NCUA Issues Prohibition Order Against Former Wheatland FCU Employee
The NCUA has banned Rizwaan Mohammed Ansari, a former employee of Wheatland FCU, from ever participating in the affairs of a federally insured financial institution as an employee or board member because he was convicted of theft by unlawful taking.
Ansari was sentenced to five years of supervised probation and ordered to pay restitution of $11,640.99. Wheatland FCU is headquartered in Lancaster, Pa. and has assets of $52.4 million.
People convicted of violating prohibition orders can be imprisoned or fined up to $1 million.