The former chairman of a California bank, his wife, and his brother have agreed to banishment from the industry and fines of more than $200,000 to settle charges that they ran the bank for their personal benefit.

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency had charged Gerald Garner with secretly extending credit to his wife, who was also a director of the bank, and his brother, who was a senior official.

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