AIG trustees hold significant power, keep low profile

04/20/2009 | NYTimes.com

Three trustees of American International Group hold significant power over the company's future and the government rescue funds used to keep the insurance giant aloft. But so far, the trustees have had little public profile, raising concerns from critics of the government's investment in the firm. "If you own 77.9% of the shares, you're an owner and you should act like an owner," said Espen Eckbo, director of the Lindenauer Center for Corporate Governance at Dartmouth College.

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