U.S. Treasury Announces the Public-Private Investment Program's What You Need to Know
March 2009 – Advisories
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On March 23, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner unveiled details of the Public-Private Investment Program (“PPIP”), the long-awaited plan to revive the U.S. financial system by removing toxic assets from the balance sheets of the nation’s banks.
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