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Thomas S. Johnson is an American banker. He was chairman and CEO GreenPoint Financial Corp. and GreenPoint Bank and since April 23, 2001; he served there from 1993 to 2004. He has chaired the Board of Trustees of the United States-Japan Foundation. He was president and director of Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co. and Manufacturers Hanover Corp. from 1989 to 1991. In 1st quarter 2009 he was named as non-executive chairman of the board at The Phoenix Cos. after serving on the board since 2000 Phoenix is based in Hartford CT (NYSE: PNX). [1]

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Johnson graduated from Harvard in 1964 and continued by starting the Master of Business Management Program at Ateneo de Manila University. [2]

Ateneo de Manila University a private teaching and research university run by the Society of Jesus in the Philippines

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