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Former SEC Chief Levitt Rejoining M&T Bank

July 26, 2001|Bloomberg News

Arthur Levitt Jr. the longest-serving chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, is rejoining the board of M&T Bank Corp. (ticker symbol: MTB) in Buffalo, N.Y., as a director.

Levitt, 70, served as director of the bank from 1987 until 1993, when he was appointed to the SEC by President Clinton. Levitt left the SEC in February.

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