|Location||Park Avenue and Fourth Avenue|
|Proprietor||Sir Morty Froehlich|
The largest bank in New York, the Manhattan Trust was where many of the cities rich and influential citizens choose to place their money, including Dons Vito Corleone and Emilio Barzini. It was run by Sir Morty Froehlich.
In 1953, the bank was attacked by the Cuneo family, which dismayed the Corleone family, who had a great deal of evidence placed their which was often used to blackmail other wealthy individuals. Aldo Trapani was sent in retrieve the evidence, as well as take off with $40,000 dollars that the rival family had not obtained.