Capital Assistance Program

Capital Assistance Program

In the United States, a program dedicated to the purchase of convertible preferred stock of banks in the United States. The stock pays a 9% dividend and converts to common stock after seven years unless the bank repurchases it. The program is intended to spur lending in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis by shoring up at-risk banks. It was established in February 2009.
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Funding of $4,426,845 was provided for these projects through Transport Canadas Airports Capital Assistance Program.
Estrada initiated the capital assistance program to help poor residents to put up their own ventures.
Aspiring entrepreneurs may receive P5,000 up to P15,000 from the local government's Capital Assistance Program (CAP).
As for other developments, Estrada announced that his constituents can now avail themselves of the capital assistance program and short-term job training courses of the Manila City Hall for them to start small enterprises.
The Earlton airport is not eligible to receive federal Airports Capital Assistance Program (ACAP) funds since it hasn't had scheduled passenger service since 2003, leaving major infrastructure upgrades on the back burner.
A Capital Assistance Program grant will fund 75 percent of the facility.
The Lloydminster Municipal Airport, through the government's Airports Capital Assistance Program, is receiving CDN 226,510 for the replacement of a towed runway sweeper and CDN 311,896 for the replacement of a front-end loader and a loader-mounted snow blower.
Funded through the Airports Capital Assistance Program (ACAP), the federal investment of CAD179,600 is expected to be used to replace 25 concrete apron panels, which make up the surface that airplanes park on at the terminal building.
(26) One such program under TARP was the Capital Purchase Program (CPP) where the Treasury provided $205 billion in capital to financial institutions in exchange for senior preferred shares and warrants for common stocky In addition to the CPP, the Treasury implemented the Supervisory Capital Assessment Program (SCAP) (28) and the Capital Assistance Program (CAP).
Alongside the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (the stimulus bill), the Financial Stability Plan lays the foundations for economic recovery through efforts to improve affordability for responsible homeowners, the Consumer and Business Lending Initiative to unlock frozen credit markets, a Capital Assistance Program, and the Public-Private Investment Program.
* A new Capital Assistance Program to help ensure that our banking institutions have sufficient capital to withstand the challenges ahead....
The plan, called Capital Assistance Program, or CAP, may allow lenders to tap taxpayer funds to bolster their balance sheets.

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