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A global pandemic, an unprecedented flow of government money, and a weakening of lending controls could create a perfect storm of opportunity for fraudsters.
Unprecedented in scope, Congress’ $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package significantly dwarfs relief packages passed during the 2008 financial crisis while also reflecting some lessons learned.
Amid demands for Wall Street prosecutions, a proposal by the special inspector general for the Troubled Asset Relief Program would force top bank executives to certify that their institutions are free of criminal conduct and civil fraud. Joe Mont has more.