WASHINGTON -- Bank regulators on Thursday fined a former Connecticut bank attorney more than $630,000 for his role in a 1992 bank failure.

The comptroller of the currency said that Augustus I. Cavallari Jr., former counsel to the failed Summit National Bank, Torrington, Conn., must pay an $83,000 civil money penalty and $554,903, plus interest, in restitution.

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