SIGTARP: Taxpayers still exposed as AIG shrinks CDS portfolio

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Goldman Sachs: Reasonable Doubt. Prologue: Goldman Sachs denied it had material exposure to AIG in September of 2008. Congressional investigations later confirmed that Goldman was a major beneficiary of the AIG bailout and otherwise would have had significant losses.

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Dartmouth - The Financial Meltdown: Causes, Consequences, and Options AIG still has $30.4 billion from the original $67.8 billion TARP investment outstanding as of July, which is on track to actually earn a return, SIGTARP said in a special report (.pdf) Wednesday.. "For more than two years, AIG has had no consolidated banking regulator of its non-insurance financial business," SIGTARP said in its report.

 · Of course, what really happened was that all these losses were not shifted to AIG, but were shifted to taxpayers and the American public. AIG and the other market participants enriched themselves, their shareholders and executives at the expense of the American people, who were forced to cover their losses with a $182 billion bailout.

FHFA: Completes fifth consecutive unmodified audit For the fifth consecutive year, FHFA received an unmodified, or "clean," audit opinion on its financial statements from the U.S. Government Accountability Office. Key developments detailed in the PAR: Provided results and conclusions of 2012 examinations of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the FHLBs in FHFA’s annual Report to Congress.

Mortgage banking team hensarling aide brian johnson deputy mortgage giants fannie Government control. calabria Trump mulls taking Fannie, Freddie private, seeks Wall Street input. and Urban Development to develop a plan to end Fannie and Freddie’s direct government control, known as conservatorship. SIGTARP: Taxpayers still exposed as AIG [.]

SIGTARP: Taxpayers still exposed as AIG shrinks CDS portfolio At this point in September 2008, the US government rescued AIG, pouring in $173 billion of tax payers’ money. Even so, there remained a $1.6 trillion in potential liabilities that could be triggered by thousands of the credit default swap contracts, many of which would not expire.

Taxpayers are still owed more than half their original investment in American International Group [stock AIG][/stock] even as its non-insurance business operates without a consolidated banking.

Short Sales Cost Lenders $310m More Than Necessary, CoreLogic Study Finds CoreLogic says the number of short sales. that lenders’ are seeing considerable improvement in the quality of loans and becoming more confident that fewer borrowers will default. First-quarter loan.