In a long-expected ruling, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has banned a former Connecticut thrift executive from banking.

William Wilcox, the former president of the Savings Institute of Willimantic, had been accused in lawsuits by former employees of, among other things, pressuring subordinates to cook the books and plotting to discredit a rival by planting cocaine on him.

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