Public-private investment program (ppip)
The US Treasury's scheme to purchase toxic mortgage-backed securities was officially launched yesterday with the unveiling of the asset managers charged with investing public funds, while officials sought...
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is to push ahead with plans to open up the Term Asset-backed Securities Loan Facility (Talf) to purchasers of toxic commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) and...
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The US Treasury's behind-schedule Public-Private Investment Program (PPIP) could face difficulty in attracting banks to participate in the scheme, while policymakers are considering whether to allow banks to buy each other's assets.
More than 100 money managers have applied to the US Treasury to be granted fund manager status under the Public-Private Investment Programme (PPIP) and commence purchasing toxic mortgage securities with public money, the department announced yesterday....
Asset managers that participate in the Public Private Investment Program (PPIP) with the US Treasury will probably be exempt from executive compensation limits imposed on private entities that have accepted government bail-out funds, Treasury secretary...
Analysts predict the US Treasury's Public-Private Investment Program (PPIP) will encourage investors to buy toxic assets from banks, but issues surrounding the scheme's operation remain unresolved. On March 23, Treasury secretary Timothy Geithner announced...
The Obama administration will launch its new asset repurchase plan to banks and private investors today
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