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AIG Lied During Government Bailout, Former Executive Says

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DAN MCCUE 
Courthouse News
May 18, 2014

American International Group defrauded the United States by failing to disclose that it was selling insurance without a license during negotiations over the bailout it received during the global financial crisis, a former executive claims in a federal lawsuit.

Alex Grabcheski, the former worldwide director of human resources at an AIG subsidiary, originally filed his lawsuit under seal in May 2010.

On Tuesday, May 13, U.S. District Judge George B. Daniels unsealed the case, granting Grabcheski leave to file an amended complaint, after the United States declined to join the action.

Grabcheski claims the insurance giant defrauded the United States in 2009 by failing to disclose the unlicensed status of two of its life insurance units when it negotiated a $25 billion reduction it owed the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as part of the bailout.

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