New TARP Report Released

The Special Inspector General for Troubled Asset Relief Program has released a new report, noting, among other things, that thousands of bank executives, particularly at the regional or community banks, which depend largely on real estate loans, faced losses without turning to fraud, but the availability of TARP funds led them to criminal activity.

  • 20 Aug 2012
The Special Inspector General for Troubled Asset Relief Program has released a new report, noting, among other things, that thousands of bank executives, particularly at the regional or community banks, which depend largely on real estate loans, faced losses without turning to fraud, but the availability of TARP ...

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