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Troubled Asset Relief Program: Status of the Wind Down of the Capital Purchase Program
GAO-14-388: Published: Apr 7, 2014. Publicly Released: Apr 7, 2014.
The Department of Treasury (Treasury) continues to make progress in winding down the Capital Purchase Program (CPP). As of January 31, 2014, Treasury's data showed that 624 of the original 707 institutions, or about 88 percent, had exited CPP. Treasury had received about $225 billion from its CPP investments, exceeding the approximately $205 billion it had disbursed. Most institutions exited by re...
Programa Para Mitigar Activos Problemáticos: Es necesario un mayor esfuerzo en el control de préstamos equitativos y en el acceso a los programas de vivienda por parte de personas sin dominio del inglés
GAO-14-457: Published: Mar 31, 2014. Publicly Released: Mar 31, 2014.
This is the Spanish language highlights associated with GAO-14-117. Lo que encontró la GAOLa tasa de participación en el Programa de modificación de la accesibilidad a la vivienda (Home Affordable Modification Program o HAMP), un componente clave del programa Hacer la vivienda accesible (Making Home Affordable o MHA), alcanzó su ápice a principios de 2010, en general disminuyó durante 2011...
Credit Cards: Marketing to College Students Appears to Have Declined
GAO-14-225: Published: Feb 25, 2014. Publicly Released: Feb 25, 2014.
Trends associated with college affinity card agreements include fewer agreements and cardholders and declining payments, according to data GAO analyzed from the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Federal Reserve) and the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (CFPB). The number of affinity card agreements declined from 1,045 in 2009 to 617 in 2012 (41 percent). More than 70 percent...
College Debit Cards: Actions Needed to Address ATM Access, Student Choice, and Transparency
GAO-14-91: Published: Feb 13, 2014. Publicly Released: Feb 13, 2014.
At least 852 schools, or 11 percent of U.S. colleges and universities, had agreements to provide debit or prepaid card services to their students as of July 2013, and most offered students the ability to receive federal student aid and other payments on a card. These schools were disproportionately large; their enrollments constituted about 40 percent of all postsecondary students. However, the pe...
Troubled Asset Relief Program: More Efforts Needed on Fair Lending Controls and Access for Non-English Speakers in Housing Programs
GAO-14-117: Published: Feb 6, 2014. Publicly Released: Feb 6, 2014.
For the Spanish translation of the highlights page for this document, see GAO-14-457.What GAO FoundParticipation rates in the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP), a key component of the Making Home Affordable program (MHA), peaked in early 2010, generally declined during 2011, and remained relatively steady from 2012 through November 2013. As of November 2013, about 1.3 million borrowers h...
Government Support for Bank Holding Companies: Statutory Changes to Limit Future Support Are Not Yet Fully Implemented
GAO-14-174T: Published: Jan 8, 2014. Publicly Released: Jan 8, 2014.
GAO found that from 2007 through 2009, the federal government's actions to stabilize the financial system provided significant funding support and other benefits to bank holding companies and their subsidiaries. The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Federal Reserve Board), the Department of the Treasury (Treasury), and FDIC introduced new programs with broad-based eligibility that...
Troubled Asset Relief Program: Status of Treasury's Investments in General Motors and Ally Financial
GAO-14-6: Published: Oct 29, 2013. Publicly Released: Oct 29, 2013.
Since receiving federal assistance, General Motors Company (GM) has shown increasingly positive financial results. For each of the past 3 years, GM has reported profits, positive and growing operational cash flow, and a stable liquidity position. This improved financial performance has been reflected in GM's credit rating, as each of the three largest credit rating agencies has increased GM's long...
Troubled Asset Relief Program: GAO's Oversight of the Troubled Asset Relief Program Activities
GAO-13-840R: Published: Sep 6, 2013. Publicly Released: Sep 6, 2013.
GAO's oversight has been comprehensive. To date, we have issued 65 products on the Troubled Asset Relief Programs (TARP) and activities and we have made 99 performance and financial statement audit recommendations. Our reviews have focused on several key areas, including the activities initiated under TARP and the challenges encountered in implementing them, Treasury's process for deciding how to...
Troubled Asset Relief Program: Treasury's Use of Auctions to Exit the Capital Purchase Program
GAO-13-630: Published: Jul 8, 2013. Publicly Released: Jul 8, 2013.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury (Treasury) has increasingly used auctions to sell its Capital Purchase Program (CPP) investments. Initially, Treasury relied primarily on financial institutions redeeming their shares to wind down the program. However, in March 2012 Treasury began using auctions to exit CPP, and more institutions have exited the program through auctions than through any other me...
Foreclosure Review: Lessons Learned Could Enhance Continuing Reviews and Activities under Amended Consent Orders
GAO-13-277: Published: Mar 26, 2013. Publicly Released: Apr 4, 2013.
Complexity of the reviews, overly broad guidance, and limited monitoring for consistency impeded the ability of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Federal Reserve) to achieve the goals of the foreclosure review--to identify as many harmed borrowers as possible and ensure similar results for similarly situated borrowers. Reg...