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September 12, 2003

Big Fine for Helping Customer Cover Up Business Losses

Insurance giant American International Group was hit with a $10 million fine for doing a deal with one of its customers that was supposed to look like insurance for the customer but in fact was designed to reduce the financial loss reported by the customer. Compounding AIG's problem was that the SEC was reportedly infuriated by AIG's withholding of documents. See the New York Times article (free subscription required).

September 12, 2003 in Embarrassments / Bad Career Moves, Sales, Securities law, SEC regs / actions | Permalink


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