The chief financial officer of a Connecticut bank has resigned several weeks after the company discovered accounting errors that will cause reductions in earnings for two prior reporting periods.

Hometown Bancorp, holding company for Bank of Darien, also said it will not be able to release revised earnings reports for yearend 1994 and the first quarter of 1995 because the complexity of the issues has delayed its internal investigation.

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