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Mail to: 603 / 4 Young Street
Neutral Bay 2089
NSW AU
Tel (02) 9944 3395
Fax (02) 9925 0541

Thomas W. McMahon, Jr

Tom began his banking career with Chase Manhattan Bank as a trainee in 1947 and was promoted successfully through all phases of commercial banking. Remaining at Chase, and with Chase's approval, Tom founded Christiana jointly with Edward, Albert and Mike Stavitsky in 1954. He was elected Senior Vice President of Chase Manhattan Bank in 1962 and Executive Vice President in 1967. He also served as Chairman of the Credit Policy Committee. Mr McMahon retired in 1972 after 25 years service with the Bank. He then became President, CEO and Director of Sterling National Bank. He left Sterling to become Vice Chairman, Chief Administrative Officer and Director of Security National Bank.

When Tom retired completely from Banking, he formed, with Ed Stavitsky, M.S. Associates, a financial consulting firm, and joined Christiana Capital Corporation as Executive Vice President, continuing as a member of the Board of Directors.

Tom, a Phi Beta Kappa graduate, received his B.A. in Economics, his M.S. in Finance from Columbia, and his PhD. from New York University Graduate School of Business Administration Advanced Management Program.

Tom wrote numerous articles, lectured extensively, and received many awards including the "Man of Achievement Award", "Alumni Federation Medal" granted by Columbia University to outstanding alumni, the "Human Relations Award" given by the American Jewish Committee and "The Brandels Distinguished Community Service Award" bestowed by Brandels University Trustees.

He held Directorships/affiliations with Arien Realty and Development Corporation, Johnson
Industries, Incorporated, Universal Mortgage and Realty Trust, Christiana Capital Corporation, Brandon Mortgage Corporation, Interracial Conference of Business Opportunity (National Treasurer) and was a member of the American Arbitration Association.

He was a member of the Advisory Committee of the Black Executive Exchange Program of the National Urban League, Inc, the Advisory Council of the Columbia Graduate School of Business, American Bankers Association, Urban Affairs Committee, The Union League Club, and the Economic Club of New York.