State Agencies Announce 2017 Financial Essay Scholarship Winners
Kansas State Bank Commissioner Miki Bowman and Kansas Securities Commissioner Josh Ney announced the winners of the 2017 Financial Scholars Essay Contest in an awards ceremony held at the Dillon House in Topeka last Friday.
Scholarship Winners Announced!
We are very excited about this year's participation in the 3rd Annual Kansas Financial Scholars Essay Scholarship Contest. 140 essays were received.
Johnson County Man Sentenced to 51 Months in Prison for Real Estate Scheme
Securities Commissioner Josh Ney has announced the conviction of Joseph C. Matthews who was sentenced today to 51 months in prison and ordered to pay $70,600 in restitution for securities fraud.
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