Three people pleaded guilty Friday to a multimillion-dollar subprime mortgage scheme. Galina Zhigun and her son, Garri Zhigun, operators of the Brooklyn-based mortgage brokerage AGA Capital NY, and Maryann Furman, Garri Zhigun's wife and an AGA employee, entered guilty pleas to fraud charges in New York federal court. They were accused of using false documents and straw buyers to obtain loans. A total of 26 people were indicted in the subprime scheme.
Three Plead Guilty in Multimillion-Dollar Subprime Scheme
New York Law Journal
October 7, 2008