After three months as chief financial officer, Nicholas G. Hahn has left of Hudson United Bancorp of Mahwah, N.J.
He was the third CFO to leave the $7 billion-asset company this year.
Kenneth T. Neilson, the chairman, president, and chief executive officer, confirmed Tuesday that Mr. Hahn had left but refused to say why. He said the company has a couple of candidates for a successor and expects to name one early in the first quarter.
Mr. Hahn was comptroller and senior vice president in charge of corporate accounting and financial reporting at Cobank of Denver before assuming the Hudson United post Sept. 5. He succeeded Chris McFadden, who had been Hudson's interim CFO but left to pursue other interests, the company said.
Ms. McFadden had succeeded Joseph F. Hurley, who departed in March after the collapse of Hudson's planned merger with Dime Bancorp of New York.