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Key Bank CDLI Names VP of Business Development

KeyBank Community Development Lending and Investment (CDLI) has appointed Mary Ann Lang as SVP of business development. She is responsible for supporting investor relationships and further building out the syndication platform. Lang is based in Indianapolis and reports to Stacie Nekus, SVP and team leader of equity investments at KeyBank CDLI. 

“Mary Ann has a proven track record in raising investor equity and closing funds,” said Nekus. “Her expertise and relationships will help us better serve our investor and developer clients and grow our affordable housing capabilities.” 

Lang brings more than 17 years of experience in Low Income Housing Tax Credits and the affordable housing industry. Before joining KeyBank, she was a managing director at CREA, where she led a high performing syndication team and was responsible for launching funds and raising capital. 


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