Lagging financial performance and charges of improper business dealings by directors has made work tough for some chief executives at Connecticut banks.

During the past few weeks, the chairmen of Essex Savings Bank and Maritime Bank and Trust Co. have resigned amid allegations of improper insider relationships involving them or their directors.

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