Yesterday, Treasury released its most recent completed transactions report for the period ending July 31, 2009. Treasury invested $10,742,000 in two financial institutions under the Capital Purchase Program (CPP). The total amount of Treasury’s investments under the CPP, net of repayments, is now $134,173,778,000. Changes under the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) included the termination of the $3.55 billion Servicer Participation Agreement (SPA) with Chase Home Finance, LLC. J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, NA and EMC Mortgage Corporation, both affiliates of Chase Home Finance, LLC, then entered into new SPAs with incentive commitments from Treasury of slightly more than $3.4 billion. Treasury’s total cap on incentive payments under the HAMP, after adjustments, is now $19,964,830,000.