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Sen. Warren Recognizes SIGTARP for Aggressive Leadership


–In a recent NY Times Op Ed, Senator Elizabeth Warren discussed rebuilding financial institutions, as well as accountability required to protect consumers and manage federal enforcement.


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The Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP) was created by Congress to protect taxpayers who funded the bailout known as the $475 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP).

A watchdog for American taxpayers, SIGTARP is a law enforcement agency with the authority to search, seize, and arrest. SIGTARP has a responsibility  to conduct oversight over everything and everyone related to TARP.

SIGTARP conducts audits and makes recommendations to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of TARP programs, and to prevent fraud, abuse, and waste.​

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