The agency’s April prohibition orders also target four former credit union employees who committed fraud or theft.
Those banned from federally insured financial institutions include an employee from the defunct Lynrocten FCU.
Agency bans three from Taupa Lithuanian and four others.
Bans include an accountant who submitted hundreds of falsified medical claims against her employer’s self-insured plan.
Former Arizona, Massachusetts, Rhode Island credit union executives hit with prohibitions.
William Liddle already had been sentenced to 15 years in prison and ordered to pay back $25 million in restitution.
Former Arkansas Employees FCU president took $500,000 from member and invested it in race track construction scam.
Order bans Siravo from involvement with any federally insured credit union and calls for him to pay $600,000.
Former president of Florida credit union, employees at credit unions in Hawaii and Pennsylvania, hit by bans.
The NCUA has banned three more former credit union employees from participating in the affairs of any federally insured financial institution.