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Ex-Viking Stu Voigt to pay $15,000 fine in FDIC settlement

Former Minnesota Vikings tight end Stu Voigt has agreed to pay $15,000 and stay out of banking as part of his settlement in a dispute with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. The FDIC alleged in December that Voigt violated the law and bank regulations at First Commercial Bank when he voted to approve bank loans without disclosing his relationship with the borrower.
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Former Minnesota Vikings tight end Stu Voigt has agreed to pay $15,000 and stay out of banking as part of his settlement in a dispute with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. The FDIC alleged in December that Voigt violated the law and bank regulations at First Commercial Bank when he voted to approve bank loans without disclosing his relationship with the borrower.

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