Licio Gelli was a prominent Italian financier and self-professed fascist who was investigated as the head of a secret society (illegal in his native Italy) and later convicted for bank fraud and a host of other crimes.
New York Times obit: Licio Gelli, Italian Financier and Cabal Leader, Dies at 96
Before Virgil Conway was the chairman of New York City MTA, he was a banker—first for the state, and then as chairman and chief executive of Seaman's Bank. At that time, he also served as an SAC Contact to the FBI; his file consists mostly of communications between him and agents in the Bureau and descriptions of events he and other official contacts attended.
New York Times obit: E. Virgil Conway, Former M.T.A. Chairman, Dies at 85
Luther "Ticky" Burden was a professional basketball player with the New York Knicks from 1976-77. In 1981, he was convicted of taking part in a bank robbery.
New York Times obit: Luther Burden, Former Knick Who Served Time for Bank Robbery, Dies at 62