Capital Assistance Program

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The Capital Assistance Program lends funds to banks to keep them afloat. No funds were disbursed and the Treasury announced it was closing the program in November 2009.

Wall Street Bailout Accounting
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CAPITAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Balance Sheet
Disbursed*: $0
Current outstanding: $0
Public Funds
Maximum at-risk: $0
Current at-risk: $0

* See the methodology and glossary for definitions of "disbursed," etc.

Funding agency and aid type

The funding agency was the Treasury Department.

The funds were a loan.

Who benefits

Banks.

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