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Ex-CEO Greenberg: Don't blame me for AIG failure

Four and a half years after insurance giant AIG collapsed, leading to the biggest bailout of the financial crisis, former CEO Hank Greenberg has one message: Don't blame me....


AIG will not sue US government


Insurer AIG says it will not join a $25bn (£16bn) lawsuit against the US government, which alleges that the terms of its rescue deal were unfair.


DealBook: Rescued by a Bailout, A.I.G. May Sue Its Savior

A lawsuit claims that the rescue by the government deprived A.I.G.'s shareholders of tens of billions of dollars and took private property for public use without appropriate compensation.


DealBook: U.S. to Sell Last Holdings of A.I.G. Common Stock

The Treasury Department plans to sell its remaining holdings of common stock in the American International Group, essentially ending taxpayers' four-year ownership of the bailed-out insurer.


U.S. expects to earn $15.1 billion from bailing out AIG: Treasury


The U.S. Treasury further reduced its stake in American International Group and said on Tuesday that the United States would now profit $15.1 billion from bailing out the insurer.


Treasury to Sell $4.5 Billion in AIG Stock

The U.S. Treasury Department launched its fourth sale of shares in American International Group, with the insurer committing to repurchase two-thirds of the $4.5 billion in shares being offered to the public.


JPMorgan’s debacle, and its parallels to AIG

JP Morgan Chase

Last week, the once-future Treasury secretary and current JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon revealed a $2 billion loss. This previously undisclosed derivative trade should be a wake-up call for those claiming that finance has been “reined in” and no longer presents a threat to the global economy.


U.S. Profit From AIG Rescue: $15.1 Billion


The U.S. may wind up posting a profit of more than $15 billion from the rescue of AIG, the Government Accountability Office said.


No Pay Raises for AIG, Ally, GM Chiefs

Chief executives of AIG, GM and Ally Financial, three companies bailed out by U.S. taxpayers and which remain partly owned by the U.S. Treasury, won't receive overall pay increases this year.


AIG selling billion of AIA shares, to repay bail-out

AIA Group

American International Group (AIG) is selling part of its stake in AIA Group to raise about $6 billion to help the U.S. insurer repay a huge federal government bail-out.


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