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OCC Announces Eight New Enforcement Actions

WASHINGTON, DC — The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency today announced eight enforcement actions taken against national banks. The eight actions released today include: two formal agreements, one civil money penalty, one personal cease and desist order restitution, and four removals/prohibitions.

A list of enforcement actions previously disclosed and copies of the actual documents are available from the OCC's Communications Division by writing to: Comptroller of the Currency, Public Information Room (1-5), Washington, DC 20219. Requests made by facsimile transmission should be sent to (202) 874-4448. Please include the identifying enforcement action number when placing an order. Enforcement actions are also listed monthly in OCC's Interpretations and Actions. Subscriptions to that publication are available from the OCC's Communications Division.

Formal Agreement, by Consent
No. Bank/City Date
Kansas
97-51 Heartland Bank, N.A., Jewell 08/14/97
Minnesota
97-52 Rosemount National Bank, Rosemount 08/05/97
Civil Money Penalties, by Consent
No. Individual/Bank/City Date
Puerto Rico
97-53 John Alexander Morris-Coll, Banco Nacional, N.A., Hato Rey 08/18/97
Personal Cease & Desist Order Restitution, by Consent
No. Individual/Bank/City Date
California
97-54 Monica Lynn Ford, Bank of America, NT & SA, San Francisco 08/06/97
Removals/Prohibitions, by Consent
No. Individual/Bank/City Date
California
97-54 Monica Lynn Ford, Bank of America, NT & SA, San Francisco 08/06/97
Colorado
97-55 Martha Nelson, First National Bank of Lake City and Creede, Lake City 08/08/97
Pennsylvania
97-56 John M. Guarduci, First Union National Bank, Philadelphia 06/05/97
Puerto Rico
97-53 John Alexander Morris-Coll, Banco Nacional, N.A., Hato Rey 08/18/97
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