TARP and Government Intervention in 2009


Corporate Finance | Capital Markets, Banking + Financial Services, and Financial Institutions + Financial Services

New York, NY

Oliver I. Ireland

Oliver I. Ireland


The seminar took a look into how the current administration will live up to its commitment for more transparency in TARP spending and return the program to its mortgage-related assets/foreclosure mitigation roots. Following sweeping criticism of the initial phases of implementation, the panel discussed the status and next stages of TARP spending, the overall impact of the program to the economy from a design and implementation perspective, and the future of the TARP.

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