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New York Times Profiles SIGTARP’s Effort to Root out Bank Fraud

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In Investigation of Non-Bank Mortgage Servicers Role in Housing Market, New York Times Uses SIGTARP Research on Wrongful Terminations

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The Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP) is a federal law enforcement agency that targets financial institution crime and is an independent watchdog protecting taxpayer dollars.

SIGTARP's cross-cutting authority enables us to investigate and conduct oversight over all organizations and individuals involved in TARP programs.  Our analytical, experienced-based approach identifies hidden complex crime and we work with the U.S. Department of Justice to hold accountable individuals and institutions that break the law.  SIGTARP's oversight prevents fraud and drives improvements in ongoing TARP programs.

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