Damon Silvers

Deputy Chair, TARP Congressional Oversight Panel

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Deputy Chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel for the Troubled Asset Relief Program, TARP

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The Troubled Asset Relief Program, or  TARP , officially ended last Sunday.

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The  Troubled Asset Relief Program  was rolled out two years ago in the midst of a worldwide financial panic by George Bush's Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson.  Introduced as a $700…

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