Exception Tracking Spreadsheet (TicklerTrax™)
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Federal Reserve prohibition orders
Our review of the records on the Federal Reserve Board's website reveals that in the last quarter of 2020, the Federal Reserve Banks issued three letters of prohibition from the banking industry for criminal convictions or entering into pretrial diversion or similar programs, for crimes involving dishonest or breach of trust.
- Carlos Wydler, a former employee of Farmers and Merchants Bank, Long Beach, California, who was convicted and found guilty on counts of conspiracy, bank fraud, false statement to obtain credit, wire fraud, mail fraud, and misappropriation (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco)
- Tracy L. Amburgey, a former employee of Peoples Bank & Trust Company, Hazard, Kentucky, who entered into a pretrial diversion or similar program in connection with an indictment that charged her with theft by deception (Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland)
- Kelly Rene Salisbury, a former employee of First Community Bank, Bluefield, Virginia, who was convicted upon a plea of guilty of embezzlement (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond)