Computer Technology Firm CEO to Plead Guilty to Bank Fraud and Money Laundering

September 2013
BSA/AML Update;9/15/2013, Vol. 9 Issue 18, p4
The article reports that 60-year-old Sojin Lim, chief executive officer (CEO) and vice president of General Technologies Corp., has agreed to plead guilty of one count of bank fraud and money laundering to federal court relative to a scheme to defraud Rockland Trust Co.


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