Title I - Troubled Assets Relief Program
Sec. 104. FINANCIAL STABILITY OVERSIGHT BOARD.
ESTABLISHMENT.There is established the Financial Stability Oversight Board, which shall be responsible for
reviewing the exercise of authority under a program developed in accordance with this Act, including
policies implemented by the Secretary and the Office of Financial Stability created under sections 101 and 102, including the appointment of financial agents, the designation of asset classes to be purchased, and plans for the structure of vehicles used to purchase troubled assets; and
the effect of such actions in assisting American families in preserving home ownership, stabilizing financial markets, and protecting taxpayers;
making recommendations, as appropriate, to the Secretary regarding use of the authority under this Act; and
reporting any suspected fraud, misrepresentation, or malfeasance to the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Assets Relief Program or the Attorney General of the United States, consistent with section 535(b) of title 28, United States Code.
MEMBERSHIP.The Financial Stability Oversight Board shall be comprised of
the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System;
the Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency;
the Chairman of the Securities Exchange Commission; and
the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
CHAIRPERSON.The chairperson of the Financial Stability Oversight Board shall be elected by the members of the Board from among the members other than the Secretary.
MEETINGS.The Financial Stability Oversight Board shall meet 2 weeks after the first exercise of the purchase authority of the Secretary under this Act, and monthly thereafter.
ADDITIONAL AUTHORITIES.In addition to the responsibilities described in subsection (a), the Financial Stability Oversight Board shall have the authority to ensure that the policies implemented by the Secretary are
in accordance with the purposes of this Act;
in the economic interests of the United States; and
consistent with protecting taxpayers, in accordance with section 113(a).
CREDIT REVIEW COMMITTEE.The Financial Stability Oversight Board may appoint a credit review committee for the purpose of evaluating the exercise of the purchase authority provided under this Act and the assets acquired through the exercise of such authority, as the Financial Stability Oversight Board determines appropriate.
REPORTS.The Financial Stability Oversight Board shall report to the appropriate committees of Congress and the Congressional Oversight Panel established under section 125, not less frequently than quarterly, on the matters described under subsection (a)(1).
TERMINATION.The Financial Stability Oversight Board, and its authority under this section, shall terminate on the expiration of the 15-day period beginning upon the later of
the date that the last troubled asset acquired by the Secretary under section 101 has been sold or transferred out of the ownership or control of the Federal Government; or
the date of expiration of the last insurance contract issued under section 102.