14 September 2009
Published by Practising Law Institute
The Federal Financial Markets Rescue provides you with complete yet concise coverage of the government’s sweeping legislative and regulatory efforts to address and ameliorate the 2008-09 financial crisis.
Essential reading for every professional affected by the 2008 Emergency Economic Stabilization Act and related rescue efforts, The Federal Financial Markets Rescue explains how the EESA and a host of initiatives, including the Troubled Asset Relief Program, attempt to stabilize financial markets and institutions, minimize costs to the government and taxpayers, and assist beleaguered homeowners.
You’ll get the essential story about TARP; the use of contractors and other service providers to implement TARP; restrictions on executive compensation; oversight mechanisms designed to monitor the bailout; EESA provisions focusing on foreclosure mitigation efforts; federal programs geared to stabilizing the banking system and providing liquidity to ailing credit markets; and the federal tax implications of rescue programs on financial institutions, including the impact of the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Updated annually or as needed, The Federal Financial Markets Rescue: The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 and Other Government Actions is an important resource for attorneys, accountants, investment advisers, and executives in financial institutions.
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