A Maryland banking company is grappling with the loss of its chief executive and problems with its loan portfolio.

John W. Marhefka resigned abruptly on May 10 as chief executive officer of Annapolis National Bancorp. Eight days later the company informed the Securities and Exchange Commission that it would be unable to file its first-quarter earnings report.

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