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Reassessing TARP: Second Report from the Special Inspector General
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Editors: George T. Bernhardt
Book Description:
The Troubled Asset Relief Program (“TARP”) now includes 12 separate, but often interrelated, programs involving Government and private funds of up to almost $3 trillion — roughly the equivalent of last year’s entire Federal budget. TARP has evolved into a program of unprecedented scope, scale, and complexity. This book strives to explain the various TARP programs and how the Department of the Treasury has used those programs through March 31, 2009, as well as set forth a series of recommendations for the operation of TARP.

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Table of Contents:

Executive Summary pp.1-6

Tremendous Expansion in the Scope, Scale, and Complexity of the TARP

Oversight Activities of SIGTARP

SIGTARP’s Recommendations on the Operations of TARP

Report Organization

Section 1


SIGTARP’s Creation and Statutory Authority

SIGTARP’s Mission and Core Values

SIGTARP’s Oversight Activities Since the Initial Report

SIGTARP’s Organizational Structure

Progress in Building SIGTARP’s Organization

Section 2


Financial Overview of TARP

Capital Investment Programs

TARP Tutorial: Capital Structure

Institution-Specific Assistance

The Automotive Industry Financing Program

TARP Tutorial: Securitization

Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility

Public-Private Investment Program

Unlocking Credit for Small Businesses

Making Home Affordable Program

Executive Compensation

Section 3


Section 4

TO TREASURY pp.141-160

Recommendations for Existing Programs

Recommendations for Newly Announced Programs

End notes

APPENDICES pp.161-308
A. Glossary

B. Acronyms

C. Reporting Requirements

D. Principal/Income Transactions Report

E. Cross-Reference of Report to the Inspector General Act of 1978

F. Public Announcement of Audits

G. Key Oversight Reports and Testimonies

H. Warrants

I. Correspondence with Treasury Regarding TALF

J. Response to SIGTARP Recommendations

K. Organizational Chart

L. Use of Funds Request Letter

Index pp.309-319

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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 7 x 10, 319pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60741-965-5
   Status: AV
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