Chase Manhattan NamesR. Boyle Vice Chairman
Richard J. Boyle was named vice chairman and global bank executive of Chase Manhattan Bank, the lead bank for Chase Manhattan Corp. and the third largest bank in the country. Mr. Boyle succeeds Anthony Terracciano, now chairman of Mellon Bank NA of Pittsburgh. He will be responsible for corporate, investment and international banking activities as well as trading and securities businesses.
Michael F. Dacey, formerly a senior vice president and manufacturing component executive, was named to succeed him as executive vice president and corporate industries executive.
Michael Urkowitz, an executive vice president, was named to head the bank's new service products sector, which includes corporate services, electronic banking, global securities, pension and institutional trust and information services businesses.
BANK HAPOALIM-NEW YORK - Anton T. Loew was named first vice president and corporate manager of the New York office of Tel Aviv-based Bank Hapoalim, Israel's largest bank. He will manage all commercial lending activities. He succeeds Debbie Dribin, who left to pursue other interests. He was a vice president in the New York office of Munich, West Germany-based Bayerische Vereinsbank AG, where he managed trade services, correspondent banking and the syndication department.
Chrysler Financial Taps
Capo for VP/Controller
TROY, Mich. - Thomas P. Capo was named vice president and controller of Chrysler Financial Corp., the financial arm of Chrysler Corp. He succeeds Clifford A. Smith, who was named manager, corporate accounting, of the parent. Mr. Capo was director, treasury planning in the corporate treasurer's office where he was responsible for mergers and acquisitions.
GREENWICH PHARMACEUTICALS INC. (GREENWICH, Conn.) - Edwin R. Thompson was named president and chief operating officer. Mr. Thompson, 38, was vice president, marketing and business development, since May 1986, and a director since November 1986. Greenwich Pharmaceuticals develops new drugs for therapeutic applications.
PORT OF BEAUMONT (Beaumont, Texas.) - Terry T. Jordan was named deputy port director. He was director, sales, marketing and traffic, of E.S. Binnings Inc., a Houston-based steamship agent and terminal operator. Mr. Jordan's appointment is part of a reorganization of the port agency's management staff.
TRANS FREIGHT LINES (Wayne, N.J.) - Ole Sweedland was promoted to vice president, staff operations, of the trans-Atlantic containership company, a new position. He was vice president, operations. Gary Jones was promoted to division operations manager, northern service. Both men are based in the company's Wayne headquarters and report to Thomas A. Yost, executive vice president. TFL is a subsidiary of P&O Containers Ltd.
NY COM INC. (New York) - David A. Lyone became president, chief executive and chairman of this provider of operator services for "0+" telephone calls as an alternative to those offered by AT&T and the local telephone companies. The company's services are being offered to hotels, motels, hospitals and private pay phone owners.