More than two decades ago, Terrence Murray, a Fleet Industrial Bank vice president, hired a Bostonian fresh out of Harvard and eager to establish his footing in the financial world.

That rookie, Thomas M. O'Neill, did stints in the bank's management trainee program and behind the teller window before leaving to pursue a career in money management.

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