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Three senior executives at a New York mortgage lender were arrested Tuesday morning and charged with misappropriating $9 million from warehouse lines of credit meant to be used to fund mortgages.
Mortgage warehouse loans are short term credit lines extended by banks to mortgage companies for the funding of loans. The mortgage company is able to draw on the credit line to originate. former.
Long Island Mortgage Banker and Five Others Indicted in $30 million bank fraud conspiracy. Mortgage fraud poses a threat to our financial systems and to our economy.. they lied to the.
· police & fire Top Executives At long island mortgage lender charged In $8.9 Million Fraud: U.S. Attorney The trio used the money to pay for personal expenses and to.
Regulators charged Invesco Funds Group Inc. and its chief executive with civil fraud on. "The damages from this fraud are the fees that Invesco collected from the unwitting long-term investors in.
Two top executives from a Long Island mortgage lender pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit wire and bank fraud in connection with their diversion of more than $8.9 million of warehouse loans. Read on for more details.
Edward Sypher, Jr., 41, Scarsdale, New York, formerly the Chief Financial Officer of Long Island mortgage lender Vanguard Funding, LLC (Vanguard), was sentenced today to 18 months’ imprisonment to be followed by three years’ supervised release for conspiring to commit wire and bank fraud in connection with the diversion of warehouse loans that Vanguard had fraudulently obtained.
Three senior executives at a Long Island mortgage lender were arrested for their role in committing a $8.9 million fraud, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Edward E. Bohm, 39, of.