Carver Federal Savings Bank, the nation's largest black-owned thrift whose stock has been hammered ever since it went public in October, has named Thomas L. Clark Jr. president and chief executive.

Mr. Clark, who is deputy superintendent of banks for New York State, will begin the job on Feb. 1. He succeeds Richard T. Greene, who has been president and chief executive officer of the $333 million-asset company for 25 years. Mr. Greene, 83, will become chairman, and M. Moran Weston, Carver's current chairman, will become vice chairman.

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