Steve Calk, the head of The Federal Savings Bank, was a "co-conspirator" in an effort to defraud the Chicago bank, a prosecutor said at the trial of former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort. Could Calk be charged with a crime?
Stephen Calk, the CEO of The Federal Savings Bank, expedited approval of a mortgage to the onetime Trump campaign chair in hopes of winning a job as Treasury secretary or housing secretary, a former bank employee testified Friday.
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The House Financial Services Committee is preparing to vote on legislation to modernize anti-money-laundering rules, but the latest version of the bill excludes a key provision involving the collection of beneficial ownership information.
A river of drug-cartel money flowed through the U.S. arm of Dutch banking giant Rabobank, and now federal investigators are pursuing criminal cases against former senior executives for allegedly covering it up.
Attorneys for then-President Robert Harra said he is innocent and will file an appeal. The case centers on a scheme said to have been carried out during the crisis years, before the bank was sold to M&T.