NEW HAVEN - First Constitution Financial Corp. said it is no longer pursuing a plan to sell about $220 million in non-accruing assets while seeking outside investors to assist in a recapitalization of its subsidiary, First Constitution Bank.

The company said on July 29 that it filed a capital plan with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. that called for the transactions, but it said FDIC financial assistance would be necessary.

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