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NAKIS pleaded guilty on July 8, 2002 to 59 counts of misapplying bank funds.
Further, the complaint alleges that NCI misrepresented its financial results for the first three quarters of 1999 by using an improper accounting methodology to artificially inflate both its earnings and growth rate, and by misapplying that improper methodology to further exacerbate the problems.
A former bank owner and chairman was sentenced to five years in federal prison for misapplying about $11.
Rheuban, former owner and chairman of First Network Savings Bank, pleaded guilty in January to six counts of misapplying bank funds.
BOSTON, March 8 /PRNewswire/ -- An Amesbury woman was arrested today and charged in federal court with 59 counts of misapplying a total of more than $160,000 from her former employer, the Institution for Savings in Newburyport and its Vicinity.
Gianni, Inspector General of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, announced today that MARY-ANNE NAKIS, age 41, of 139 Whittier Meadows Drive, Amesbury, Massachusetts, was charged in an indictment with 59 counts of misapplying bank funds.
He said he believes Lungren's office is misapplying the law.
Prouty of the New England Field Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced that a complaint was filed in federal court charging SOUPHAPHONE CHANTHASENG, age 26, of 35 Crescent Street, Waltham, Massachusetts, with making false entries in the books and records of a federally insured bank and with misapplying and embezzling funds held by a federally insured bank.
The 11-count indictment in the case also accuses the bankers of misapplying the bank's money to reimburse themselves for campaign contributions to Clinton and using their relatives to disguise the true source of some contributions.
10 /PRNewswire/ -- The former loan officer of the Espirito Santo Federal Credit Union in Fall River was sentenced on Friday, January 7, 2000 for her role in misapplying deposits from credit union members.
federally insured bank, 2) misapplying funds of NAPPCO's profit
As bad as the Casey tax hike is, the Governor's bureaucracy took the liberty to expand the interpretation of the law and is misapplying it to bring in millions of additional dollars.