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October 16, 2015

Posted  January 25, 2016

The US resolved for $4 million a False Claims Act action against the estate and trusts of the late Layton P. Stuart, former owner and president of One Financial Corporation, and its subsidiary, One Bank & Trust N.A., both based in Little Rock, Arkansas.  According to the government, Stuart and One Financial violated the False Claims Act by making false statements about the financial condition of One Financial and One Bank to induce the Department of the Treasury to invest Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) funds in One Financial.  Stuart allegedly diverted One Bank funds for personal use, including his purchase of luxury vehicles for his wife and children.  He was terminated from One Bank in September 2012. DOJ

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