to 250 employees this month, or up to 2.6% of its workforce, and will record a fourth-quarter pretax charge of up to $30 million in a cost-cutting campaign.

T. Joseph Semrod, chairman and chief executive officer, acknowledged the bank has struggled to boost revenues. He said the restructuring will eliminate "internal bureaucracy" so that remaining employees can focus on customers.

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