New Treasurer Cleans House in New Mexico

November 2005
Investment Management Weekly;11/28/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 45, p1
The article reports on the termination of treasury staff affiliated with former New Mexico state treasurer Robert Vigil by Doug Brown, state treasurer of New Mexico, in 2005. Vigil was indicted on 26 charges in an investigation due to an alleged kickback scheme. Brown has terminated five employees from the treasurers office.


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