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  2. Manufacturers Hanover Corporation - Wikipedia

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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. The corporation acquired the former Union Carbide Corporation headquarters at 270 Park Avenue, and though it merged into Chemical Banking Corporation for $1.9 billio

  3. Manufacturers Hanover Corporation | American corporation ...

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    Manufacturers Hanover Corporation, former American multibank holding company whose principal subsidiary was Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company. Headquarters for both were in New York City . The Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company bank had its origins in various banks that arose in New York City in the 19th century.

  4. Manufacturers Hanover Corporation | Encyclopedia.com

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    Manufacturers Hanover Corporation. 270 Park Avenue New York, New York 10017 U.S.A. (212) 286-6000. Public Company Incorporated: 1968 Employees: 23,557 Assets: $66.71 billion Stock Index: New York. The Manufacturers Hanover Corporation, the holding company of Manufacturers Hanover Trust, is one of the world ’ s leading banking and financial institutions. The company has relied on a long series of mergers and acquisitions to boost its influence nationally and worldwide.

  5. Manufacturers Hanover Corporation - Wikiwand

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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.

  6. History of Our Firm - JPMorgan Chase

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    Morgan Guaranty, Chase Manhattan, Manufacturers Hanover, Chemical, and First National Bank of Chicago all reorganize to form holding companies, corporate entities that own the capital stock of their lead banks. Holding companies permit greater flexibility to raise capital and expand geographically and functionally.

  7. Manufacturers | The Hanover Insurance Group

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    Manufacturers face risks from equipment breakdown, defective parts, fire hazards, and more. Hanover Manufacturers Advantage is designed to meet a wide range of manufacturers, offering a variety of differentiated products and value-add services to mid-sized companies that manufacture: For high-hazard manufacturers, Hanover Specialty Industrial (HSI) offers a wide array of specialized insurance solutions to businesses that manufacture, warehouse, transport, blend or distribute high-hazard ...

  8. Chase Alumni Association

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    Manufacturers Hanover Corporation and its principal subsidiary, Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company, trace their lineage back to 1812, when the New York Manufacturing Company was founded at the corner of Nassau and Liberty Streets. Included in its charter was the authorization to conduct banking operations.

  9. Manufacturers Hanover Fades Out - The New York Times

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    Quietly, at 11:59 P.M. Friday, the 180-year-old Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company ceased to exist as an independent bank. By converting Manufacturers into a division of Chemical Bank, from...

  10. Chemical Bank, Manufacturers Hanover officially merge - UPI

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    Manufacturers Hanover was eighth, with $65.6 billion. Advertisement The merger marks the end of an era for 'Manny Hanny,' which traces its heritage back to the 1850s, when The Manufacturers...

  11. THE BLUES AT MANUFACTURER'S HANOVER - The New York Times

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    The merged bank became the principal subsidiary of the Manufacturers Hanover Corporation, the holding company with headquarters at 270 Park Avenue in Manhattan.