The Federal Reserve Board has fined a Memphis bank consultant for purchasing a stake in a Colorado community bank without first seeking regulatory approval.

Robert L. Sellers, chairman of Bank Consultants of America, was ordered to pay a civil penalty of $100,000. According to a Fed order issued Jan. 8 and released last week, Mr. Sellers is also prohibited "from participating in the conduct of the affairs of any financial institutions."

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