Duncan’s Former Money Manager Indicted

He was Tim Duncan’s financial adviser until the NBA legend realized his money manager was mishandling his investments and using his signature to sign off on loans.

Duncan sued Charles Banks last year and on Friday, Banks was indicted on two federal counts of wire fraud.

If he’s found guilty, Banks could get 20 years in federal prison for each count against him.



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