Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Sonoma Valley Bank executives sent to prison for bank fraud

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Two former senior executives at Sonoma Valley Bank and an attorney for one of its biggest borrowers were sentenced to prison Friday for their roles in defrauding the bank, costing investors millions of dollars when it collapsed in 2010. Sean Cutting, the bank’s former president and […]

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