KeyBank has announced that Scott Schlange has been named Idaho market president. He will serve in his new role as market president while also maintaining his previous responsibilities as senior vice president, commercial banking leader — a role he has held since 2017. As the Idaho market president, Schlange will drive collaboration and coordination of KeyBank activities and resources, be actively involved in the community and serve as the external executive face of Key. He will also partner with Key’s Corporate Responsibility Group to develop and implement a community lending and investment strategy. He will continue to be based in Boise, and he sits on the board for Idaho Technology Council, Boise Metro Chamber, Boise Valley Economical Partnership, Salvation Army and Idaho Business for Education.
Schlange has more than 20 years of banking experience and replaces Steven Storey, who recently retired from the role of market president. Schlange joined KeyBank’s commercial banking team following a 12-year tenure with Wells Fargo, where he held various positions of increasing responsibility, most recently as senior vice president and business banking manager in Los Angeles. He is a graduate of California State University of Northridge, California and has achieved certifications from the California Bankers Association Commercial Lending school and the Pacific Coast Banking School.