It involved questionable Latin American loans, the Russian economic crisis and a multimillion-dollar cover-up. The fallout was in South Florida where it cost three Hamilton Bank members their freedom and nearly $1 million in fines for the area’s most prominent law firm.

The last man standing is Hunton & Williams partner Carlos Loumiet, who is scheduled to go before an administrative judge today for his alleged role in helping the now-defunct Hamilton Bank hide losses from $20 million in Russian loans.

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