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Bailout Money to AIG - Funneled to Foreign and Domestic Banks - 50 Billion - Confidential Doc.! WSJ

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posted on Mar, 7 2009 @ 06:39 AM
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Bailout Money AIG received WAS Given to Foreign Banks - $50 Billion - Confidential Document Shows! From Sept to Dec 08 - Fed NOT Commenting -

link to source: online.wsj.com...


The beneficiaries of the government's bailout of American International Group Inc. include at least two dozen U.S. and foreign financial institutions that have been paid roughly $50 billion since the Federal Reserve first extended aid to the insurance giant.

Among those institutions are Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Germany's Deutsche Bank AG, each of which received roughly $6 billion in payments between mid-September and December 2008, according to a confidential document and people familiar with the matter.

Other banks that received large payouts from AIG late last year include Merrill Lynch, now part of Bank of America Corp., and French bank Société Générale SA.

More than a dozen firms with smaller exposures to AIG also received payouts, including Morgan Stanley, Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC and HSBC Holdings PLC, according to the confidential document


I have said MANY times - AIG is the CENTER of ALL Fraud - the FED will give the company as much money as needed - from our pockets, because if AIG fails - secrets would be released - they can NOT let that happen!

Lots of that Bailout Money they have received, has actually gone to Banks - a confidential document shows! Fed won't talk............


This past week, legislators demanded that the Federal Reserve disclose names of financial firms that have received money from AIG, which Fed officials have described as too systemically important in the financial system to be allowed to fail.

In a Senate Banking Committee hearing in Washington on Thursday, Fed Vice Chairman Donald Kohn declined to identify AIG's trading partners. He said doing so would make people wary of doing business with AIG.

The Fed rescued AIG in September with an $85 billion credit line when investment losses and collateral demands from banks threatened to send the firm into bankruptcy court. A bankruptcy filing would have caused losses and problems for financial institutions and policyholders globally that were relying on AIG to insure them against losses.

Since September, the government has had to extend more aid to AIG as its woes have deepened; the rescue package now has swelled to more than $173 billion.


Many "top" people are involved with AIG - they will never allow it to fail! But at some point - due to AIG being the "center" of all the bank failures...... the house of cards will fall! WHEN?

There is only so long, they can keep a veil of secrecy going..............

Truth finds it way through the cracks and crevices............... to see the light of day.




posted on Mar, 15 2009 @ 08:04 PM
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More details today,

AIG Names Recipients...


(CNN) -- Troubled insurance giant AIG, already under fire for intending to pay out $165 million in bonuses and compensation, succumbed Sunday to congressional pressure, identifying banks that received chunks of the company's billions in federal bailout funds last year.

AIG, a recipient of at least $170 billion in federal bailout money , got an $85 billion loan from the Federal Reserve. The list released Sunday of "counterparties" that benefited from the bailout is topped by European banks Societe Generale and Deutsche Bank, which received $4.1 billion and $2.6 billion, respectively.

Wall Street firms Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch round out the top four, receiving $2.5 billion and $1.8 billion, respectively.

Below are the top 10 largest payouts, according to a report released Sunday by AIG.

Societe Generale: $4.1 billion
Deutsche Bank: $2.6 billion
Goldman Sachs: $2.5 billion
Merrill Lynch: $1.8 billion
Calyon: $1.1 billion
Barclays: $0.9 billion
UBS: $0.8 billion
DZ Bank: $0.7 billion
Wachovia: $0.7 billion
Rabobank: $0.5 billion

Wall Street firms Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch round out the top four, receiving $2.5 billion and $1.8 billion, respectively.


CNN



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