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OCC announces enforcement actions
The OCC has released a list of recent enforcement actions taken against individuals now or formerly affiliated with OCC-supervised institutions:
- A Notice of Charges for an order of prohibition was issued against a former teller of PNC Bank, Wilmington, Delaware, who misappropriated cash from his teller drawer and a ATM, over both of which he had sole control. The Notice announces the OCC’s intention to issue the order of prohibition, subject to the respondent’s right to an administrative hearing of the OCC’s charges.
- Removal and prohibition orders were issued to:
- a former teller of The Huntington National Bank, Columbus, Ohio, whom the OCC found to have misappropriated a total of $11,000 in cash while clearing customer cash deposits from ATMs and falsified general ledger tickets to conceal the misconduct
- a former loan officer of The City National Bank and Trust Company, Lawton, Oklahoma, whom the OCC found to have submitted false or misleading information related to eight loans totaling $7,081,446 from four financial institutions, causing those institutions to lose the total value of the loans. The former loan officer pled guilty to one count of fraud and one count of wire fraud and agreed to pay restitution of $7,081,446 to the four financial institutions.
- a former phone banker of Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on the basis of activities while serving as a phone banker . The OCC found that the former banker provided bank customers’ credit card numbers to unauthorized individuals who fraudulently used the information, causing a loss to the bank of approximately $7,975.
- a former branch associate of Capital One, National Association, McLean, Virginia. The OCC found that the former banker assigned temporary debit cards to two customers' accounts without their permission and withdrew a total of $22,606.50 at automated teller machines using the cards.