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  2. History of Our Firm - JPMorgan Chase

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    Chemical and Manufacturers Hanover merge . Chemical Banking Corporation merges with Manufacturers Hanover Corporation, reported in the press as a "merger of equals." The new firm is named Chemical Banking Corporation and is the second-largest banking institution in the U.S. behind Citicorp.

  3. Manufacturers Hanover Trust Name Officially Retired | AP News

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    Manufacturers Hanover joins the names of other once-mighty banks that have been shed as the industry consolidates: NCNB Corp., C&S-Sovran Corp., and Security Pacific Bank. The new Chemical, the nation’s third-largest banking company, is a leader in loan syndication and lending to so-called middle market businesses.

  4. Manufacturers Hanover Agrees to Sell Consumer Finance Unit

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    NEW YORK (AP) _ Manufacturers Hanover Corp. plans to sell its consumer finance unit for $685 million in cash to a unit of American General Corp., a Texas-based financial service concern, it was announced Monday. The companies said they reached an agreement in principle on the sale of Manufacturers Hanover Consumer Services Inc. in a deal that would nearly double the size of American General's ...

  5. Manufacturers Hanover Trust Name Officially Retired | AP News

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    Manufacturers Hanover joins the names of other once-mighty banks that have been shed as the industry consolidates: NCNB Corp., C&S-Sovran Corp., and Security Pacific Bank. The new Chemical, the nation’s third-largest banking company, is a leader in loan syndication and lending to so-called middle market businesses.

  6. Alumni Network - JPMorgan Chase & Co. | Official Website

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    Chemical and Manufacturers Hanover merge . Chemical Banking Corporation merges with Manufacturers Hanover Corporation, reported in the press as a "merger of equals." The new firm is named Chemical Banking Corporation and is the second-largest banking institution in the U.S. behind Citicorp. 1995 First Chicago merges with NBD

  7. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. | Encyclopedia.com

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    Both Manufacturers Trust and Central Hanover grew through a slew of mergers and acquisitions, until the two banks joined forces in 1961 as the Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company. This bank became a subsidiary of a newly formed bank holding company, Manufacturers Hanover Corporation, in 1969. Late 1990s: Consolidation and Further Takeovers ’ s

  8. Manufacturers Hanover Corp. Thursday announced a major ... -UPI

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    NEW YORK -- Manufacturers Hanover Corp. Thursday announced a major reorganization of its banking operations into five segments that it said will enable it to 'realize substantial management and ...

  9. Manufacturers Hanover Corporation - en-academic.com

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    Manufacturers Hanover Corporation was the bank holding company formed as parent of Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company, a large New York bank formed by a merger in 1961. After 1969, Manufacturers Hanover Trust became a subsidiary of Manufacturers Hanover Corporation. Charles J. Stewart was the company ' s first president and chairman.

  10. MANUFACTURERS HANOVER TRUST COMPANY

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    MANUFACTURERS HANOVER TRUST COMPANY was registered on 1961-10-10 as a foreign profit corporation type with the address 130 JOHN ST FL 4, NEW YORK, NY, 10038-3507, USA. The company id for this entity is H856806. There are 3 director records in this entity. The agent name for this entity is: C T CORPORATION SYSTEM.

  11. Manufacturer Model | Encyclopedia.com

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    MANUFACTURER MODEL. Connectivity is what gives the Internet its power. Ever since consumers widely adopted the World Wide Web, new possibilities have existed for buying and selling goods and services. Companies that already sold products directly to consumers gained another channel for doing so, and companies that relied on wholesalers and ...