Troubled asset relief program (tarp)
The US has taken an aggressive stance in prosecuting those involved in the financial crisis. The Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (Sigtarp) has so far jailed 43 indivi...
Special inspector general says agency to stay until at least 2020
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