FDIC Tells State Banks To Monitor Tarp Uses

Adler, Joe
January 2009
American Banker;1/13/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 8, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s 2009 decision to require all of its supervised institutions to monitor and report how they have spent all funds that they have received in a U.S. government bailout. The requirement came after criticism developed which suggested that banks are hoarding the money they received from the government.


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