Chase Manhattan Corp.'s retail brokerage named a new president last week.

Scott Bresky, formerly director of sales for Chase Investment Services, has served as interim president since October, when Len Malkin left the post to become director of space planning for the banking company.

Mr. Bresky has 250 brokers reporting directly to him and oversight for trades put through Chase Investment Services by 350 others from other divisions, such as the banking company's affluent markets group and its select direct program. The brokerage had more than $80 million in revenues in 1997, a spokeswoman said.

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