This story appeared in Bank Digest.
The Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program has reported that its investigations have led to 102 bankers being charged by the Justice Department, state and local prosecutors, and the Securities and Exchange Commission for their conduct leading up to and during the financial crisis. Of these bankers, 80 have been criminally charged and 58 have been convicted, including 35 already sentenced to prison. An additional 22 bankers have been civilly charged with fraud.
Special Inspector General Christy Goldsmith Romero said, "SIGTARP's unrelenting pursuit of justice has already resulted in charges against more than 100 bankers, and we expect more bankers to be indicted."