KeyBanc Capital Markets has added to its fixed income staff with the addition of Chris O’Neill and Jeffrey Tucker to the securitized products sale team.

O’Neill joins the bank as a managing director and Tucker joins as a director. The two will report to Keith Newman and Michael Corsi, co-heads of securitized product sales in the fixed income group, the bank announced in a press release on Monday.

“We are committed to all aspects of our fixed income business and MBS continues to be a priority sector for us,” said Brian Brennan, head of KeyBanc capital markets fixed income group. “Chris and Jeff are highly productive sales people in the MBS space and we are excited to have them as part of our team.”

Brian Brennan, head of KeyBanc capital markets fixed income group.
Brian Brennan, head of KeyBanc capital markets fixed income group.
Brian Brennan, head of KeyBanc capital markets fixed income group.

O’Neill brings more than 12 years of fixed income sales experience to. Previously, he was a managing director at RBC, specializing in structured product sales focusing on non-agency, agency and ABS. Prior to that, he was at Amherst Securities Group, Jefferies and Bear Stearns.

Tucker brings more than 25 years of securitized product sales experience and joins from Credit Suisse Securities, where he was a director in the securitized products institutional sales group. He also worked at Merrill Lynch, PNC and Mellon Financial Services.

The KeyBanc capital markets fixed income group, the corporate and investment banking arm of KeyCorp., has nearly 100 fixed income representatives nationwide that are focused on the distribution and trading of taxable and tax-exempt securities, concentrating on securitized products, investment-grade credit, high yield bonds, U.S. treasuries, government agencies and municipal securities. The bank’s fixed income sales, trading and distribution platform supports all of the bank’s debt capital markets and municipal bond transactions.

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