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Geoff Walsh

Loan Officer

Bank Of Oswego, Inc.

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Bank Of Oswego, Inc.

310 North State Street, Suite 218 Lake View Village

Lake Oswego, Oregon,97034

United States

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www.oregonlive.com

Prominent Lake Oswego mortgage banker Geoff Walsh pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiring to falsify financial reports while he was a vice president of the Bank of Oswego.
Walsh's guilty plea - which had been expected - came with an unexpected twist: He hadn't been indicted for that specific crime. Walsh had faced 32 criminal charges, mainly fraud and conspiracy, for a series of transactions unrelated to his work at the Lake Oswego bank. But prosecutors agreed to drop all but two of those counts. In exchange, he pleaded guilty to the remaining charges of wire fraud and conspiracy to commit fraud, as well as a new charge of conspiring to make false bank records. Walsh, 45, admitted he worked with other bank officers to hide a $99,000 loss from regulators in 2011 by helping set up a straw buyer for a distressed Lake Oswego home. That way, the bank did not have to report the mortgage loss to the FDIC and risk a downgrade of its credit quality. Wearing a black suit and speaking softly, Walsh responded "guilty" after U.S. District Court Judge Michael Simon read the three counts against Walsh. Wearing a black suit and speaking softly, Walsh responded "guilty" after U.S. District Court Judge Michael Simon read the three counts against Walsh. Walsh will be sentenced November 9. Walsh was hired in 2009 to fuel the bank's growth by bringing in big-name clients and extending high-dollar loans. The bank's loan portfolio soon ballooned, in stark contrast to many of its peers during the recession. Yet even as the institution took on more risk, executives reported few problem loans to regulators. Prosecutors contend those bad loans did in fact exist. But Heine, Yates and Walsh conspired to keep them off the books through a series of schemes, including the straw-buyer purchase. Federal agents launched an investigation into Walsh three years ago, and their inquiry later spread to others at the bank. No one facing criminal charges is still affiliated with the bank, and the institution's current president declined comment after Wednesday's proceedings. Walsh's attorney and federal prosecutors also declined comment. As part of the agreement, Walsh consented to FDIC order barring him from working at financial institutions.


www.oregonlive.com

Prominent Lake Oswego mortgage banker Geoff Walsh pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiring to falsify financial reports while he was a vice president of the Bank of Oswego.
Walsh's guilty plea - which had been expected - came with an unexpected twist: He hadn't been indicted for that specific crime. Walsh had faced 32 criminal charges, mainly fraud and conspiracy, for a series of transactions unrelated to his work at the Lake Oswego bank. But prosecutors agreed to drop all but two of those counts. In exchange, he pleaded guilty to the remaining charges of wire fraud and conspiracy to commit fraud, as well as a new charge of conspiring to make false bank records. Walsh, 45, admitted he worked with other bank officers to hide a $99,000 loss from regulators in 2011 by helping set up a straw buyer for a distressed Lake Oswego home. That way, the bank did not have to report the mortgage loss to the FDIC and risk a downgrade of its credit quality. Wearing a black suit and speaking softly, Walsh responded "guilty" after U.S. District Court Judge Michael Simon read the three counts against Walsh. Wearing a black suit and speaking softly, Walsh responded "guilty" after U.S. District Court Judge Michael Simon read the three counts against Walsh. Walsh will be sentenced November 9. Walsh was hired in 2009 to fuel the bank's growth by bringing in big-name clients and extending high-dollar loans. The bank's loan portfolio soon ballooned, in stark contrast to many of its peers during the recession. Yet even as the institution took on more risk, executives reported few problem loans to regulators. Prosecutors contend those bad loans did in fact exist. But Heine, Yates and Walsh conspired to keep them off the books through a series of schemes, including the straw-buyer purchase. Federal agents launched an investigation into Walsh three years ago, and their inquiry later spread to others at the bank. No one facing criminal charges is still affiliated with the bank, and the institution's current president declined comment after Wednesday's proceedings. Walsh's attorney and federal prosecutors also declined comment. As part of the agreement, Walsh consented to FDIC order barring him from working at financial institutions.


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