That is because the General Manager of the Credit Union Yolanda Gomez has been placed on administrative leave while an internal investigation is conducted. It was reported that the credit union’s accounts are stable and that their investigations are centered on Gomez’s personal conduct as General Manager and the approval of personal transactions.
The Credit Unions Board of Director met with senior officials at the Central Bank yesterday where it was agreed that the Central Bank will send its own team to investigate the matter.
Meanwhile, Gomez will remain in administrative leave in an effort not to hinder the investigative process. More on this story as it develops.
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