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  1. Pacific City Financial Corp. Still Has A Lot Of Work To Do

    Headlines

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014

    this review of Pacific City Financial Corp. (OTCQB: PFCF ) started with a search for a regional bank that was still holding TARP Preferred shares. We are now entering the time where the interest paid on these securities has reset to 9%, which only adds

  2. New Morningstar Analyst Report for Zions Bancorp

    Stock Reports

    Thu, 24 Jul 2014

    conservative underwriting policies would have helped mitigate the losses. We give some credit to management for not rushing to repay TARP as soon as possible--a move that would have likely entailed much more dilution--but rather waiting and organically creating

  3. New Morningstar Analyst Report for Comerica Inc

    Stock Reports

    Tue, 15 Jul 2014

    in Michigan. Credit losses were high and the bank accepted TARP funds in 2008 to stabilize the balance sheet. Management made the decision to raise equity in 2009 to pay back the TARP funds, which reduced doubt around whether the bank still had sufficient access

  4. New Morningstar Analyst Report for Ameriprise Financial Inc

    Stock Reports

    Thu, 3 Jul 2014

    2008-09 financial crisis. Because of its strong capital position, Ameriprise was able to turn down Troubled Asset Relief Program money. Cracchiolo was also the force behind Ameriprise's $1.2 billion acquisition of Columbia Management

  5. Popular completes repayment of TARP funds

    Headlines

    Thu, 3 Jul 2014

    BPOP CEO Richard Carrion after repurchasing $935M of trust capital securities issued to the Treasury in 2008 in exchange for TARP bailout funds. The bank also offers to repurchase the warrant issued to Treasury, representing the right to purchase 2.093M

  6. Popular raises $450M in det to repay TARP funds

    Headlines

    Fri, 27 Jun 2014

    50M will be for additional liquidity for the holding company. Popular's ( BPOP +0.4% ) nice run continues, with the stock ahead nearly 17% YTD. Press release Previously: Popular green-lighted to repay TARP funds Post your comment!

  7. Barofsky tapped to oversee Credit Suisse

    Headlines

    Wed, 25 Jun 2014

    3% ) agreed to two years of oversight by the New York Department of Financial Services, and that agency has picked former TARP inspector general Neil Barofsky for the job. A frequent critic of prosecutors for being too lenient on Wall Street post-crisis

  8. Popular's Credit Is Getting Better Faster Than Its Market's

    Headlines

    Thu, 19 Jun 2014

    banking sector, even if the company's elevated bad debt, outstanding TARP balance, and dependence upon the weak PR economy made it a higher ..... and build up capital to repay the over $900 million in outstanding TARP funds. Complete Story »

  9. Turkey Is the Big Winner Following the Crisis in Ukraine

    Headlines

    Thu, 19 Jun 2014

    you can actually start seeing real growth. The European Central Bank (ECB) has been very supportive. The ECB announced a TARP -like program where you can get long-term funding—essentially a four-year repo currently at 25 basis points. That’s going

  10. Popular green-lighted to repay TARP funds

    Headlines

    Thu, 19 Jun 2014

    The catalyst many Popular ( BPOP ) bulls have been waiting for, the bank announces regulatory approval to repay $935M in TARP bailout money it received. Popular expects to fund the repayment with cash on hand and about a $400M debt issue. The bank

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