Some Small Banks Taking To Tarp, Despite Baggage

Fajt, Marissa
June 2009
American Banker;6/26/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 122, p1
Trade Publication
The author reports on the opinions of small banks regarding the U.S. Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). The author states that many small banks see TARP as a way in which to receive capital that they can use to fund loans. Changes that have been made by the U.S. Treasury Department in regards to which banks are eligible to receive TARP funds are mentioned.


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