Thomas Johnson, former heir to the top spot at Manufacturers Hanover, is out of a job, out of the power loop, and thinking about getting out of banking altogether.

Forced to resign as president of Hanover when it agreed in July to merge with Chemical Banking Corp., the 51-year-old exective is now spending his time lecturing about banking issues and serving on boards of directors.

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