The Federal Reserve Board socked a Cayman Islands company and its chairman with more than $1 million in fines for creating a bank holding company without permission.

The Fed ruled Monday that Interamericas Investment Ltd. effectively controlled National Bank of Conroe, Tex., even though it never applied for permission to become a bank holding company.

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