Former CU employee in WA barred from working in FIs

A former employee of Alaska Air Group Federal Credit Union (SeaTac, Wash.) is barred from any future involvement in federally insured depository institutions under an order announced Monday by the federal credit union regulatory agency.

In its order, the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) said that LaBrandi N. Wilson was sentenced on or about April 19 on the charges of falsifying business records and larceny/embezzlement in connection with her employment at the credit union. Wilson pleaded guilty to the charges, the notice states.

A violation of a prohibition order can bring a fine of up to $1 million a day or up to five years in prison, or both, it said.

NCUA Issues Prohibition Notice