bailout funds

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  • Key institutions receiving additional bailout funds channeled through AIG included a "who's who" of major global institutions.
  • The plan is funded mostly from the EESA's $700 billion financial bailout fund.
  • Major U.S. banks had capital ratios of around 12% in December 2008 after the initial round of bailout funds.
  • The permanent bailout fund entered into force for 16 signatories on 27 September 2012.
  • Gauweiler is considered a Euro-sceptic and made a name with partly successful constitutional complaints against the euro bailout fund and the Lisbon Treaty.
  • The treasury staff member responsible for administering the bailout funds was Neel Kashkari, a former vice-president at Goldman Sachs.
  • However, he has voted against some large spending bills, including opposing the release of $350 billion in bank bailout funds and a $154 billion spending bill because of concerns these would add to the federal deficit.
  • Papandreou also hoped that a new government would be formed by 7 November, before eurozone finance ministers meet in Brussels to discuss the next scheduled bailout fund for Greece.
  • As of March 2009, bondholders at financial institutions that received government bailout funds have not been forced to take a "haircut" or reduction in the principal amount and interest payments on their bonds.
  • Members of the U.S. Congress demanded that AIG indicate to whom it is distributing taxpayer bailout funds and to what extent these trading partners are sharing in losses.
  • In 2012, Gauweiler filed a complaint against the ESM and included opposition to a banking license for the bailout fund.
  • The new government did, however, request that the Troika extend from 2015 to 2017 the deadline for the Greek government to be self-financed and no longer need to receive additional bailout funds.
  • The Eurozone has established the European Stability Mechanism and the European Financial Stability Facility bailout funds in order to meet the challenges of the European debt crisis.
  • The unilateral decision by the European Union in March 2013 imposing a levy on Cypriot bank accounts to finance its bailout fund was angrily received by representatives of the Russian State.
  • A key aspect of the AIG scandal is that over $100 billion in taxpayer funds have been channeled through AIG to major global financial institutions (its counterparties) that have already received separate, significant bailout funds in many cases.
  • This bad bank will receive funding from the European Union via two different means: a capital injection into the FOBR from the European bailout fund and acceptance by the ECB of the bonds issued as payment for supposedly impaired assets.
  • The transfer of bailout funds were performed in tranches through multiple years, conditional of the governments at the same time implementing a package of fiscal consolidation, structural reforms, privatization of public assets and setting up funds for further bank recapitalization and resolution.
  • The transition between Bush and Barack Obama was considered seamless, with Bush granting Obama's request to ask Congress to release $350 billion of bank bailout funds.
  • In 2010, Worthington National Bank was listed on the "Move Your Money" database, a resource designed to assist consumers in transferring funds from larger banks that relied on government bailout funds into strong, local banks.
  • It created the Office of Financial Stability within the Treasury Department to administer the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), a $700-billion bailout fund for the financial industry.