SAN FRANCISCO -- Pacific Bank postponed its 1993 annual meeting, originally scheduled for Thursday, after giving investors who bought $10.7 million of common stock and warrants in a recent private placement the right to return the securities.

The troubled bank made the offer after being forced by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency to add $6.1 million to its $1.4 million of reserves for the fourth quarter.

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