Long Island mortgage executives charged with warehouse line fraud

Three men were among three financial executives at a long island-based mortgage lender who were arrested for an alleged scheme to fraudulently obtain nearly $9 million in loans, federal.

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Two top executives from a Long Island mortgage lender pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit wire and bank fraud in connection with their diversion of more than $8.9 million of warehouse loans. Read on for more details.

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Edward E. Bohm, 39, Nissequogue, New York, Edward J. Sypher, Jr., 40, Scarsdale, New York, and Matthew T. Voss, 42, Northport, New York, all senior executives at Long island mortgage lender vanguard Funding, LLC (Vanguard), were the subject of a criminal complaint charging conspiracy to commit wire and bank fraud in connection with their obtaining more than $8.9 million of warehouse loans for.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, August 22, 2017 Top Executives At Long Island Mortgage Lender Arrested For Engaging In $8.9 Million Fraud Defendants Misused Money Ostensibly Obtained To Fund Mortgage Loans A complaint was unsealed today in federal court in Central Islip, New York, charging Edward E. Bohm, Edward J. Sypher, Jr., and Matthew T. Voss,