NCUA issues final prohibitions of 2019

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The National Credit Union Administration handed down two prohibition orders to close out the decade, banning a pair of individuals from working at any federally insured financial institution.

The latest prohibitions were issued to:

Bradley J. Hampton, a former employee of Hawaii USA FCU in Honolulu, was sentenced to one count of bank fraud. Hampton was fired in 2018 after having been found to be forging signatures and stealing from members’ accounts, including at least one member who had died.

Tobisha Bullock, the former CEO of New Orleans-based CAANO Employees FCU, agreed and consented to a prohibition order and agreed to comply with all of its terms to resolve NCUA’s claims against her. No further details were provided.

CAANO Employees FCU merged into Riverland FCU in 2018 due to poor financial condition, according to NCUA data.

NCUA issued a total of 30 prohibitions in 2019.

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