The Hanover Trust Company was a private American bank of the s. Its offices were located in BostonMassachusetts. It became infamous initially for turning down Charles Ponzi for a loan of 2, dollars [2] for his IRC scheme inand subsequently for being bought up by Charles Ponzi in July From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ponzi's scheme - the true story of a financial legend. Retrieved 27 October Hidden categories: All stub articles. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history.

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The building was originally owned by the Manufacturers Trust Company, which merged with Central Hanover Bank & Trust Company (Hanover Trust) to become Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company, which in turn merged with Chemical Bank, which was absorbed into Chase Manhattan and is now JPMorgan Chase & Company. Manufacturers Hanover acquired full ownership of the land underlying ……