April 24, 2009
Who and Where are the AIG "Trustees"?
The press has finally, finally noted that government appointed "trustees" have control of government stock positions in a variety of finanical institutions. There is now some bewildermen over who they are and what they are doing. The three trustees of 80 percent of the stock of AIG are business insiders who make 100,000 dollars a year, make no public comment, meet once a month and "stay in touch by phone", and who have done nothing, nothing to help this struggling company.
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Sounds suspiciously like ordinary members of the Board of Trustees, except that they usually have biographies and intentionally boring pictures up on the investor relations part of the web page.
Posted by: ohwilleke | Apr 28, 2009 4:07:42 PM