Supplement | HBS Case Collection | January 2010 (Revised March 2010)

The Congressional Oversight Panel's Valuation of the TARP Warrants (B)

by Carliss Y. Baldwin

Abstract

The Congressional Oversight Panel wants to value the warrants issued to the government in connection with the TARP investments of 2008, in order to increase the transparency of options repurchases. The case describes the methodology used to value the warrants. This case follows "The Congressional Oversight Panel's Valuation of the TARP Warrants (A)"; it describes the findings of the panel's TARP Warrants Report and public and congressional reactions.

Keywords: Financial Crisis; Investment; Public Opinion; Valuation; Banking Industry; Public Administration Industry; United States;

Citation:

Baldwin, Carliss Y. "The Congressional Oversight Panel's Valuation of the TARP Warrants (B)." Harvard Business School Supplement 210-036, January 2010. (Revised March 2010.)