AIG Eyes Action Over CDOs

American International Group said its legal staff is examining the collateralized loan obligations it held before the federal government bailed out the insurer to determine if any of the transactions may have wrongfully harmed it, according to Robert Benmosche, AIG’s ceo.

  • 13 May 2010
American International Group said its legal staff is examining the collateralized loan obligations it held before the federal government bailed out the insurer to determine if any of the transactions may have wrongfully harmed it, according to Robert Benmosche, AIG’s ceo. Benmosche said the insurer would take “appropriate ...

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