The TARP Congressional Oversight Panel Hearing is scheduled to have a hearing on May 28, 2009 in New York City. The hearing "will examine the state of our financial markets and assess the effectiveness of TARP.” According to the Panel, " In response to the escalating crisis, on October 3, 2008, Congress provided the U.S. Treasury with the authority to spend $700 billion to stabilize the U.S. economy. Congress created the Office of Financial Stabilization (OFS) within Treasury to implement a Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). At the same time, Congress created a Congressional Oversight Panel (COP) to review the current state of financial markets and the regulatory system." No location has been set. The witness list has not been released. To get more information, you can contact the Panel at 202-224-9925. Let us know what you find out.
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1. Topic: TARP Accountability: Use of Federal Assistance by the First TARP Recipients 2. Date and Time: Feb 11, 2009, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm 3. Place: 2128 and 2172 Rayburn House Office Building 4. Chairman: Mr. Barney Frank, Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee 5. Witness List: Mr. Lloyd C. Blankfein, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman, Goldman Sachs and Co. Mr. James Dimon, Chief Executive Officer, JPMorgan Chase and Co. Mr. Robert P. Kelly, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Bank of New York Mellon Mr. Ken Lewis, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Bank of America Mr. Ronald E. Logue, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, State Street Corporation Mr. John J. Mack, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Morgan Stanley Mr. Vikram Pandit, Chief Executive Officer, Citigroup Mr. John Stumpf, President and Chief Executive Officer, Wells Fargo and Co. Eight bank CEOs from companies receiving the first TARP funds testified before the House Financial Services Committ
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The Bush administration last week announced its plan to abandon the original $700 billion economic rescue plan (Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP)) and launched a new initiative to inject $250 billion directly into financial institutions. This is to be accomplished by buying bank stock. The thinking is that this will help thaw frozen credit markets and get skittish banks lending again. On Tuesday November 18th, Members of Congress held a hearing titled “Oversight of Implementation of the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 and of Government Lending and Insurance Facilities” in 2128 Rayburn House Office Building. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and FDIC Chairman Sheila Bair testified before the House Financial Services Committee. Our overall opinion: the hearing led to plenty of blame being passed around concerning this unanticipated policy shift. In his statement, Treasury Secretary Paulson defended his decision to change the focus