Romero: Sigtarp prosecutions set for the long haul


The Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (Sigtarp) tells Operational Risk & Regulation the agency will continue bringing its aggressive prosecutions of bailout-related frauds for a long time.

"We're still finding crime. We're going to be here until every last dollar is paid back, and that's going to be for a very long time," says Christy Romero, who has been the special inspector general since April 2012.

"It's going to be until at least 2020, if not more. Who knows

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