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October 05, 2004

AIG challenges warning from SEC

The warning follows disclosures in the past two weeks that the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Justice Department are investigating transactions that a unit of AIG arranged for a bank, PNC Financial Services Group, three years ago. PNC agreed last year to pay $115 million to settle allegations that it used the transactions to inflate earnings for 2001.

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Posted by Tom Troceen