WASHINGTON - The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has levied $11,000 in civil penalties against a former top executive and another employee of the failed National Bank of Washington.

W. Thomas Fleming, who was president of the bank that was once one of the largest in the nation's capital, consented to pay a $10,000 penalty.

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