Executives from American International Group and Goldman Sachs defended their roles before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, as expected. But the FCIC released 500 pages of documents that show how Goldman nearly drove AIG to collapse in September 2008 through its repeated demands for cash. "We did not call for collateral because we anticipated the eventual scale of AIG's problems," said Goldman President Gary D. Cohn. "We simply stuck to our risk-management protocols."
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