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Author: Elizabeth Warren
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: financial, markets, impact, unwinding, tarp, exiting
Number of Pages: 200
Published: 2011-01
ISBN-10: 1437930549
ISBN-13: 9781437930542

This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. Focuses on the road ahead as the Treasury Dept. closes the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). Now that Treasury has acquired hundreds of billions of dollars in assets, how does it plan to unwind its stake in the financial markets? Contents: (1): Stages of żExitż from TARP; EESA Requirements Relating to Use of TARP Profits, or Approach to TARP Losses; Continuing Market Effects of the TARP: Certain Tax Issues Affecting TARP Exit; Lessons from the RFC and the RTC; Accounting for TARP; CPP Preferred and Warrants; Citigroup; AIG;
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Author: Timothy G. Massad
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: year, retrospective, tarp, program, asset, relief, troubled
Number of Pages: 98
Published: 2011-04
ISBN-10: 1437940986
ISBN-13: 9781437940985

October 3, 2010 marked the second anniversary of the creation of TARP and the end of the authority to make new financial commitments. The government now has recovered most of the investments it made in the banks. Taxpayers will likely earn a profit on the investments the government made in banks and AIG, with TARP losses limited to investments in the auto industry and housing programs. Contents of this report: TARP Overview; Stabilization of the Financial Markets; TARP Program Descriptions; Retrospective on the TARP Housing Initiatives; Executive Compensation; U.S. Government as a Shareholder;
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Author: Elizabeth Warren
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: expiration, eve, tarp, assessing
Number of Pages: 153
Published: 2011-01
ISBN-10: 1437940307
ISBN-13: 9781437940305

This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. The Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) was scheduled to expire on December 31, 2009; the Secretary of the Treasury exercised his legal authority to extend the program until Oct. 3, 2010. This report expands upon earlier findings about TARPżs effectiveness. Contents: Introduction; Summary of the TARP in 2010; TARPżs Financial Results; How Has Treasury Used Its Extended TARP Authority?; How is the American Economy Performing in the Wake of the TARP,Particularly Those Sectors ż Financial Markets, Housing, Autos ż That Have Bee
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Author: Gene L. Dodaro
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: ensure, integrity, accountability, transparency, needed, actions, asset, relief, program, additional, troubled
Number of Pages: 72
Published: 2009-03-01
ISBN-10: 1437911242
ISBN-13: 9781437911244

On Oct. 3, 2008, the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act was signed into law. The act established the Office of Financial Stability (OFS) and authorized the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). This report reviews: (1) the activities that have been undertaken through TARP as of Nov. 25, 2008; (2) the structure of OFS, its use of contractors, and its system of internal controls; and (3) preliminary indicators of TARP¿s performance. Plans are to continue to monitor these and other issues including future and ongoing capital purchases, other transactions undertaken as part of TARP (e.g., capit
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Author: Richard J. Hillman
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: accountability, transparency, issues, congressional, testimony, address, efforts, asset, relief, program, status, troubled
Number of Pages: 16
Published: 2010-02
ISBN-10: 1437917046
ISBN-13: 9781437917048

Discusses the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), under which the Dept. of the Treasury has the authority to purchase and insure up to $700 billion in troubled assets held by financial institutions. The Act that authorized TARP on Oct. 3, 2008, requires a report at least every 60 days on findings resulting from oversight of the actions taken under TARP. This testimony is based primarily on a Jan. 30, 2009 report, the second under the act's mandate, which covers the actions taken as part of TARP through Jan. 23, 2009, and follows up on the 9 recommendations made in a Dec. 2, 2008 report. This
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Author: Neil M. Barofsky
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: sigtarp, special, office, inspector, october, general, congress, report, asset, relief, program, quarterly, troubled
Number of Pages: 338
Published: 2011-04
ISBN-10: 1437942016
ISBN-13: 9781437942019

More than two years have passed since the Emergency Econ. Stabilization Act of 2008 authorized the creation of the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). On Oct. 3, 2010, the Dept. of the Treasuryżs authority to initiate new TARP investments expired. This report assesses the extent to which TARP has met the goals set for it by Treasury in announcing TARP programs and by Congress in providing Treasury authorization to expend TARP funds -- avoiding financial collapse, increasing lending, maximizing overall returns to the taxpayers, providing public accountability, preserving homeownership, and p
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Author: Gene L. Dodaro
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: address, transparency, accountability, issues, efforts, status, asset, relief, program, march, troubled
Number of Pages: 100
Published: 2009-12
ISBN-10: 1437914721
ISBN-13: 9781437914726

The third report on the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) follows up on recommendations from the Jan. 28, 2009, report. It also reviews: (1) the nature and purpose of activities that had been initiated under TARP as of March 27, 2009; (2) the Office of Financial Stability's hiring efforts, use of contractors, and progress in developing an internal control system; and (3) TARP performance indicators. As of March 27, 2009, Treasury had disbursed $303.4 billion of the $700 billion in TARP funds. Most of the funds (almost $199 billion) went to purchase preferred shares of 532 financial institut
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