Carlos Loumiet is due to go before an administrative judge today for his alleged role, while a Greenberg Traurig partner, in helping the now-defunct Hamilton Bank hide losses from $20 million in Russian loans. The Office of Comptroller of the Currency, which regulates national banks, seeks a cease-and-desist order that would bar Loumiet from providing legal counseling to federally insured financial institutions. The OCC also seeks a $250,000 fine against Loumiet, accusing him of unsafe or unsound practices.
Former Greenberg Partner on Hot Seat for Alleged Role in Bank Fraud
Daily Business Review
October 9, 2007