Credit union regulator issues two prohibition notices in December

One prohibition notice and one prohibition order were issued by the federal credit union regulator in December, the agency said Tuesday, essentially meaning the individuals subject to the actions are prohibited from participating in the affairs of any federally insured financial institution.

The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) said that, under a consent agreement, Tobisha Bullock, a former institution-affiliated party of CAANO Employees Federal Credit Union in New Orleans, La., agreed to the prohibition order.

The agency also said it issued a prohibition notice against Bradley J. Hampton, who, the agency said, is a former employee of HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union in Honolulu, Hawaii. NCUA said Hampton was sentenced to one count of bank fraud.

NCUA Issues Prohibition Notices and Orders