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Effect of Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) on Bank Risk-Taking
Lamont Black (au); Lieu Hazelwood (au)
One of the largest responses of the U.S. goväó»t. to the recent financial crisis was the TARP. TARP was originally intended to stabilize the financial sector through the increased capitalization of banks. However, recipients of TARP funds were then encouraged to make additional loans despite increased borrower risk. The authors consider the effect of the TARP capital injections on bank risk-taking by analyzing the risk ratings of banksäó» commercial loan originations during the crisis. Relative to non-TARP banks, the risk of loan originations increased at large TARP banks but decreased at small TARP banks. Interest spreads and loan levels also moved in different directions for large and small banks. Illus. This is a print on demand report.
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