Jay, Pierre - from United States

ID: 261887
Organization: S&B
Country of meeting: in the year 1892

Profession:
Bank Commissioner of Massachusetts (1906-1909), Was the first Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (1914-1926), Chairman of the board of Fiduciary Trust Co. (1930-1945), Vice President of Manhattan Company [New York City] (1909-1914). Traveled abroad 1892-1993 and 1895, with New York Commercial Company 1893 and West Side Construction Company 1894, secretary treasurer St. Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, New York City, 1896, president Second Avenue and Central Cross Town Railroad companies, New York City, 1897-1999, with Strong, Sturges & Company, bankers and brokers, New York City, 1899-1900, in charge bond department Post & Flagg, New York City, 1899-1903, vice-president Old Colony Trust Company, Boston, 1903-1906, Bank Commissioner of Massachusetts 1906-1909, vice-president Manhattan Company, New York City, 1909-1914, Federal reserve agent and director Federal Reserve Bank of New York 1914-1926, member transfer committee and deputy agent general for reparation payments under Dawes Plan 1927-30, chairman board Fiduciary Trust Company, New York City, 1930 until retirement 1945, honorary chairman 1945 until resignation 1949, M A Hon Yale 1917, commander Legion of Honor (France), trustee Groton School, Barnard College, American Academy in Rome, president board of trustees Brearley School, vice-president finance committee Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America 1940, national treasurer Russian War Relief, Inc 1941, member Foreign Bondholders Protective Council, New York Board of Education, and New York National Guard.

Born May 4, 1870, Warwick, N. Y. Died November 24, 1949, New York City.

Obituary record of Graduates of Yale College, year 1949-50, page 17

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