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Legal briefs: Ex-credit union CEO charged with theft, arson

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Legal briefs: Ex-credit union CEO charged with theft, arson

S&P Global Market Intelligence rounds up a selection of recent legal and regulatory developments in the bank space.

* Wells Fargo faces lawsuit over auto insurance policies

Wells Fargo & Co. is facing a lawsuit accusing the bank of trying to "bilk millions of dollars from unsuspecting customers who were forced to pay for auto insurance they did not need or want."

* BOK Financial lists legal matters; expects no material effect on finances

Tulsa, Okla.-based BOK Financial Corp. is facing several litigation and arbitration cases.

* Former credit union CEO charged with theft, arson

Former Aberdeen, Wash.-based G H Woodworkers FCU President and CEO Krista Putman is facing two counts of first-degree theft and one count of second-degree arson, the Credit Union Times reported July 27, citing Katherine Svoboda, prosecuting attorney for Grays Harbor County. The credit union merged into Great Northwest FCU in January.

* Ex-Yadkin Bank exec fires back with age, gender discrimination charges

After being accused of plotting to organize a mass departure from Yadkin Bank, a former mortgage executive accused the bank of age and gender discrimination, Triangle (Raleigh, N.C.) Business Journal reported July 21. Yadkin was purchased by F.N.B. Corp. in March.