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Former CEO At Biggest-Ever CU Failure Sentenced To 14 Years

DEC 3, 2012

Anthony Raguz, CEO of the former St. Paul Croatian FCU, has been sentenced to 14 years in prison and ordered to pay $72 million restitution for masterminding the biggest fraud in credit union history that led to the 2010 collapse of the $240-million credit union.

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