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PRICKETT NAMED CHASE PRIVATE BANK SENIOR EXECUTIVE

 NEW YORK, Aug. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- F. Daniel Prickett has been appointed senior U.S. area executive for The Chase Manhattan Private Bank, it was announced today.
 He succeeds Senior Vice President Deborah L. Talbot, 42, who was appointed head of Chase Global Payment & Treasury Services, a unit of transaction-based Chase InfoServ International. She had been responsible for Chase's U.S. private banking the past two years.
 Mr. Prickett, 47, will be responsible for directing the Private Bank in the U.S. and its investment strategy. He will report to James W. Zeigon, executive vice president in charge of The Chase Manhattan Global Private Bank.
 A native of Rochester, N.Y., Mr. Prickett joined The Chase Private Bank this past March as its senior investment executive in the United States. As such, he was charged with directing its domestic investment strategy.
 Previously, Mr. Prickett was with The Boston Company (1987-1993), a subsidiary of The American Express Company, most recently as executive vice president of the Investment Management and Trust Division of the Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Company. In this position, he was responsible for directing all facets of investment management and trust services nationally for the company's high-net-worth clients.
 Before that, Mr. Prickett spent 13 years in California, where he last served as chairman and chief executive officer of the Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Company of California, based in San Francisco. Previously, he had been with The Bank of California, serving in his final years as senior vice president and head of the Northern California Banking Division.
 Mr. Prickett received a B.S. degree from the University of Illinois (1968) and an M.B.A. from the University of Missouri (1970).
 "Dan's experience in private banking will ensure the successful implementation of our U.S. strategy, sharpen our focus on wealth segments, give our clients full access to our global credit, investment, trust and banking capabilities and deliver expanded service to our internal clients with trust and investment needs," Mr. Zeigon said.
 As part of The Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A. (NYSE: CMB), whose origins date back almost 200 years, The Chase Manhattan Private Bank is a global leader in providing comprehensive investment management and wealth preservation services to individuals with investable assets of $1 million or more.
 The Chase Private Bank currently serves clients from virtually every country in the world through a network of more than 30 offices worldwide, including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami and Palm Beach in the United States. It currently manages assets in excess of $60 billion.
 The Chase Manhattan Private Bank is a worldwide marketing name used by The Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A., its subsidiaries and affiliates.
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 /CONTACT: Alexia L. Jacobs of The Chase Manhattan Private Bank, 212-789-5450, or Andrew S. Edson or Nicholas P. Gicas of Padilla Speer Beardsley Inc., 212-752-8338/
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