Chase Manhattan Corp. has named a new head of business development for its global trust and custody services.
In his new role, George F. Evans, a vice president for Chase's Global Investor Services unit, will be responsible for attracting new business from mutual fund companies and investment managers with international assets and investments.
Mr. Evans replaces Douglas Miller, who left Chase last December to take a job at State Street Boston Corp.
Mr. Evans will report to Robert Field, global business development executive. He joined Chase in 1994 and worked on building new clientele for the global unit's North American Insurance Division. Previously, he spent 10 years with Prudential Insurance Co., overseeing securities settlement, accounting, and financial reporting.
Chase's Global Investor Services unit is the largest global custodian in the world, with $665 billion of international assets under custody.