In addition to these totals, the Treasury has set aside $32.5 billion more for other purposes.
A number of financial institutions have announced their applications for TARP money, but havenât yet received approval. Weâve left them off this list until theyâre approved.
Also, it takes some time for Treasury to actually execute these transactions after preliminary approval â time taken to finalize the agreements. Thatâs why not all of the money committed for investment has actually been invested yet. Institutions that have received the money are marked in green. All of the institutions below have received preliminary approval from Treasury.
In the Background column, profiles of the financial institutions (including total revenue, lobbying reports, executive compensation, etc.) come from the hardworking folks at Taxpayers for Common Sense. Where a profile isnât yet available, weâve linked to the press release.
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