Chase Manhattan Corp. plans to become a major equity underwriter over the next 10 years-without buying an investment bank - said William B. Harrison Jr., Chase's vice chairman in charge of wholesale banking.

The nation's largest bank is currently searching for a head of equity underwriting, Mr. Harrison said, and will look to that person to build a high-powered equity team.

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