OMAHA, Neb. – A federal appeals court Friday rejected the appeal from Gilbert "Gil" Lundstrom, the former TierOne bank ceo convicted in 2015 of a fraud scheme prior to the bank’s failure.
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Former TierOne bank president james laphen was sentenced Thursday to 34 months in prison, a day after his former boss got 11 years for the fraud that sank what was Lincoln’s largest bank.
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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A federal appeals court has rejected the appeal of a former Nebraska bank executive convicted of fraud and sentenced to 11 years in federal prison. The 8th U.S. Circuit Court.
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Former TierOne Bank chief executive officer Gilbert Lundstrom was sentenced Wednesday to 132 days in federal prison for for orchestrating a scheme to defraud TierOne’s shareholders and to.
Gilbert G. Lundstrom, of Lincoln, Neb., the former CEO of TierOne Bank, had previously been sentenced to 11 years in prison and ordered to pay a $1.2 million fine for orchestrating a scheme to defraud TierOne’s shareholders and to mislead regulators by concealing more than $100 million in losses on loans and declining real estate.
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A longtime Nebraska lawyer who later served as the CEO of TierOne Bank when it became insolvent was sentenced Wednesday to an 11-year federal prison term. He was also ordered to pay a $1.2 million.
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