The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is targeting directors and executives of another failed bank, but this time the agency has a guilty plea to back its claims of mismanagement.
Last week, the FDIC filed a 77-page complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia against eight former executives and directors of Integrity Bank in Alpharetta seeking $70 million in damages related to 21 loans.
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