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Monday, December 6, 2021

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New PSPA Associate Member

PSPA is happy to announce that KeyBanc Capital Markets has joined PSPA as an Associate Member, joining with PSPA in our mission support the Alaska seafood industry and the sustainable use of fishery resources. KeyBanc is a U.S.-based integrated corporate and investment bank that has a deep knowledge of the seafood sector and a focus on the seafood industry.


KeyBanc specializes in being a one-stop-shop for all advisory and banking needs; they provide financing, work to understand how demographic and lifestyle trends impact consumer behavior, and build dialogue with their clients on brand strategy while positioning for unique opportunities. KeyBanc currently has relationships with several PSPA members. Welcome aboard PSPA and thank you for your support to our industry!


Learn more about KeyBanc here: www.key.com


The primary points of contact are:


Nate Michel

Relationship Manager

1301 5th Avenue, 24th Floor

Seattle, Washington 98101

nathan.michel@key.com

206-684-6130


Tim Lennox

Director, KeyBanc Capital Markets

1301 5th Avenue, 25th Floor

Seattle, Washington 98101

tlennox@key.com

206.684.6585 | Office

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