The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is seeking documents relating to the activities of the American International Group Inc. financial products subsidiary.
Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., chairman of the panel, has sent AIG Chairman Edward Liddy a letter asking for 2 years of records dealing with AIG Financial Corp., London.
The letter follows up on matters discussed during the AIG hearing the committee held Oct. 7.
Waxman has asked for information about:
- 2008 AIG agent and broker events.
- Bonuses paid to AIG executives since the company arranged for $85 billion in emergency financing from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Sept. 17.
- Other recent AIG expenditures.
- The weekly conference calls top-level AIG managers held with the managers of AIG Financial Products.