Subpoenas have been issued by South Carolina's Attorney General's Office in connection to allegations of financial mismanagement by former executives of CertusBank.

The state's Securities Division, which is overseen by the Attorney General's Office, sent subpoenas to several "individuals and entities" associated with the recent turmoil at the Greenville, S.C., company, Eric Bland, a lawyer at Bland Richter in Columbia, S.C., said Friday. Bland, who represents three former CertusBank executives who were fired in early April, confirmed that the investigation is linked to allegations of mismanagement by his clients, although he did not name the recipients or confirm whether his clients were among those subpoenaed.

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