Chase Manhattan Corp., apparently unsatisfied with its stature in the investments field, is carrying out a sweeping reorganization of its asset management and private banking group.

Arjun K. Mathrani, who assumed control of the group less than a year ago, is resigning, and the businesses are being split into three distinct units, each with its own management.

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