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Detroit investigation leads to environmental contractors being banned twice

Detroit news 21 Jun 2024
In November, Gillespie, 39, from Detroit, and David Holman, 48, from Metamora, were each charged with felonies for allegedly taking $1 million from the federal Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) ... srahal@detroitnews.com. X. @SarahRahal_
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Biden chooses Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Romero to replace Gruenberg as FDIC head

West Hawaii Today 14 Jun 2024
Christy Goldsmith Romero, the special inspector general for the Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or SIGTARP, at the federal courthouse in New York, July 26, 2016.
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Biden to nominate Christy Goldsmith Romero as FDIC chair

The Philadelphia Inquirer 14 Jun 2024
She previously worked with the Department of Treasury and was part of the team that handled the Troubled Asset Relief Program, which ...
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Biden Nominates New FDIC Chair Amid Toxic Workplace Controversy

The Epoch Times 14 Jun 2024
Ms ... She served 12 years at the Treasury Department, including a decade as the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP) ... ....
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Biden to nominate Christy Goldsmith Romero as FDIC chair after abrupt departure of predecessor

Federal News Radio 14 Jun 2024
She previously worked with the Department of Treasury and was part of the team that handled the Troubled Asset Relief Program, which lent $700 billion to troubled banks during the 2008 financial crisis.
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Biden chooses CFTC’s Romero to replace Gruenberg as FDIC head

Roll Call 13 Jun 2024
Among her roles there was special inspector general for the Troubled Asset Relief Program, which was created during the financial crisis ... the Troubled Asset Relief Program,” Brown said in a statement.
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President Biden Announces Key Nominees

The White House 13 Jun 2024
There, she led a nationwide, independent law enforcement and audit watchdog office that conducted oversight over the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), where the U.S.
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White House Picks Christy Goldsmith Romero to Lead FDIC

Live Mint 13 Jun 2024
Before joining the derivatives regulator, she had led government oversight of the Troubled Asset Relief Program and served in senior roles at the Securities and Exchange Commission ... Crenshaw, a Democrat, has been in that seat since 2020 ... .
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'My kind of gal': Warren backs Biden FDIC nominee

The Hill 13 Jun 2024
Bankers may not love her,” Warren added, noting Romero’s prior experience as inspector general for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), the hundreds of billions in bailouts given to big banks amid the financial crisis and recession of 2007-08.
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Biden to nominate Christy Goldsmith Romero to lead ‘toxic,’ scandal-ridden FDIC

New York Post 13 Jun 2024
During her tenure as Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP) from 2012 to 2022, Goldsmith Romero’s office brought cases and cooperated in federal enforcement ...
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Biden taps new FDIC chief after sexual harassment scandal

The Hill 13 Jun 2024
Before working at the CFTC, she spent more than a decade at the Treasury Department and was an inspector general for the Troubled Asset Relief Program, (TARP), the hundreds of billions in bailouts ...
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Macomb County contractor fined $4.7M for using contaminated soil as backfill

Macomb Daily 05 Jun 2024
Earlier this year, the two pleaded no contest to false pretenses, between $1,000-$20,000, a felony, allegedly for conducting a scheme to fraudulently bill the federal Troubled Asset Relief Program ...
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China sees property silver lining but can’t shake Japan comparisons

Asahi News 04 Jun 2024
By contrast, the United States spent an initial 5% of gross domestic product to absorb toxic assets from financial institutions through its Toxic Asset Relief Program.
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A dip in new housing construction in China fuels hope

The News International 04 Jun 2024
By contrast, the United States spent an initial 5.0 per cent of gross domestic product to absorb toxic assets from financial institutions through its Toxic Asset Relief Program.
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China sees property silver lining but can't shake Japan comparisons

Hong Kong Standard 04 Jun 2024
By contrast, the United States spent an initial 5% of gross domestic product to absorb toxic assets from financial  institutions through its Toxic Asset Relief Program.
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