Moving swiftly to slash expenses at its newly acquired Connecticut franchise, Chase Manhattan Bank will turn over the unit's computer operations to a subsidiary of International Business Machines Corp., it was announced Thursday.

The $2.2-billion asset Chase Manhattan Bank of Connecticut was formed in August when Chase acquired two insolvent financial institutions, Citytrust and Mechanics and Farmers Bank, from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

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