July 6, 2009
Authored by: Bryan Cave
On June 23, 2009 and June 30, 2009, the Treasury announced the completion of the thirty-second and thirty-third rounds, respectively, of TARP Capital infusions. In these two rounds, which closed on June 19 and June 26, the Treasury purchased a total of approximately $3.7 billion in securities from 26 financial institutions. The Treasury has now invested in 650 institutions, totaling approximately $203.2 billion.
In these two rounds, Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., Hartford, Connecticut, received the largest infusion, $3.4 billion. Gold Canyon Bank, Gold Canyon, Arizona, received the smallest infusion, $1.6 million.
Of note during the last two weeks of June, 2009, eleven institutions re-paid approximately $68.3 billion. The largest re-payments came from JPMorgan & Chase ($25 billion), The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. ($10 billion), and Morgan Stanley ($10 billion). As of June 30, 2009, the total amount re-paid under the TARP Capital Purchase Program is approximately $70.1 billion, and Treasury’s outstanding investment equals approximately $133.1 billion.
Also of note, the Treasury provided the warrant disposition information for a number of institutions that had previously re-paid the Treasury (please click here for our discussion of the disposition process). The Treasury disposed of the additional investment of thirteen institutions (10 public (via warrants) and 3 private (via preferred stock)). The proceeds from these dispositions totaled approximately $19.4 million.
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Click here to view our updated list of TARP Capital recipients ordered by state and a description of our methodology in compiling the list.
Going forward, we will provide monthly updates of the TARP Map and the list of TARP Capital recipients ordered by state.