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April 12, 2005

The Former Chief of AIG Is Silent Before Regulators

aigstockchart.gifMaurice R. Greenberg, the former chief executive of the insurance giant American International Group, arrived at the New York attorney general's office in Lower Manhattan yesterday morning for a meeting with prosecutors and regulators that had forced his departure from the company last month.

He left the offices of the attorney general about an hour after he arrived, having invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination "dozens of times" in response to questions about his company's insurance operations, according to people briefed on the meeting.

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Posted by Tom Troceen