Carver Bancorp of New York fired its chief executive officer Monday and warned of losses for the quarter that ended Dec. 31.

The company said it has hired a search firm to find a replacement for Thomas L. Clark Jr., who had been president and chief executive officer. Mr. Clark came to the troubled institution in 1995 to help its board fight calls from shareholders to sell.

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