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 · 2012 year-end securities enforcement update. and in October was sentenced to two years in prison.. the SEC brought an action against former TierOne Bank ("TierOne") CEO.

Cynthia Sabol, former chief financial officer at Bank of the Commonwealth, has been waiting 13 months for federal authorities to indict her. Or not.

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The former chief executive of TierOne Bank, a publicly traded Nebraska lender that failed in June 2010, was sentenced on Wednesday to 11 years in prison for fraudulently concealing loan and real.

Ocwen will fight CFPB plan for homeowner relief fund  · LANSING – attorney general bill schuette today announced a $550 million joint state-federal settlement with SunTrust Mortgage Inc. to address mortgage-related abuses.The settlement is expected to bring millions of dollars’ worth of additional foreclosure-relief benefits to thousands of Michigan homeowners.

The former CEO of TierOne Bank, a $3 billion publicly-traded commercial bank formerly headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska, was sentenced to 132 months in prison today for orchestrating a scheme to defraud TierOne’s shareholders and to mislead regulators by concealing more than $100 million in losses on loans and declining real estate.

On Thursday, TierOne bank lieutenants james Laphen and Don Langford were sentenced – Laphen to 34 months in federal prison and Langford to 21 months – on charges related to the bank’s 2010 collapse. On Wednesday, the former TierOne chief executive, Gilbert Lundstrom, got 11 years in prison and a fine of $1.2 million.

CEO of TierOne Bank Sentenced to 11 Years in Prison Posted by Brenda Hamilton, Securities and Going Public Lawyer The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that on March 23, 2016, Gilbert Lundstrom, the former chairman of the board and CEO of TierOne Bank, based in Nebraska, was sentenced to 11 years in federal prison and ordered to pay a $1.2 million criminal fine.

The former chief executive officer of ArthroCare Corporation was sentenced to serve 20 years in prison, and the former chief financial officer was sentenced to serve 10 years in prison today for their leading roles in a $750 million securities fraud scheme. Former Arthrocare Executives Sentenced for Orchestrating $750 Million Securities Fraud.

1 day ago · OKC bank ex-CEO accused of fraud 18 min ago NewsOK.com By Steve LackmeyerBusiness writerslackmeyer@oklahoman.com After making a splash opening a branch of his family’s rural bank in Midtown, records show aaron johnson stepped down as CEO of Farmers Bank amid allegations of fraud and a cease and desist consent order filed with the FDIC.