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Mo. Businessman Cops To Bank-Busting Fraud Ahead Of Trial


Law360, New York (January 4, 2018, 9:00 PM EST) -- A Missouri real estate and banking businessman who was charged with defrauding a bank that he indirectly owned and causing it to fail while it was millions in debt to the federal government pled guilty on ...


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Make sure you don't miss any Law360 breaking news. Download our plug-in for Chrome to get customizable, real-time news alerts ArticleID = 998959 MoBusinessman Cops To Bank-Busting Fraud Ahead Of Trial By Jack Newsham Law360, New York (January 4, 2018, 9:00 PM EST) -- A Missouri real estate and banking businessman who was charged with defrauding a bank that he indirectly owned and causing it to fail while it was millions in debt to the federal government pled guilty on Wednesday, just three weeks before he and another defendant were set to face a jury.Shaun RHayes, 58, was accused of using his control of Excel Bank to have loans issued that helped him and his associate Michael Litz pay off other debts while leaving Excel’s balance sheet in ruins.... To view the full article, register now. Try Law360 FREE for seven days Already a subscriber? Click here to login Add to Briefcase Printable Version Rights/Reprints Editorial Contacts Related Sections Asset Management Banking White Collar Law Firms Capes Sokol Government Agencies Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Check out Law360's new podcast, Pro Say, which offers a weekly recap of both the biggest stories and hidden gems from the world of law. Listen To Our Latest Most Popular 1 Greenberg Traurig Partner Named Interim SDNY US Attorney 2 Lead Attys Named For Massive Opioid MDL 3 A Look At The Sanction Dogging A Trump Judicial Nominee 4 New US Atty Temps Meet Colleagues' Praise, Senate Side-Eye 5 Trump's Judge-Vetting Under Scrutiny After Failed Nominees

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