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Radlax: Credit Bidding Is Cleared For Takeoff By The U.S. Supreme Court
The U.S. Supreme Court in RadLAX Gateway Hotel, LLC v. Amalgamated Bank, ___ S. Ct. ___, 2012 WL 1912197 (May 29, 2012), held that a debtor may not confirm a chapter 11 "cramdown" plan that provides for the sale of collateral free and clear of existing liens but does not permit a secured creditor to credit-bid at the sale.
United States
27 Jun 2012
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Credit Bidding And The Supreme Court: What Happens Next?
On December 12, 2011, the Supreme Court granted a petition for certiorari in a case raising the question of whether a debtor's chapter 11 plan is confirmable when it proposes an auction sale of a secured creditor's assets free and clear of liens without permitting that creditor to "credit bid" its claims but instead provides the creditor with the "indubitable equivalent" of its secured claim. RadLAX Gateway Hotel, LLC v. Amalgamated Bank, No. 11-166 (cert. granted Dec. 12, 2011).
United States
15 Mar 2012
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The Supervisory Capital Assessment Program: Stress Test For U.S. Banking Organizations
On February 10, 2009, the Treasury Department outlined its new Financial Stability Plan ("FSP").
United States
19 Mar 2009
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The Financial Stability Planīs Capital Assistance Program And An Update Of The TARP Capital Purchase Program
The Treasury announced on February 25, 2009, details of its Capital Assistance Program (the "CAP") under the Treasury's new Financial Stability Plan ("FSP").
United States
19 Mar 2009
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The TARP Capital Purchase Program Expands To Include Subchapter S U.S. Financial Institutions
The Treasury has published its TARP Capital Purchase Program ("CPP") Term Sheet ("Sub S Term Sheet") for U.S. banks, S&Ls, and financial, S&L, and bank holding companies ("QFIs") that have valid elections to be taxed under Subchapter S ("Sub S") of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (the "Internal Revenue Code").
United States
29 Jan 2009
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Bank Failures In 2008 And A Look Ahead To 2009
During 2008, 25 banks with $373.6 billion in total assets failed in the United States, and several others were strongly encouraged by the regulators to merge with other banks.
United States
28 Jan 2009
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The FDIC Temporary Liquidity Guarantee Program: FDIC Final Rule Makes Program More Useful But Requires Quick Decisions
The FDIC announced its Temporary Liquidity Guarantee Program (the "TLG") on October 14, 2008.
United States
8 Dec 2008
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TARP Capital Purchase Program Extended To Qualifying Nonpublic Financial Institutions
The Treasury announced, late on November 17, its new TARP Capital Purchase Program ("CPP") for qualifying financial institutions that are not publicly traded" (the "Private Company CPP").
United States
25 Nov 2008
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The FDIC Temporary Liquidity Guarantee Program: Opportunities To Enhance Liquidity And Funding
The FDIC and the Secretary of the Treasury, after consultation with the President, have determined that systemic risk exists in the financial system, and on October 14, the FDIC announced (the "Announcement") a "Temporary Liquidity Guarantee Program" (the "TLG"), and the Treasury announced its TARP Capital Purchase Program ("CPP").
United States
3 Nov 2008
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Update On The TARP Capital Purchase Program: Action Due By November 14, 2008
The Treasury Department's TARP Capital Purchase Program ("CPP") provides for the Treasury's purchase of up to $250 billion of senior preferred shares in U.S. depository institutions and their U.S. holding companies.
United States
31 Oct 2008
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Federal Reserve Board Releases Interim Final Rule: Capital Treatment Of TARP Preferred Stock
Late in the afternoon of October 16, 2008, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (the "Federal Reserve") released an interim final rule (the "Rule") effective October 17, which clarifies the capital treatment for bank holding companies ("BHCs") of the senior, cumulative preferred stock ("Preferred Stock") to be issued to the U.S. Treasury (the "Treasury") pursuant to the Treasury's TARP Capital Purchase Program (the "Program").
United States
29 Oct 2008
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The TARP Capital Purchase Program: Capital For U.S. Financial Institutions
The Treasury Department, following similar actions outside the United States, announced on October 14 a direct investment program (the "Treasury Program") in U.S. banks, S&Ls, and financial, S&L, and bank holding companies ("Eligible Entities" or "QFIs").
United States
20 Oct 2008
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