On January 30th, the Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program released its most recent quarterly report to Congress. SIGTARP's Investigations Division has 77 ongoing criminal and civil investigations. These investigations include suspected TARP fraud, accounting fraud, securities fraud, insider trading, bank fraud, mortgage fraud, mortgage servicer misconduct, fraudulent advance-fee schemes, public corruption, false statements, obstruction of justice, money laundering, and tax-related investigations. The report also advised of new audits, including a review of the process that Treasury followed to select fund managers to raise private capital for the Public-Private Investment Program, and the Federal Reserve's valuation determinations used to issue loans under TALF.