Ex-exec warned bank of loan scrutiny

Posted: August 27, 2013 at 12:32 a.m.

Two days after regulators forced the late Layton Stuart out of his position as chief executive officer at One Bank & Trust in Little Rock, the bank’s former chief lending officer said in a memorandum to the bank’s board of directors that he expected to be questioned by regulators about his involvement in the handling of three loans.

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Business, Pages 23 on 08/27/2013


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