Federal banking regulators are accusing former Greenberg Traurig shareholder Carlos Loumiet of making false statements, suppressing evidence and violating conflict of interest rules in connection with his work for the now-defunct Hamilton Bank.

Hamilton was taken over by federal regulators who uncovered a multimillion dollar fraud that led to convictions of the banks’ top three executives.

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