Utah Technology Council; Junior Achievement Utah; Next Generation Freedom Fund; Living Planet Aquarium; Camp Kostopulos; and Hale Centre Theatre in West Valley.  In 2014 he was honored with the Outstanding Eagle Award from the Boy Scouts of America.  He earned his MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management and resides with his wife in Alpine, Utah.

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