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AEA Federal Credit Union in Yuma, Ariz., announced today it has been notified that the FBI has filed criminal charges with the U.S. Attorney’s Office alleging fraudulent actions on the part of its former vice president of business services.

The $309 million CU said William (Bill) Liddle was involved in alleged unlawful actions while he was working for AEA. According to a statement from the CU, Liddle was hired by AEA in November of 2004 to develop and manage a business services program based on his formal education and professional expertise in commercial lending and international business. Liddle resigned from his position in December of 2009 to manage his business, Desert Capital Advisors LLC.

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