Maurice Mann

Maurice Mann


Joined AGB:

Primary Dept/Div:
Corporate Finance

Primary Office:
San Francisco

Maury Mann was born in Peabody, MA likely grew up in New England receiving an AB from Northeastern University (Boston) in 1951, an MA from Boston University, and a Ph.D. from Syracuse. He worked in government and in commercial bank management before becoming the CEO of the Federal Home Loan Bank in San Francisco 1973-1977. He joined Becker in the San Francisco office in January, 1978 and became a Vice-Chairman in mid-1978. Maury was quite active with a team of associates in generating substantial business in conversions and the private and public financing of federal savings and loan associations throughout the nation. For three years until he left the post in January, Mr. Mann was chairman and chief officer of the Pacific Stock Exchange, He was considered a principal spokesman for the West Coast financial community.He apparently joined Merrill Lynch Capital Markets as Vice Chairman in 1984, He subsequently became Chairman of the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange in1988 through early 1990, before his death at age 60 later that year.

New York Times, November 9, 1990. Maurice Mann Dies; Stock Chief Was 60. Maurice Mann, an economist, banker and a former aide to President Richard M. Nixon, died Wednesday aboard an airplane returning to California from Florida. He was 60 years old and lived in San Francisco. Mr. Mann died of a heart attack, his daughter said. He is survived by his wife; two daughters; and a granddaughter.

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