Copy of the Special Inspector General for TARP’s Quarterly Report to Congress

A copy of the Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program’s Quarterly Report to Congress dated April 21, 2009 is available here (see link below).

The report notes that the Special Inspector General for TARP

has initiated nearly 20 preliminary and full criminal investigations to date. Although the details of those investigations will generally not be discussed unless public action is taken, the cases vary widely in subject matter and include large corporate and securities fraud matters affecting TARP investments, tax matters, insider trading, public corruption, and mortgage-modification fraud.

Read the Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program’s Quarterly Report to Congress dated April 21, 2009

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